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Great Lakes Ace Hardware to host 95th anniversary celebration

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Great Lakes Ace Hardware in Tiffin, 1550 W. Market St., is to celebrate Ace Hardware’s 95th anniversary Saturday with an in-store birthday celebration. Employees will be handing out cupcakes, cookies and cider and also treats from the grill as they provide demonstrations of available grills ...

Commissioners hear museum update

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Seneca County Commissioners Thursday heard a quarterly update from Seneca County Museum Personnel Director Tonia Hoffert and volunteer Mark Steinmetz. Hoffert said a new project spearheaded by Rep. Bill Reineke is under way to start an arts and history council in Seneca County, and the new ...

Firefighters assist men at top of grain silo

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BASCOM — Two men were assisted down from the top of a grain silo at Bascom Elevator & Supply Association, 6100 Poplar St., by Bascom Joint Fire District and Fostoria Fire Division firefighters Thursday afternoon. Capt. Jim Nagle of Bascom Joint Fire District said that one man had been ...

Candidates vie for City Council Fourth Ward seat

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Two candidates are vying for the Tiffin City Council Fourth Ward seat this Nov. 5. Nancy Grandillo and long-time Councilman Rich Focht are asking for voters to consider them for the position. Focht has been on city council for the past six years and is currently serving as council ...

Melmore UMC to host Community Fall Fest

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MELMORE — Melmore United Methodist Church will host the second annual Community Fall Fest in their parking lot, 6817 SR 67, Saturday from 2-5 p.m. Pastors Amy Vittorio and Charlene Thomas will be singing at the event, and there will be crafts and games for kids, Vittorio said. Hot dogs ...

Daily Log, Oct. 18

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Tiffin reports • Alexis C. Young, 19, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Wednesday. • A woman in the 300 block of South Monroe Street reported Wednesday afternoon her bike was stolen Tuesday night. • A 200-block East Davis Street man reported three men attempted to break into his ...

Community Calendar, Oct. 18

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Events & Activities Today Blood Drive, 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Zion Lutheran Church, 500 S. Brentwood, Gibsonburg. Call American Red Cross, (800) REDCROSS, (800) 733-2767. Playtime at the Library, 10 a.m.-noon, Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St., Frost Kalnow Room. For ages 18 ...

Candidates Night

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Members of Boy Scout Troop 444 post flags at the beginning of Candidates Night at Tiffin Middle School Wednesday evening. To view more photos from this event, visit cu.advertiser- tribune.com.

Daily Log, Oct. 17

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Tiffin reports • Chadd R. Gibson, 27, of Tiffin, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension and a registration violation Tuesday. • Zachery E. Exalus, 21, of Fairfield, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Tuesday. • A 100-block Main Street ...

Community Calendar, Oct. 17

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Events & Activities Today Third Thursdays Event - Halloween, Downtown Tiffin. Hearing Screenings, 8 a.m.-noon, Wyandot Memorial Hospital, 885 N. Sandusky Ave., Upper Sandusky. Free. Friends of the Library Book Sale, 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Birchard Public Library, 423 Croghan St., Fremont. ...

Judge denies request for diversion in companion animal case

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A judge denied a request for diversion Wednesday for a Tiffin man who had 17 dogs confiscated from his residence. Orville N. Alabaugh, 72, was charged with depriving a companion animal of necessary sustenance or confining the companion animal without supplying it during the confinement with ...

Age is 21 to buy nicotine products starting today

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Ohio’s new “Tobacco 21” law takes effect today, raising the age from 18 to 21 to purchase cigarettes and other tobacco products as well as alternative nicotine products such as e-cigarettes and vaping materials. The law also makes it illegal to give such products to other people younger ...

City council candidates answer questions

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Four question-and-answer forums took place Wednesday night during the annual Candidates Night at Tiffin Middle School. The event was hosted by the Tiffin League of Women Voters and was moderated by Gene Chintala. During the event, four Tiffin City Council candidates presented their thoughts ...

Two school board candidates take part

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Tiffin City Schools Board of Education candidates took time to answer questions from the community Wednesday night during the annual League of Women Voters Candidates Night. Two candidates — Meagan McBride and write-in candidate Heidi Stephey — were present during the event that took place ...

Charter review, judge, law director participate in Candidates Night

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Candidates for Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court judge, law director for Tiffin and Tiffin City Charter Review Commission offered their views during Candidates Night at Tiffin Middle School on Wednesday evening. Judge Mark Repp of Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court, who has been in office for more ...

Township officials explain their views

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Township trustee and fiscal officer candidates shared their thoughts during Candidates Night at Tiffin Middle School Wednesday. Dennis Baugher and Dennis Kingseed are seeking seats as Clinton Township trustees; Vernon Morter is seeking a seat as an Eden Township trustee; and Julie Vogel is ...

Candidate for Ohio House to speak at Fort Ball Pizza

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Gary Click, a candidate for the 88th District of the Ohio House of Representatives, is to speak tonight at Fort Ball Pizza Palace, 91 N. Washington St., at 6:30 p.m. The event will be hosted by the North Central Ohio Conservatives. Click, pastor of Fremont Baptist Temple, announced his ...

Attica K of C to host fish, chicken dinner

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ATTICA — Attica Knights of Columbus will be serving a perch or chicken tenders dinner Nov. 1 from 5-7 p.m. at the K of C Hall, 11 Heyman Dr. The dinner includes a baked potato or french fries, coleslaw, apple sauce, dinner roll and a drink, according to a release from the Attica Knights of ...

Woman admits aggravated assault

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A Fostoria woman admitted Wednesday afternoon she committed aggravated assault. Jacqueline P. Ross, 30, had been charged with two counts of felonious assault, both second-degree felonies, and two counts of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs, both first-degree ...

Mohawk BOE meets new service dog

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SYCAMORE — Jarvis, a 10-month old Labrador puppy, was introduced to the Mohawk Board of Education Monday evening. Jarvis was raised by inmates before entering the service dogs in training program. Jarvis has visiting all elementary classrooms and has been well received by the students. Time ...