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Way leads on to way ... leads on to Seneca Habitat

March 3, 2015 Seneca Habitat for Humanity conducted its annual meeting Saturday at St. Joseph Activity Center with a potluck dinner and a presentation by its new director, Chris Lewis. more »»

A living legacy

February 27, 2015 By Vicki Johnson Staff Writer vjohnson@advertiser-tribune. more »»

Giving back, paying forward

February 24, 2015 June is months away, but plans for the 2015 Tiffin Music and Art Festival have begun. more »»

Regional artist to speak Saturday at Fostoria gallery

February 24, 2015 FOSTORIA — Wesley Memorial Gallery in Fostoria is the site of an exhibition by Bowling Green artist Emanual Enriquez. The 26 pieces include photos, paintings and a maquette sculpture, “Three Women. more »»

Thaw out at flute concert

February 24, 2015 BELLEVUE — Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Bellevue is to host a performance of the High Frequency Flute Quartet as part of its regular concert series at 4 p.m. Sunday at the church, 231 E. more »»

Walk away your winter blues

February 22, 2015 Recent below-zero temperatures have lots of people itching to get outside for some fresh air and exercise. more »»

Group lets hair down to raise autism awareness

February 18, 2015 A student organization on Heidelberg University’s campus works to raise awareness of autism with one large event per semester. This semester, the group is to host an event to donate locks of hair. more »»

Burning Snowman 2015 ‘snowballs’ into citywide event

February 18, 2015 PORT CLINTON — The Burning Snowman music festival has “snowballed” into a citywide event for 2015. The core event is set for noon-10 p.m. Feb. more »»

WSOS to support wrap-around services, provide entrepreneurial training

February 18, 2015 WSOS Board of Directors met Feb. 10, approving a proposal to provide wrap-around services to 25 eligible Sandusky County families with children and youth. more »»

Carcinoid tumors may be on the rise

February 16, 2015 Dear Dr. Roach: My father suffers from carcinoid syndrome, and I was wondering if it is hereditary. more »»

Feel free to ask dentist ‘why’?

February 16, 2015 Dear Annie: Can you tell me whether this is a scam? Dentists are now telling seniors that their old fillings need to be replaced. more »»

Road trip!

February 8, 2015 Sisters Hannah Tucker of Tiffin and Jessica Daniels of Dover fulfilled a childhood dream last summer when they visited the courthouses in all of Ohio’s 88 counties. more »»

American Girls offer glimpse into history

February 8, 2015 Tiffin-Seneca Public Library’s junior department will be hosting an American Girl Tea Party 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. more »»

Yoga, for all seasons, all reasons

February 1, 2015 Yoga is described by Sister Paulette Schroeder as “an hour in which you honor your whole bein. more »»

Taking care of business in New Riegel

December 14, 2014 In its 50th year of business, Paul’s Market in New Riegel has new owners and a new name. The new Perry Street Market officially changed hands Dec. 1. The store at 11 N. Perry St. more »»

Reporting for Duty

December 2, 2014 During his first few months as Seneca County’s new wildlife officer, Austin Dickinson said he has been completing training and getting to know people. more »»

Natural and Nutritious

November 23, 2014 Long before it was popular to eat organic foods, two area natural food cooperatives were offering the natural food choice in the Tiffin area. more »»

Having fun with preservation

November 16, 2014 Nichole Jones finds water fleas and fathead minnows exciting. Actually, it’s the part those organisms play in her life and her new Fostoria business, Bojhun Environmental Services, 111 W. South St. more »»

Local farmers using cover crops to combat erosion

September 14, 2014 Editor’s note: Harmful algal blooms and the health of Lake Erie have been in the public eye for the past month after Toledo was forced to tell its residents not to drink the water coming out of thei... more »»

Project Peace plans fall events

September 6, 2014 Founded three years ago by Sister Paulette Schroeder, Project Peace continues its mission to promote peace at personal, community, regional, national and international level. more »»

 
 
 

 

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