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Hospice leadership changing

December 31, 2013 Community Hospice Care of Tiffin is to begin 2014 with a new executive director. After 23 years with Community Hospice Care, Rebecca Shank is about to retire as directo. more »»

Outgoing director recalls efforts to keep Community Hospice current

December 31, 2013 By MaryAnn Kromer Staff Writer mkromer@advertiser-tribune.com During her tenure at Community Hospice Care, Rebecca Shank has guided the agency through many changes. more »»

Briefly, Dec. 31

December 31, 2013 Hayes holiday events ending FREMONT — Carriage rides are to be offered 1-4 p.m. today at the Hayes Presidential Center in Fremont. The cost is $3. Also, the Hayes Train Special continues 1-4 p.m. more »»

Leaving a legacy

December 29, 2013 After 24 years working with Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp., Rich Focht is retiring as CE. more »»

Merry and bright

December 24, 2013 A visit to the doctor’s office may not be a pleasant experience for some people, but the cheerful Christmas decor at Dr. John Vela’s office tends to put clients more at ease. more »»

Community dinner scheduled

December 24, 2013 Dozens of volunteers are spending their Christmas Eve preparing for the Community Christmas Day Dinner. It is set for 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday at Camden Falls Conference Center, 2460 S. SR 231. more »»

Christmas comes early

December 24, 2013 Pantry Plus conducted a special “Triple Threat” bingo game Sunday in the bingo hall at the Tiffin Mall. more »»

Miller time

December 22, 2013 The late Art and Mary Miller of Helena were married 45 years before they passed away. Now, five of their sons, all 70 and older, are following their parents’ example. more »»

Chance encounter reunites Biller, Coble families

December 17, 2013 On a hot day in late summer, two women from the Tiffin area experienced an unusual, long-awaited reunion. Their connection to one another was a man named William Biller. more »»

Toy Story

December 17, 2013 Len Gannon and his son, Aaron Gannon, got an early Christmas present last Friday during a visit from Jordan Hembrough, host of the Travel Channel television show, “Toy Hunters. more »»

Pope project

December 17, 2013 In spite of the snow, local musician Char Pope camped out at Paper and Ink Saturday to sign copies of her new piano CD, “Every Road. more »»

Briefly, Dec. 17

December 17, 2013 Fair trade shop open this week From 5-8 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, the fair trade shop at St. John’s United Church of Christ, 10 Main St., will be open. more »»

Five tons of reasons recycling is working

December 15, 2013 A milk jug and a pop can. Two items most people use on a daily basis. more »»

Author and illustrator

December 10, 2013 Artist and author Bernadine Stetzel was at Paper and Ink in Tiffin on Saturday to sign copies of her four children’s picture books. more »»

Take steps to avoid slips, falls

December 10, 2013 COLUMBUS – The Ohio Department of Aging is reminding Ohioans about steps they can take to protect themselves and others from slips, trips and falls that could lead to injury and hospitalization. more »»

County native offers two books for Kindle

December 10, 2013 Nancy Covert Uno was born in Seneca County and educated at Hopewell-Loudon School. Her father worked at Webster Manufacturing. Now a resident of Cheyenne, Wy. more »»

Rail park in Fostoria open to visitors 24/7

December 10, 2013 FOSTORIA — Last week, Fostoria Mayor Eric Keckler announced he has authorized the new rail park to be open all day, every day. more »»

The epidemic is?Heroin

December 8, 2013 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced a heroin epidemic has seized the state. more »»

Documentary relays tale of recent murder

December 3, 2013 A new DVD is being sold in the area, but it is not a heart-warming Christmas story. Actually, it concerns a real event — the brutal murder of a mentally-challenged young woman. more »»

Changes in works

December 3, 2013 The Allen Eiry Center, 28 Hopewell Ave., is getting a makeover, as evidenced by bins of debris at the Hopewell entrance. Members and guests are asked to use the Market Street door during the projec. more »»

 
 
 

 

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