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Community Calendar, March 19

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Events & Activities Today Bouncing Babies, 6:30 p.m., Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, Frost Kalnow Room, 77 Jefferson St. For infants from birth to 18 months and their parents or caregivers. Call (419) 447-3751 or visit the Junior Library for more information. Storytime-For the Birds, 6:30 ...

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TCS finance meeting canceled The Tiffin City Board of Education’s Finance Committee meeting has been canceled. The meeting has not yet been rescheduled. TCS program group to meet The Tiffin City Board of Education’s Program Committee is to meet at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday at the ...

Body found Sunday in Sandusky River

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A man’s body was found in the Sandusky River Sunday evening. Detective Lt. Mark Marquis of Tiffin Police Department said the department had received a report of a missing person Sunday. Family members reported they hadn’t seen the man in a while and 406 Water St. was the last known ...

Daily log, March 18

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Tiffin reports • A youth was charged with disorderly conduct and juvenile-delinquent Saturday. • Justin W. Stahl, 33, of Tiffin, was charged with resisting arrest Sunday. • Janet K. Monter, 64, of Tiffin, was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated Sunday. • Chad W. ...

Community Calendar, March 18

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Events & Activities Today Discovery Series - Wonders of Skunk Cabbage, 5 p.m., Forrest Nature Preserve (TR 151 parking lot), 701 E. CR 6. For ages 12-17. Join a naturalist to discover new and exciting things in the nature preserve each month. Search for this early spring plant and learn ...

Findin’ o’ the green

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Linda Rose (center), program director for Seneca County Park District, answers a participant's question about the remains of a grassland flower from last season during a St. Paddy's Day hike Sunday afternoon at Bowen Nature Preserve, West Lodi. About 15 people took part in the hike. During the ...

Tornado drill planned Wednesday

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The Severe Weather Awareness Week is this week. According to a release, the week is just one of several awareness campaigns the Ohio Committee on Severe Weather Awareness puts on each year. The highlight of the week is the statewide tornado drill. Schools, homes and businesses are encouraged ...

Sunday announcements, March 17

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Rescheduled Tiffin-Seneca Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Community Celebration The rescheduled Tiffin-Seneca Martin Luther King, Jr., Day Community Celebration Dinner is to be 6 p.m. March 31 at Faith United Methodist Church, 75 N. Sandusky St, Tiffin. Reservations need to be made by March 25. ...

Columbia Gas line replacements to take place this month

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Columbia Gas will be working on gas line replacements on Sycamore Street and adjoining streets in Tiffin starting this month. According to information from Columbia Gas, residents should be prepared for digging and disruption as the company upgrades gas lines. All work is weather dependent. ...

Opportunity Center craft show

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Visitors look at different items during the Seneca County Opportunity Center Craft Show Saturday afternoon. Craft Show Coordinator Amy Tripp said all proceeds from the show go to adult services and is used to do activities. Anyone can come to the show and sell their crafts, she said. Tripp said ...

Sunny Farms hires VP of environmental compliance

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FOSTORIA — Sunny Farms Landfill has hired Brian Ezyk as its new vice president of environmental compliance and engineering. “Brian’s hiring adds special environmental expertise to the team,” said Gene Monteith, of Paul Werth Associates, Sunny Farms’ public relations firm. In this ...

Woman injured in accident

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A woman was injured in an accident at West Perry and South Sandusky streets Friday night. Sgt. Jared Watson of Tiffin Police Department said Amaleah F. Bradley, 38, of Tiffin, was traveling north on South Sandusky Street in a 2007 Ford Escape. Bradley fell asleep and her Ford struck a curb on ...

Reported gun shot under investigation

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Tiffin Police Department responded to a report of a possible gunshot Friday evening. Officer Drew Westenbarger of Tiffin Police Department said a person reported a gun shot at 96 North Sandusky St. There was an altercation between a couple and one of them was a youth, he said. A man had ...

Daily Log, March 17

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Jennifer M. Finley, 43, of Tiffin, was charged with telecommunication harassment Saturday. • Kyle R. Hager, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with underage consumption Saturday. Fostoria report • A 100-block East Lytle Street woman reported her girlfriend hit her Saturday ...

Community Calendar, March 17

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Events & Activities Today All-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast, 7 a.m.-noon, Green Springs Volunteer Fire Department, 120 Catherine St. Adults $7, children $4, Sit & Stitch, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, Junior Home Room, 77 Jefferson St. For knitters and ...

Nobody hurt in West Market Street incident

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A woman was arrested after departments responded to a report of a suicidal man Friday evening. Sgt. Jared Watson of Tiffin Police Department said officers responded to a report of a suicidal man at 54 W. Market St. It was reported to the Seneca County Sheriff’s Office that the man had a gun ...

Model students: 7 from Calvert attend Model UN conference

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Seven students from Calvert Catholic High School attended a Model UN conference early this month for the first time. Maddie Routson, Calvert Catholic High School social studies teacher, assisted in facilitating the trip for the students. The Model UN convention took place in Kalamazoo, ...

American Legion member describes memorial design

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ATTICA — Attica Village Council members were joined by American Legion Victory Post 260 members to sign an agreement for return of property to the village should the group ever disband. The property deeded to the organization is to be the site of the Attica Area Veterans Memorial. Legion ...

Fremont man admits trafficking in cocaine, Fentanyl, meth

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A Fremont man admitted Friday he trafficked cocaine, Fentanyl and methamphetamine. Arlando C. Crowe, 40, had been charged with four counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, fourth-degree felonies, and two counts of trafficking in cocaine, fifth-degree felonies, according to his ...