Briefly, April 20

Today’s Easter egg roll plans change

FREMONT — Due to forecasted rain and already soggy Spiegel Grove grounds, the Easter Egg Roll at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums is to be moved into the museum today.

The event is to take place 2-3:30 p.m. in the auditorium and other areas of the museum.

Admission to the museum is free 1-4 p.m. Visitors can participate in the egg roll indoor activities and tour the museum.

The Easter Bunny is to make an appearance.

Kids can enjoy face painting, cornhole games, balloons, craft activities and story time. They also can provide a hard-boiled, decorated egg to compete in the decorated egg contest. These activities are free.

The traditional egg games normally played on the Hayes Home lawn during the egg roll will not be played due to space constraints.

For information, call (419) 332-2081 or visit

rbhayes.org.

Melmore UMC changes Sunday schedule

Melmore United Methodist Church will have a change in its schedule for Easter Sunday. The Sonrise service is to be at 7 a.m. with the Joyful Noise choir presenting “Cornerstone.”

A continental breakfast follows, and then a church service begins at 9 a.m. There will be no Sunday School.

All are invited to the church on SR 67, south of Tiffin in Melmore.

Law library board

to meet Tuesday

Seneca County Law Library Resources Board is to meet at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday at Clover Club, Tiffin.

Mobile Museum of history to visit Tiffin

Creation Truth Foundation of Noble, Oklahoma, is to bring its Mobile Museum of Earth History to New Beginnings Assembly of God, 733 N. Sandusky St., April 28.

According to a release, the museum has some of the most outstanding fossil specimens available to science including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Pteranodon, and an Albertsosaur. The event is to be hosted by area businesses and families, and Creation Truth Foundation also is to have books, videos and the “Truth in Science” homeschool curriculum for grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 available for purchase, the release states.

The service is to be at 10:30 a.m.

To learn more about the ministry, visit www.creation

truth.com.

For more information, contact the church office at (419) 447-8320.

County EMA to host Skywarn training

Seneca County Emergency Management Agency is to have Skywarn spotter training 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sentinel Career and Technology Center, 793 E. TR 201.

The training is for anyone interested in weather spotting, according to a release.

Advanced registration is not necessary and the training is free and open to all, the release states.

For more information, people should contact Michael Klaiss by phone at (419) 447-0266, ext. 13, or email mklaiss@seneca

countyohio.gov.

Board of Elections to meet Wednesday

The board of the Seneca County Board of Elections is to meet at 5:10 p.m. Wednesday at its office, 71 S. Washington St.

The purpose of the meeting is equipment allocation and any other business that comes before the board.

Lawyers plan to

settle suits over drug dosages

COLUMBUS (AP) — Attorneys expect to settle a few of the 27 wrongful-death lawsuits filed against an Ohio hospital and a now-fired doctor accused of ordering excessive painkiller doses for dozens of patients.

Attorney Kevin Kurgis confirmed to WCMH-TV that his office’s two cases against Mount Carmel Health System and William Husel are being settled. Details must be court-approved and haven’t been submitted.

Lawyer Craig Tuttle of Leeseberg & Valentine told The Columbus Dispatch at least two of that firm’s cases likely will be settled. Another was dismissed but may be refiled.

The firm still is pursuing other Mount Carmel lawsuits and describes the settlement offers so far as unreasonable and offensive.

Mount Carmel said it’s committed to doing what’s right.

Court filings for Husel deny he negligently or intentionally caused deaths.

Passenger killed when driver crashes

RAVENNA (AP) — Authorities say a passenger inside an SUV driven by a man who fled a traffic stop and then crashed has died in northeast Ohio.

The State Highway Patrol said the crash occurred just after midnight in Portage County’s Ravenna Township. The passenger has been identified as 22-year-old Brianna Lewandowski, of Springfield Township.

Patrol officials say a state trooper stopped the SUV just before midnight Friday for a registration violation The patrol said the driver, 27-year-old Joshua Kalili, of Captain Cook, Hawaii, assaulted the trooper and a police officer called to assist after being removed from a cruiser for “moving suspiciously.”

The patrol said Kalili drove off despite being shocked with a stun gun.

Kalili has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide.

Ex-vice officer charged with

destroying

evidence

COLUMBUS (AP) — Prosecutors say a former Ohio vice squad officer facing multiple federal and state charges including the shooting death of a 23-year-old woman is accused of destroying evidence.

Ex-Columbus officer Andrew Mitchell has pleaded not guilty in state court to killing Donna Castleberry in 2018 after she stabbed him in the hand during an undercover prostitution investigation. He’s also pleaded not guilty to federal charges of forcing women to have sex with him under threat of an arrest.

Prosecutors said Thursday that Mitchell is accused of destroying evidence in his federal case by removing items such as documents and clothing from an apartment in October and destroying property to thwart FBI agents who planned to take it.

Boy found buried

on Ohio farm

CARROLLTON (AP) — Authorities say the body of a 14-year-old boy reported missing Sunday has been found in a shallow grave on a northeast Ohio farm.

The Carroll County sheriff, prosecutor and coroner didn’t provide any details at a news conference Friday afternoon about how Jonathon Minard died, or whether there were suspects in his death.

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