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The bird man of Seneca County

May 14, 2011 Tom Bartlett’s choice to attend a college in the larger city of Tiffin instead of a tinier one in Maine proved to be a turning point in his life and a benefit to his communit. more »»

Man on a mission

May 1, 2011 A local University of Findlay pharmacy student learned about Haitian culture, appreciation and education during a mission trip on his spring break. more »»

Poll work

April 24, 2011 Organizing an election is an involved process anywhere in the state, and in Seneca County it would not be possible without the help of the many men and women who spend long days working the polls. more »»

Area veterans have ‘fabulous’ Honor Flight

April 17, 2011 Red, white and blue balloons dotted the hangar at Grand Aire at Toledo Express Airport as hundreds of well-wishers gathered to welcome back 80 World War II veterans who flew to Washington, D.C. more »»

More than numbers

April 10, 2011 In 1995, a frightened novice began her financial services career selling insurance door to door. more »»

Ask anyone in the know, and they’ll tell you it takes an outstanding young man to Hold down the fort

April 4, 2011 OLD FORT — Sophomore Tyler Bowes has been holding down a local athletic department’s fort for five years. more »»

Making history come alive

March 27, 2011 Gary and Jan Dundore have been re-enactors for more than 25 years and, for the married couple, it all started with the discovery of Gary’s grandfather’s seersucker suit. more »»

Crazy for ice cream

March 19, 2011 As the weather warms up, many local dairy bars have opened for business. more »»

Peace from piecing

March 13, 2011 The home of Rosalie Adams is dotted with wall hangings, table runners, chair pads, pillows, book covers and other decorative accents that are quilted and/or appliqued in shades of purple, plum and... more »»

They’ve got a friend

February 27, 2011 By Cathy Willoughby, Correspondent His career involved working as a school photographer for Lifetouch National School Studios. more »»

Ready, aim ...

February 9, 2011 By Vicki Johnson, vjohnson@advertiser-tribune. more »»

Art show

January 5, 2011 Calvert High School art students and their teacher are trying to focus on expressing themselves through their artwor. more »»

Ice is nice for Tiffin family

December 26, 2010 Six-year-old Kate Rombach says her father, Dave, is the best dad in the world. more »»

‘If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn’t change a thing’

November 17, 2010 With Nov. 24 quickly approaching, Lt. Dave Hartsel is enjoying his last days before retiring as a police officer with the Tiffin Police Departmen. more »»

Family of Faith, a new congregation, installs pastor

October 23, 2010 By MaryAnn Kromer, Sept. 12, a new Lutheran Church, Family of Faith, opened in Tiffin Mall. The Rev. more »»

Conference seeks to clarify Israeli, Palestinian hostilities

October 9, 2010 By MaryAnn Kromer, mkromer@advertiser-tribune. more »»

Taming epilepsy

September 28, 2010 William Savage has been the youth minister at New Beginnings Church since 2007. more »»

Local car show to raise money for Epilepsy Foundation

September 28, 2010 New Beginnings Church, 733 N. Sandusky St., is having a car show 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. Advance registration can be done online at or 10 a.m.-1 p.m. more »»

Five generations

August 31, 2010 The five generations of the Harlett family pictured here are (seated) Marcelline Harlett — holding her great-great-granddaughter, month-old Sayge Lynn Bryant — and Carl Manfred Harlett, and... more »»



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