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Heidelberg partners with Google

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Heidelberg University is one of five schools nationally to pilot new tech industry courses in a collaborative effort with Google. Courses through the Applied Computing Series are going to be offered in computer science, data science and machine learning. These courses are going to be offered ...

Community Calendar, Oct. 18

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Events & Activities Today Toddler Tales, 10 a.m., Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St. Ages 1 1/2-3 years old. (419) 447-3751. Praying with Jesus: The Lord’s Prayer, 7-8:30 p.m., St. Francis Spirituality Center, 200 St. Francis Ave., (419) 443-1485. Fall ...

Trial continued for suspect in Bogle death

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A new trial date hadn’t been set Wednesday afternoon for a Clyde man accused of murdering a former Tiffin woman. Daniel R. Myers, 49, was indicted by a Sandusky County grand jury in connection to the death of Heather Bogle, 28, of Fremont. A spokeswoman for the office of Judge John Dewey ...

Carey villagers to vote on school levy

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CAREY — Carey village voters will be considering a renewal of a one-percent income tax renewal Nov. 8. The five-year tax levy is for the purpose of daily operations of the Carey Exempted Village School District. The levy is to amount to $0.30 for each $100 of valuation for five years, ...

Briefly, Oct. 18

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Man sentenced to prison A Fostoria man admitted he violated the terms of his community control. Robert A. Coppus Jr., 32, admitted the violation during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff’s courtroom. Shuff revoked his community control and ordered him to serve ...

Officials speak at anti-wind group meeting

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An Ohio State Representative and a Seneca County Commissioner spoke during a meeting of the Seneca County Anti-Wind Union Tuesday night. State Rep. Bill Reineke, R-Tiffin, addressed the full-audience about the proposed wind turbine projects set for the county. He said it is a complicated ...

Man charged after accident

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A Tiffin man who was not located at the scene of an accident Sunday was charged Tuesday night. Deputy Troy Callahan of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said Bryan Riedlinger, 52, was charged with disrupting public services, a fourth-degree felony; domestic violence and weapons while ...

Commissioners OK two sewer matters

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FOSTORIA — Seneca County Board of Commissioners met on location Tuesday evening at the Loudon Township House. Commissioners approved two sewer requests during the meeting, one from Sunny Farms Landfill in Fostoria. During the meeting Oct. 9, commissioners heard from Ben Nutter of Sunny ...

Bloomville seeking levy for police

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BLOOMVILLE — Voters in the village of Bloomville are to decide on a tax levy renewal for police protection Nov. 6. The 1.5-mill levy is a renewal of a tax in Bloomville for the purpose of police protection that is to last for five years, commencing in 2019 and first due in 2020, according to ...

Lots of activities planned in Republic

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REPUBLIC — Holiday happenings abound in Republic the last weekend of October. Council members heard during their meeting Monday evening that the American Legion is having a gumbo cook-off 1-3 p.m. Oct. 27. Club and community members are invited to try all-you-can-eat for $1. Revive Republic ...

Green Springs receives donation for park

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GREEN SPRINGS — Green Springs Village Council accepted a donation for a new bench in the village park during its meeting Monday night. Resident Nikki Lee said her family wished to donate a concrete bench with seating for four to six people in memory of her father, Daniel Shetzer. Shetzer ...

Lakota board of education talks faculty, merit

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KANSAS — Lakota Local Schools welcomed a new coach amid personnel approvals for the 2018-2019 school year. Monday night’s Board of Education meeting began with approving the hire of new high school softball coach Troy Lewis. Lewis, who is replacing recently retired softball coach and ...

Elite Sports & Culture Week spotlight: Olympian Butch Reynolds

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Two-time Olympian Butch Reynolds is a native of Akron and is among the most successful athletes in the world. Reynolds broke the world record in 400m in 1987 and won a gold and silver medal the following year in the 1988 Seoul Olympics. He also competed in the 1996 Atlanta Games. Butch ...

Lakota Homecoming court

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Lakota High School Homecoming court is (back row, from left) Tyler Reyna, Travis Enright, Dakota Travis, Adam Rutledge, Ethan Klotz and Braden Schaser; and (front row, from left) Lauren Bennett, Gabriel Dauterman, Madison King, kindergarten bearers Aubrey Thrasher and Aiden Foos, Anna Brubaker, ...

Briefly, Oct. 17

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Man sentenced to prison A Tiffin man was sentenced to prison during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom. Dustin L. Blankenship, 28, admitted he violated the terms of his community control, court records state. Kelbley sentenced him to 18 ...

Daily Log, Oct. 17

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Tiffin reports • A man reported Tuesday morning he found a needle in the parking lot of B and B Food Mart, 265 N. Washington St. • A person in the 400 block of East Perry Street reported Tuesday morning a window appeared to be pried open. County reports • Joshua M. Ball, 41, of ...

Senior Calendar, Oct. 17

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Commission on Aging Nutrition Program Thursday — Peanut butter and jelly, chicken noodle soup, mixed fruit, tossed salad, milk. Friday — Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, corn, pears, bread, oatmeal cookie, milk. Monday — Cabbage rolls, sliced potatoes, bread, strawberries, graham ...

Community Calendar, Oct. 17

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Today Paint the Puppy - acrylic painting, 6 - 8 p.m. Tiffin Art Guild, 130 S. Washington St. Members Only Book Sale, 5-8 p.m. Birchard Public Library, 423 Croghan St., Fremont. Can join tonight. Thursday Toddler Tales, 10 a.m. Tiffin- Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St. Ages 1 ...

Blocking out cancer

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Columbian volleyball players take the court prior to their home match against Calvert Monday. The teams played each other for the Block Out Cancer match to benefit Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment. For complete coverage, see Page 1B. To view more photos from this event, visit ...

City looks at downtown outdoor refreshment area

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Legislation was presented on the proposed DORA Monday during a Tiffin City Council meeting. Council has scheduled a Committee of the Whole meeting for 7 p.m. Oct. 29 for further discussion. The DORA is a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area to be located in downtown Tiffin. The DORA would ...