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Donations sought for family after fire

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BLOOMVILLE — Donations are being collected to assist members of the Reinhart family after a fire destroyed their home near Bloomville early Tuesday morning. Clothing, personal items and dog food can be dropped off at Mohawk Local School and First National Bank, Bloomville. A 12-year-old ...

Green Springs council fills vacant seats

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GREEN SPRINGS — Green Springs Village Council welcomed several new members to council during its meeting Monday night. Because of four vacancies on the board at the turn of the new year, council was not able to meet in January and Mayor Adam Greenslade could not appoint additional members ...

Briefly, Feb. 7

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Fostoria students, staff return to building FOSTORIA — According to a letter written by Fostoria Junior/Senior High School Principal Drew Bauman, grade 7-12 students were able to return to the school building, 1001 Park Ave., Monday. Fostoria students and staff were displaced after a fire ...

Daily Log, Feb. 7

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Susan G. Morehart, 43, of Tiffin, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Friday. • Jennifer L. Smith, 36, of Bloomville, was charged with theft Friday. • Jordan D. Johnson, 27, of Tiffin, was charged with no operator’s license and a Financial ...

Senior Calendar, Feb. 7

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Commission on Aging Nutrition Program Thursday — Pizza patty, potato soup, tossed salad, mixed fruit, bun, Goldfish crackers, milk. Friday — Hungarian goulash, broccoli, carrots, pears and blueberries, muffin, milk. Monday — Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, peas, applesauce, roll, ...

Semis collide, 2 injured

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Two truck drivers were hurt when their trucks collided at US 224 and US 23 Monday morning. According to the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol, Jeffrey L. Mcintosh, 63, of Toledo, was driving a 2015 Freightliner west on US 224, and Sean M. Coleman, 39, of Westerville, was driving a 2014 ...

Improved rating

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Tiffin City Council members learned Monday night that the city’s fire department received an improved grade during a recent evaluation, which could lead to insurance savings for residents. Tiffin Fire Rescue Division Chief Kevin Veletean said the department ranked in the top 10 percent of ...

Trump accuser running for office

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A woman who has accused President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct announced her candidacy for the state legislature Monday. According to a campaign release, Rachel Crooks, a Democrat who grew up in Green Springs and now lives in Tiffin, filed petitions to run for Ohio’s 88th State House ...

Fire destroys CR 47 shop

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A Seneca Township storage shop and contents were destroyed in a fire Monday evening. The fire at 3870 S. CR 47 was reported to Seneca County Sheriff’s Office about 5:35 p.m., and NBS Joint Fire District, NBS EMS and Bascom Joint Fire District responded. Capt. Mike Reinhart of NBS Joint ...

Briefly

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Alley near Tiffin post office to be closed According to a city of Tiffin release, Columbia Gas of Ohio is to replace a gas line today starting at 8 a.m. While the work is ongoing, the alley off Monroe Street adjacent the U.S. Post Office is to be closed. The work is expected to occur ...

Risingsun house, garage destroyed in fire

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RISINGSUN — A house and an attached garage in Wood County’s Perry Township were destroyed in a fire Monday afternoon. The fire at 6975 Railroad St. was reported about 2:15 p.m. Chief Jeff Drake of West Millgrove Volunteer Fire Department said the occupants were not home at the time of ...

Tiffin woman hurt in accident

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BASCOM — A Tiffin woman was hurt in an accident on CR 7 in Hopewell Township Monday morning. Deputy Chris Weimerskirch of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said Pamela J. Hill, 62, of Tiffin, was driving a 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer north on CR 7. The vehicle went off the right side of the ...

Republic Village Council gets update on block grant

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REPUBLIC — Charlene Watkins, executive director of Seneca Regional Planning Commission, addressed Republic council members Monday evening, updating them on the progress of their Community Development Block Grant application for a critical infrastructure grant. Watkins said several ...

Firefighters rescue dog from pond

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Firefighters rescued a dog that had fallen through ice in a Jackson Township pond Monday morning. Kansas Volunteer Fire Department and Bascom Joint Fire District were summoned to 3728 N. CR 39 about 9:30 a.m. Chief Bob Dible of Kansas Volunteer Fire Department said that usually, the owner ...

Daily Log

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • A first-block West Perry Street resident reported a theft Sunday afternoon. • A first-block Main Street resident reported a theft Sunday afternoon. County reports • A 1000-block Driftwood Drive woman reported Monday morning her husband pushed children. • A ...

Two injured in SR 12 collision

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Two people were injured in a two-vehicle accident at SR 12 and TR 84 Sunday afternoon. Sgt. Matt Davis of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said Kristine A. Hille, 51, of Risingsun, was traveling east on TR 84 in a 1999 Dodge Ram with Taylor E. Hille, 13, of Risingsun. James E. Lora ...

One injured in US 224 and SR 587 accident

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A person was injured in an accident at US 224 and SR 587 Sunday afternoon. Deputy Denny Wilkinson of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said Nancy J. Boes, 67, of Tiffin, was traveling east on US 224 in a 2014 Honda Odyssey and Steven K. Banny, 45, of Sterling Heights, Michigan, was traveling ...

Sunday announcements, Feb. 4

Community Announcements

K of C hosts annual Free Throw Championship Tiffin Knights of Columbus No. 608 recently hosted its annual Free Throw Championship at Calvert High School. Winners included 9-year-old boy Branyan Coleman and girl Kate Coleman; 10-year-old boy Bradley Wellman and girl Alyssa Rishty; ...

Daily Log, Feb. 5

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • A first-block West Perry Street woman reported her neighbor stole her cat Saturday afternoon. • A 600-block South Sandusky Street man reported his apartment was broken into and many items including money and jewelry were missing Sunday morning. County reports • A ...

Community Calendar, Feb. 5

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Events & Activities Today Finding God in the Ordinary: Guided Meditations for Peace & Healing, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Greccio Room, St. Francis Spirituality Center, 200 St. Francis Ave. Sister Edna Michel leads guided meditations. Dress comfortably. Donation $6 per session. Registration at ...