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Daily Log, May 10

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Ray N. Peak, 59, of Fremont, was charged with theft Tuesday. • Tierea H. Cotton, 18, of Lima, was charged with drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia Tuesday. • A 100-block Minerva Street person reported a credit card was used online for a large ...

Community Calendar, May 10

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Today Craftastic, 3:30 p.m. Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, Frost Kalnow Room. For teens in grades 6 through 12. (419) 447-3751 or visit www.tiffinsenecalibrary.org. Preschool Pals, “Wonderful Wiggly Worms,” 5 p.m. Tiffin University Nature Preserve. (419) 435-3915. Open house, 6-7 p.m. ...

Roads, bridges levy approved

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Tiffin voters approved a five-year, 0.25-percent income tax levy Tuesday night for roads and bridges that represents the first income tax increase for the city in 32 years. According to unofficial results that include absentee and Election Day ballots but not provisional ballots, 1,413 ...

TCS renewal passes

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Voters continued to support Tiffin City Schools Tuesday with passage of a renewal levy. The levy was approved by 2,254 votes, or about 65.6 percent, according to unofficial results. The 4.2-mill levy is for 10 years and is to generate $1.6 million annually. It is to cost the owner of a ...

Putting it in writing

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Columbian High School seniors sign letters of intent to their chosen institutions Tuesday during Tornado Signing Day. Students confirmed plans to attend colleges, military branches and adult education programs or participate in internships and apprenticeships. Story on Page 4A.

Graytown man dies in rollover

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A Graytown man died in a single-vehicle rollover accident on CR 5 in Jackson Township Tuesday afternoon. Lt. Brent Meredith of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said Jerry B. Allen, 77, was pronounced dead at the scene. Meredith said Allen was driving a 1999 Buick LeSabre north on CR ...

Voter turnout low for primary

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Seneca County Board of Elections members were disappointed in turnout for Tuesday’s primary election. According to unofficial results that include absentee and Election Day ballots but not provisional ballots, 7,323 county residents cast ballots in the election, or about 21.3 percent of the ...

Voters reject Attica police levy

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Attica voters rejected a 5-mill levy Tuesday to fund Attica Police Department. According to unofficial Election Day totals, 79 voters approved the levy, and 87 rejected it. The new 5-mill levy would have replaced a 3-mill levy, with the owner of a $75,000 home paying about $131 per ...

Voters renew levy for library in Carey

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CAREY — Voters approved a renewal levy for the Dorcas Carey Public Library Tuesday. The 1.75-mill, five-year levy is to fund general operations of the library. The library, which is considered a school district library, is included in portions of Wyandot and Seneca counties. “We are ...

Commissioners talk justice center event

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Seneca County commissioners discussed an upcoming event at Seneca County Justice Center and considered contracting with a company that could help save money on some county bills Tuesday morning. Commissioners met Tuesday at the auditorium at Tiffin Columbian High School following Tornado ...

Tiffin man hurt in lawnmower accident

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A Tiffin man on a lawnmower was hurt when he was struck by a sport utility vehicle on CR 52 Tuesday. Trooper Christopher Kiefer of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said Susan K. Moyer, 41, of Republic, was driving a 2010 GMC SUV west on CR 52. Jeffrey Carter, 65, of Tiffin, was driving ...

Students celebrate signing day

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Approximately 191 seniors from Tiffin Columbian High School participated in Tornado Signing Day Tuesday morning. There were 50 institutions represented at Columbian for the signing process. Students signed letters of intent to colleges, military branches, adult education programs and ...

Woman charged after hit-skip crashes

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ATTICA — A Bloomville woman was charged in connection to two hit-skip accidents Monday night. Sgt. Matt Davis of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said Misty Slone, 41, was charged with two counts of hit-skip, two counts of driving under suspension and one count each of assured clear ...

Briefly, May 9

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Allen Eiry hosting card party, lunch A spring card party and luncheon is planned at 11 a.m. Thursday at Allen Eiry Center, 28 Hopewell Ave. There will be prizes, a raffle and games. Cost is $8 per ticket, and no tickets are to sold at the door. For more information, call (419) ...

Garage near Bloomville burns

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Bloomville and Republic firefighters responded to a garage fire at SR 19 and CR 16 Tuesday evening. A Seneca County Sheriff's Office spokesman said the fully engulfed garage fire was reported about 7 p.m. Crews remained at the scene for about an hour and 45 minutes. Bloomville EMS took a ...

Daily Log, May 9

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Kalieb J. Osborn, 26, of Findlay, was charged with theft Friday. • Gregory S. Manley, 28, of Findlay, was charged with theft Friday. • Sierra M. Baker, 25, of Fostoria, was charged with theft Friday. • Brandon M. Cooper, 18, of Forest, was charged with driving ...

Community Calendar, May 9

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Today Senior health check, 9:30-11:15 a.m. Commission on Aging, 382 S. Huron St., Tiffin. For anyone 60 years of age or older. Free but donations appreciated. (419) 447-3691. Toddler Trot, “Springtime,” 4:30 p.m. Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve, Bloomville. (419) ...

Senior Calendar, May 9

Calendar

Commission on Aging Nutrition Program Thursday — Shredded chicken, tomato basil soup, tossed salad, tomatoes, peaches, bun, milk. Friday — Meatloaf mashed potatoes, succotash, grape juice, bread, milk. Monday — Chicken leg, potato salad, vegetable blend, bread, orange juice, graham ...

Levy is big council topic

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Tiffin City Council members dedicated most of their meeting Monday night to discussing a five-year, 0.25-percent income tax levy for road and bridge maintenance. On the eve of Election Day, Assistant Engineer Matt Watson provided a report on the levy, which is on today’s ballot for Tiffin ...

Vehicle, body found in Findlay

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FINDLAY — Findlay Police Department recovered a vehicle and woman’s body from a pond at Owens Community College Monday. Clyde Police Department was notified by Findlay Police Department that it recovered the vehicle of Charlene Robinson, who has been missing since April 4, according to ...