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Walk aims to end Alzheimer’s

October 7, 2014 Purple was the dominant color of the day as about 300 people gathered Saturday at Tiffin University’s Heminger Center for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. more »»

Pumpkin-painting contest returns to support Mercy Tiffin group

October 7, 2014 For the ninth year, John and Diane Riehm from Riehm Farms are sponsoring a pumpkin-painting contest for fourth-grade students. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, Oct. 7

October 7, 2014 Look out for ‘Hugs’ The PatchWorks House scavenger hunt continues this week at area businesses and agencies. Look for pink hands in the windows and go inside to look for the plastic “Hug” characte. more »»

Quilter, photographer featured at Tiffin museum

October 7, 2014 The American Civil War Museum of Ohio has invited Gayleigh Mehling to demonstrate and speak on quilting and various forms of needlework at 1 p.m. Saturda. more »»

Alzheimer’s walk Saturday

September 30, 2014 The Tiffin Walk to End Alzheimer’s and the Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter are inviting Tiffin area residents to unite in a movement to reclaim the future for millions. more »»

Peace activist Chappell plans St. Francis presentation

September 30, 2014 Paul Chappell was in his senior year at West Point when one of his professors, an Army major, questioned students about the U.S. military budget. more »»

Oboe instructor to give recital at Heidelberg

September 30, 2014 Heidelberg University oboe instructor Melissa Bosma is to perform a faculty recital at 7 p.m. Saturday in Brenneman Music Hall on campus. She is to be accompanied on the piano by Matthew Thompson. more »»


September 30, 2014 Twenty people registered for Mercy Tiffin Cancer Center’s Day of Renewal Saturday for cancer patients and caregiver. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, Sept. 30

September 30, 2014 Cookoff winners announced Tiffin Developmental Center has announced the winners of Friday’s chili cook-off. more »»

The need for speed

September 23, 2014 FOSTORIA — Saturday’s Fostoria Rail Festival is to have a new feature for 2014. more »»

Briefly, Sept. 23

September 23, 2014 Top ‘waddlers’ announced During the annual Community Hospice Care Duck Waddle Sunday, the winner was Catherine Demith of Tiffin. more »»

Festival royalty crowned

September 16, 2014 Sunday afternoon, 10 contestants in five categories competed to serve as royalty for the 2014 Heritage Festival. About 90 people crowded into Chisholm Auditorium at Tiffin University for the pagean. more »»

Roundtable series slated

September 16, 2014 FREMONT — Ohio still was considered the “frontier” during the Civil Wa. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, Sept. 16

September 16, 2014 Pottery classes to begin Sister Jane Omlor is offering a 10-week instructional course for adults in pottery, using hand building and wheel techniques. The first class is 6:30-8:30 p.m. more »»

Serving line

September 15, 2014 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 »»

Heidelberg icon marks milestone

September 9, 2014 In 1985, Ferris Ohl retired after 30 years of employment in the Heidelberg University music department. He was head of the department for 20 of those years. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, Sept. 9

September 9, 2014 Tractor show returning FOSTORIA — The Ray Valentine Tractor Show is set for 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at Good Shepherd Home, 725 Columbus Ave., Fostoria. more »»

Heidelberg to host free 9/11 concert

September 8, 2014 In remembrance of Sept. 11, 2001, The Ruckers will perform a free concert of freedom songs at 7 p.m. Thursday in Herbster Chapel of Pfleiderer Center at Heidelberg University. more »»

Finally happy returns

September 7, 2014 When Sherwood Anderson’s book “Winesburg, Ohio” was published in 1919, many Clyde residents weren’t happy when they recognized their town as the setting and individual residents as the basis for the... more »»



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