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Area woman undertakes mission work in Jamaica

July 29, 2014 CLYDE — Nearly a year ago, Clyde High School graduate Kristen Larimer completed her degree in American Sign Language at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, North Carolina. more »»

 
 
 
Lifestyle briefs, July 29

July 29, 2014 Fresh produce offered at St. Francis The Seeds of Hope Farm Stand on the St. Francis campus opened Friday with a limited supply of chemical-free vegetables. more »»

Getting around nature with disabilities

July 27, 2014 People with disabilities sometimes find themselves limited by circumstances when they want to go outdoors to enjoy a nature trail or maybe an afternoon of fishing, but Seneca County has many options... more »»

Being Birdseye

July 27, 2014 “By silent merit alone” seem to be the words that epitomize the life of Gen. James “Birdseye” McPherson. more »»

Tiffin group has a reason to go medieval

July 15, 2014 Those passing through Hedges-Boyer Park on any Sunday afternoon may have caught sight of people dressed in medieval garb doing battle with clubs, mallets and other seemingly primitive weapons. more »»

Briefly, July 15

July 15, 2014 Christmas early in Bettsville; no promise it’ll be a white one BETTSVILLE — Experience Christmas in July at H.P. Eells Park Saturday. Children’s crafts are to be offered at 1 p.m. more »»

Grist mill offers education on grains

July 13, 2014 ARCHBOLD — A grand summer outing might be a trip to Historic Sauder Village to see the renovation of a historic water-powered grist mil. more »»

Bringing back the barn owls

July 13, 2014 Often described as ghostly when they’re seen flying through the night, barn owls were a common nocturnal sight 50 years ago in most parts of Ohio. more »»

Lunch is served

July 8, 2014 FOSTORIA — Seventeen years ago, the congregation at First Presbyterian Church in Fostoria began a ministry called Feed My Kids, a summer program to provide free lunches. more »»

Annual parish festival returning to St. Joseph

July 8, 2014 A summer tradition in Tiffin is to get underway again this weekend with the St. Joseph Festival at 36 Melmore St. The General Store is to open its doors at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Activity Center gym. more »»

Country show slated

July 8, 2014 The Fostoria Community Arts Council is to present Bowling Green musician Connor Rose noon-1 p.m. Wednesday on the lawn at the Fostoria Municipal Building. The country concert is free. more »»

Briefly, July 8

July 8, 2014 Program covers eye matters The next meeting of the International Low Vision Support Group is 10:30-11:30 a.m. today at St. Francis Home, 182 St. Francis Ave. more »»

Local historian, re-enactor to speak

July 1, 2014 The American Civil War Museum of Ohio is to host Bob Minton of Fostoria at 1 p.m. July 12 with his program, “Behind the Scenes of ‘The Light of Freedom. more »»

Food pantry has holiday hours

July 1, 2014 FOSTORIA — Pantry Plus of Seneca County Executive Director Stacy LaFountaine has announced Pantry Plus of Seneca County will be open Friday, even though it is a holiday. more »»

Fostoria documentary to be previewed

July 1, 2014 FOSTORIA — Last September, local filmmakers Matt Erman and Rhonda Morrow of Capture1 Studios produced “The History of Fostoria, Volume I: Fostoria’s Firsts. more »»

Restored Tin Goose returning to region

July 1, 2014 PORT CLINTON — Experimental Aircraft Association Tin Goose Chapter 1247 has arranged to bring a restored, flying Ford Tri-Motor back to the region today through Sunday to offer rides to the public. more »»

Nassar farm hit by Israeli military

July 1, 2014 Daoud Nassar, a Christian farmer from Palestine, visited Fostoria in November to speak about Tent of Nations, a non-profit organization he founded at his family farm near Bethlehem to promote peace,... more »»

Sifting through history

June 29, 2014 In addition to unearthing Civil War history, an archaeology site on Marblehead peninsula at the former Johnson’s Island prison incubates future historians and archaeologists. more »»

History

June 29, 2014 Johnson’s Island originally was named Bull’s Island and was part of a tract of land owned by Epaproditus Bull, according to the Johnson’s Island Preservation Society’s website, www.johnsonsisland.org. more »»

It’s the people’s library

June 29, 2014 The Seneca Advertiser, of May 19, 1848, mentioned the fact there was not sufficient spirit and energy in the citizens to establish a public library, according to Myron B. Barnes. more »»

Annual poker run set for July 4-5

June 24, 2014 As the July 4 holiday approaches, Walnut Grove Campground south of Tiffin is gearing up for its 2014 Children’s Benefit and 11th annual Nicholas Beier Golf Cart Poker Ru. more »»

 
 

Brown Bag Sale July 31, 2014

Brown Bag Sale, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. St. Vincent De Paul, downtown Tiffin. (419) 447-8218. Filll a bag for $3. more »

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  1. 2017 -- 200 years after Erastus Bowe built an inn/tavern near Fort Ball
  2. 2020 -- 200 years after Josiah Hedges arrived in Oakley
  3. 2021 -- 200 years after Hedges bought land and named the settlement “Tiffin”
  4. 2022 -- 200 years after the first structures were built in Tiffin
  5. 2024 -- 200 years after Seneca County was established, with Tiffin as the county seat
  6. 2035 -- 200 years after Tiffin was incorporated
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Sometimes You Get Lucky

July 26, 2014 Today is a special day in our household. Thirty-four years ago my wife Anita and I tied the knot. I asked and she said yes. The rest is history. A beautiful and wonderful history. more »

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