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Sample poverty

October 3, 2015 What’s it like to live in poverty? That’s a question many will have answered during a poverty simulation Friday at First Presbyterian Church. more »»

Happy Holly days

October 3, 2015 more »»

300-400 jobs in possible deal

October 2, 2015 Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz said the city is working on a project that could result in 300-400 new jobs Thursday. more »»

Finding Scooter

October 2, 2015 Tiffin Fire Rescue Division is challenging Tiffin elementary school children to a scavenger hunt. Firefighter Eric Boeser will be hiding a smoke detector that he turned into a character named Scooter. more »»

Seneca East homecoming court

October 2, 2015 The 2015 homecoming court for Seneca East includes (back row, from left) Alex Daniel, Connor Caudill, Christien Miller, Cory Depinet, Brayden Walker and Dylan Kalb; (middle row, from left) Winnie... more »»

Fostoria, Green Springs benefit from state rock salt settlement

October 2, 2015 Fostoria is to receive $8,602.65 and Green Springs will receive $500 as part of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s $11.5 million settlement with Cargill Inc. and Morton Rock Salt In. more »»

Briefly, Oct. 2

October 2, 2015 Man sentenced to 29 months in prison A Tiffin man was sentenced Thursday to nearly two and a half years in prison. Terry L. Richardson Jr. more »»

Reduced charges

October 1, 2015 A former Wyandot County probation officer pleaded guilty Tuesday to two reduced charges. Jason Barth, 43, of Columbus, initially pleaded not guilty to eight charges in October 201. more »»

Outdoor dogs top panel talk

October 1, 2015 Tiffin’s Law and Community Planning Committee is to consider a proposal from a citizen to create new regulations for tethering dogs in the city, the committee decided in its Wednesday meetin. more »»

Drug takeback a success

October 1, 2015 Ohioans disposed of more than 13 tons of unwanted prescription drugs Saturday. more »»

Car fire believed to be arson

October 1, 2015 A trooper investigating a car crash and fire said he believes the fire was a result of arson. more »»

Homework program introduced

October 1, 2015 CLYDE — Clyde-Green Springs School District Curriculum Director Joe Letterhos said the district is not going to allow any student to fail. more »»

Businesswoman receives leadership award

October 1, 2015 Jessica Williams, founder and managing partner of Bailiwicks Coffee Co. more »»

Briefly, Oct. 1

October 1, 2015 Voting registration deadline approaching The deadline to register to vote in the November general election is approaching. more »»

Reflections on pilgrimage

September 30, 2015 Around 9 p.m. Monday, buses returned to northwest Ohio carrying pilgrims from the Toledo Diocese back home. Along the way, riders shared their thoughts about the trip to see Pope Francis. more »»

County mulls museum repairs

September 30, 2015 Although Seneca County Buildings and Grounds Maintenance workers can make some repairs to the Seneca County Museum, the county will need to take bids for most of the planned repair work, county... more »»

3 teens injured in crash

September 30, 2015 Three teenagers were hurt in a three-vehicle crash on Melmore Street Tuesday morning. Lt. more »»

Barn being taken down on TR 72A burns

September 30, 2015 BETTSVILLE — Two fire departments fought a fire Tuesday morning at a barn being taken down. more »»

Fugitives sought after running

September 29, 2015 A search warrant executed on a vehicle Monday allegedly yielded $2,000 in cash, suspected heroin and other items of evidence. more »»

Young actors

September 29, 2015 Students audition for Ritz Teen Thespian Guild’s production of "Peter Pan" at the theater Monday. Auditions continue today for the show, which is to be staged Nov. 20-22. more »»



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