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Briefly, Nov. 9

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Man admits judicial release violation A Kentucky man admitted he violated the terms of his judicial release. Marvin W. Bond, 28, admitted the violation during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom. Kelbley sentenced him to 56 days in prison, to ...

Daily Log, Nov. 9

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Ruben E. Austin, 18, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Wednesday. • Jacqueline Wright, 57, of Fostoria, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Wednesday. County reports • A 6000-block West TR 34 person reported an attempted breaking and ...

Community Calendar, Nov. 9

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Today Health screening, 6:30-10:30 a.m. Mercy Health - Tiffin Hospital, 45 St. Lawrence Drive. Call Jana Martin at (419) 455-7751 or Rachel Danhoff at (419) 964-5119. Jewelry sale, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Calvert Elementary School, Old Gymnasium, 36 Melmore St. Smothered chicken dinner, 5-7 p.m. ...

Residents weigh in on wind

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REPUBLIC — More than 20 residents who reside in the footprint of the proposed Seneca Wind project addressed Seneca County commissioners and respective trustees Wednesday during a public hearing. The public hearing, which took place in the Scipio Township Maintenance Building on SR 19, was ...

Jim Jordan seeks minority leader post

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Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, a leader of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, announced Wednesday he plans to challenge House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-California, for the House minority leader position. According to a news release, Jordan announced the move during an interview with ...

Green Springs resident voices concern over trash service

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GREEN SPRINGS — Green Springs Village Council members heard a resident’s concern about the possibility of being mandated to pay for trash service during a meeting Monday night. Resident Brenda Engeman said she and some family members put their trash in the dumpster at her business, ...

Daily Log, Nov. 8

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • A first-block Ann Street woman reported Tuesday evening her car was shot by a BB gun Saturday night and there was damage to the back passenger window frame. • A 100-block Ann Street man reported BB gun holes in siding and screen Wednesday morning. • A 300-block West ...

Omari Jeremiah Lee Fortner

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A son, Omari Jeremiah Lee Fortner, was born Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, to Micheala and David Fortner of Lexington. Omari weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces, and measured 19 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Cindy Tripplett and Eddie Boyd, both of Toledo. Paternal grandmother is Minnie Williams of ...

Community Calendar, Nov. 8

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Today Beginner’s yoga, 6:30-7 p.m. St. Francis Spirituality Center, Greccio Room, 200 St. Francis Ave. Beginners welcome. Mats and belts provided. Donation is $7 per session or all 6 lessons for $35. For more info, call Sister Paulette Schroeder at (419)447-0435, ext. 136. Jewelry sale, ...

Kerschner keeps commissioner’s seat

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Voters decided to keep Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kerschner for another four-year term. Kerschner, a Republican, received 12,777 votes and Democrat Cheryl Radin-Norman received 5,579 votes, according to unofficial results in Tuesday’s general election. “I appreciate the support ...

Reineke maintains statehouse position

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State Rep. Bill Reineke will continue into his third term following voter approval Tuesday. Reineke, R-Tiffin, will continue his work in Ohio’s 88 District, which includes Sandusky County and most of Seneca County. Reineke ran against first-time candidate Rachel Crooks, ...

Voters reject Attica police levy, department to close

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ATTICA — Voters in the village of Attica rejected a levy that would fund the police department Tuesday. According to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election, 174 voters rejected the 5-mill additional tax levy and 152 voted for it. Attica Police Chief Keith Turner said the ...

Hopewell-Loudon renewal levy passes

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BASCOM — Voters approved a renewal of an emergency income tax levy renewal for the Hopewell-Loudon School District. According to unofficial results from Tuesday’s general election, the levy was approved by 985 votes for the levy and 750 votes against the levy. The five-year levy is to ...

Meeting to focus on wind

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Township trustees and residents within the effected footprint of a proposed wind turbine project are to have a chance to meet with Seneca County commissioners. A public meeting has been scheduled for 5:30 p.m. today at the Scipio Township Maintenance Building, located on SR 19 across from the ...

Daily Log, Nov. 7

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Matthew Pierce, 26, of Bettsville, was charged with child support suspension and a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Monday. • Kenneth P. Schaade Jr., 30, of Tiffin, was charged with drug abuse instruments Monday. • Rodney D. Wooden, 62, of Tiffin, was charged ...

Community Calendar, Nov. 7

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Thursday Chicken breast dinner, 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Allen Eiry Center, 28 Hopewell Ave. Cost is $8.50. Eat in or carry out. Beginner’s yoga, 6:30-7 p.m. St. Francis Spirituality Center, Greccio Room, 200 St. Francis Ave. Beginners welcome. Mats and belts provided. Donation is $7 per session ...

Woman cited after hitting school bus

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A Tiffin woman turned herself in after a hit-skip accident Monday that involved a Clyde-Green Springs Exempted Village School District bus, according to the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol. Ruth J. Goodwin-Gray, 89, was cited with failure to yield and hit-skip, according to a ...

Briefly, Nov. 7

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League of Women Voters to address immigration The League of Women Voters of the Tiffin Area are to address the issue children and their struggles during the immigration process at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services meeting room, 19 W. Market ...

Voting is today

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It’s Election Day, and polls are open 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. To find information on voting locations, visit the Seneca County Board of Elections website, seneca.ohioboe.com.