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March 15 is deadline to sign up for farm programs

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — USDA’s Farm Service Agency encourages agricultural producers to make an appointment for enrollment in the Agriculture Risk Loss and Price Loss Coverage programs. March 15 is the enrollment deadline for the 2019 crop year, according to a USDA news release. Although more ...

Being suicidal ‘a treatable condition’

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Every single person in the area has at some point interacted with someone who was having suicidal thoughts, said Ellyn Schmiesing. But if you don’t know what to look for, you won’t be able to help. Schmiesing is executive director at Focus, a nonprofit center for people in recovery from ...

Consumer spending drives growth

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Ignore bad headlines about auto sales, energy, trade, transportation or manufacturing, an economist said Tuesday in Findlay. The economy is fine and likely will remain so. “Things are fundamentally pretty stable right now,” said Elliott Eisenberg, chief economist for Econ70.com. He ...

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Man accused of sex-related crime A Tiffin man has been accused of a sex-related crime involving a youth. Malik E. Myers, 20, has been charged with sexual conduct with a minor, a first-degree misdemeanor, according to Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court. The alleged incident occurred when ...

Man acquitted of three counts of child endangerment

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A Green Springs man was acquitted of three counts of child endangerment during a trial in Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court Judge Mark Repp’s courtroom Wednesday. The three-man, five-woman jury found Myles R. Morris, 41, not guilty of the counts after about half an hour of ...

Daily Log, Jan. 16

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Tiffin reports • A 400-block East Perry Street reported Wednesday morning a package had been stolen from her porch. • A 200-block South Sandusky Street resident reported two dogs were loose and attacking people and each other Wednesday afternoon. County report • A possible ...

Community Calendar, Jan. 16

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Events & Activities Today Toddler Tales, 10 a.m., Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St., Frost Kalnow Room. For parents or caregivers and their children who are 1 1/2 to three years old. Free event, no registration necessary. Please call (419) 447-3751 for more ...

East SR 18 house burns early Tuesday morning

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Firefighters from several departments responded to a house fire in Clinton Township early Tuesday morning. The fire at 3670 E. SR 18 was reported at 3:45 a.m., and personnel from Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Department, Tiffin Fire Rescue Division, Scipio-Republic Fire Department and Old ...

Shutt, Boehler join park district board

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Jakob Boehler and Janet Shutt were welcomed to the Seneca County Park District board Tuesday during their first meeting. They replace Roland Zimmerman, whose last term on the board ended in December, and Carl Miller, who is retiring after he handed over the chairmanship of the board to Bill ...

McAllister elected chair of park district board

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Senior board member Bill McAllister was elected chairman of Seneca County Park District’s board during its reorganizational meeting Tuesday. Lori Hall was elected first vice chairwoman and Lee Martin second vice chairman. The district’s director, Sarah Betts, office manager Shelly Smola ...

Seneca East board reorganizes for the new year

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ATTICA — The Seneca East Board of Education welcomed three new members during their meeting Monday night. Eric “Rick” Gillett, Valerie Phillips, and Jay Zeiter all took their oath of office as the newest members of the board. Daniel Stacklin was elected to serve as board president ...

Commissioners to hear update from chamber, visitor services

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Seneca County commissioners are to hear an update from Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services Thursday. They are to meet at 10 a.m. at their office, 111 Madison St. In other action, personnel from Seneca County Department of Job and Family Services and from the county ...

Mohawk BOE meets in special session

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SYCAMORE — The Mohawk Board of Education met Monday in special session.  Prior to interviewing candidates for the vacant seat on the board, Kathy Koehler was sworn in as vice president of the board. Because Carl Long is now a member of the board, he has resigned as substitute bus driver ...

Park board approved 2019 donor list

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During its meeting Tuesday, a list of 2019 donations and grants was approved by the Seneca County Park District board. The list is to be sent to Judge Jay Meyer of Seneca County Probate Court for approval and acceptance. Donations included $654 for: use of the shelter at Garlo Heritage Nature ...

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Most Aqua Ohio customers to see reduction in water bills BOARDMAN — As the new year emerges, most Aqua Ohio customers will see a welcome change in the form of lower water bills. Cost savings are based on a customer’s monthly water consumption. Water-only customers will see consumption ...

Robbery in McCutchenville investigated

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McCUTCHENVILLE — Seneca County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a robbery at Route 53 Service’s store Tuesday afternoon. The incident occurred about 2 p.m. Tuesday at the store at 8910 S. SR 53. Detective Jeff Smith of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said an unidentified person ...

Missing teen found dead in chimney

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PORT CLINTON — Harley Dilly died less than a block from where he lived, inside the chimney of a home across the street. After being missing for 25 days, the 14-year-old boy’s remains were found early Tuesday by police, who tore out part of a fireplace to recover his body after finding ...

Community Calendar, Jan. 15

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Events & Activities Today Book Discussion-Carey Page Turners, 6:30 p.m. Dorcas Carey Library, 236 E. Findlay St., Carey. “The Chilbury Ladies Choir” by Jennifer Ryan. Thursday Toddler Tales, 10 a.m. Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St., Frost Kalnow Room. For parents or ...