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Train strikes truck

August 8, 2015 ATTICA — A man got out of his truck before it was struck by a train early Friday morning. Sgt. more »»

Author addresses teachers

August 8, 2015 An author and speaker addressed area school teachers Friday during the 2015 Opening Day Teacher Convocation. more »»

Elchert is new Lakota treasurer

August 8, 2015 Lakota school board Thursday selected a Lakota alumni, Norm Elchert, to serve as the district treasurer, replacing Jennifer Hedrick who has accepted the same position with Hopewell-Loudon schools. more »»

Attica expecting 9 bids on plant

August 8, 2015 ATTICA — Engineer Lyn Makeever said nine bid packages have been picked up for the installation of a lagoon and construction of a wastewater treatment plant. Bid opening is set for Aug. 19. more »»

Eisenhower the cat

August 8, 2015 Eisenhower is a 2-year-old neutered male American shorthair cat. The cat was taken the Humane Society injured as a stray April 28, and the staff nursed him back to health. He now is ready for a hom. more »»

Tiffin Franciscans celebrate golden jubilee

August 8, 2015 Several sisters at Sisters of St. Francis are marking their golden jubiliees. Those celebrating 50 years as Sisters of St. more »»

Get a jump on the first Local Foods Week at Saturday’s farmers market

August 7, 2015 Local residents can start celebrating the first-ever Ohio Local Foods Week a day early and catch the last day of National Farmers Market Week by attending the Seneca County Farmers Market in Downtow... more »»

Peace signs

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Bloomville council approves police pay rates

August 7, 2015 BLOOMVILLE — Bloomville’s council approved the police committee’s recommendation Wednesday night that the pay rate for an officer in training is $8.10 per hour. more »»

Man indicted on four charges

August 7, 2015 A McCutchenville man was indicted on four charges by a Seneca County grand jury. Jeffrey B. more »»

Woman who died at home identified

August 7, 2015 Seneca County Sheriff’s Office identified the woman whose death in Republic is under investigation. A person had reported to the sheriff's office a woman was unresponsive and not breathing at 305 S. more »»

Optimist Club to host car wash

August 7, 2015 Tiffin Optimist Club is to have a car wash fundraiser 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday at Auto Zone, Tiffin. Proceeds are to support activities, programs and projects for area youth. Donations are accepted. more »»

Summer Harvest Gala to return

August 7, 2015 The eighth annual Summer Harvest Gourmet Gala is 6-9 p.m. Aug. 14 on the grounds of the St. Francis Campus in Tiffin. more »»

Part of SR 19 to close Tuesday

August 7, 2015 SR 19 is to be closed between TR 44 and Crawford-Seneca County Line Road beginning Tuesday for culvert replacement. Traffic is to be detoured via SR 67, SR 100 and SR 103. more »»

Road opened

August 7, 2015 SR 100, between SR 67 and TR 44, now is open. Intermittent lane restrictions are possible on SR 100, between SR 67 and TR 44, for finish work. more »»

Mercy Family Care in Tiffin changing hands

August 6, 2015 Mercy Tiffin Hospital announced Tuesday Mercy Family Care McAuley is to be transferred to Health Partners of Western Ohio, based in Lima. The change is to be effective Sept. 2. more »»

Fire displaces apartment residents

August 6, 2015 ATTICA — Five family members were displaced after a fire started at their apartment Wednesday night. The fire at 116 S. Main St. was reported at 9:08 p.m. more »»

New TU dean looking at melding criminal justice, social science

August 6, 2015 Looking to move back into a private university, Gordon Crews is the new dean of the School of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences at Tiffin University. more »»

Committee ponders new storage building for police, parks

August 6, 2015 One project could be the solution to problems for two departments. more »»

Fostoria man sentenced on drug charges

August 6, 2015 A Fostoria man arrested as part of a drug sweep in June was sentenced to seven months in prison in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom Wednesday. David P. more »»



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