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Republic to update village’s seal

October 22, 2014 REPUBLIC — Republic council members examined several designs for their new seal for the village signs Monday evening. more »»

Possible drug overdose probed

October 22, 2014 Police are investigating an alleged heroin overdose reported Tuesday afternoon on Nelson Street. Detective James Chandler of the Tiffin Police Department said a caller from 239 Nelson St. more »»

Woman charged after child poked with needle

October 22, 2014 A Tiffin woman has been charged with child endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia for an incident earlier this month in which a girl was poked by a hypodermic needle. more »»

St. Francis recitals planned

October 22, 2014 St. Francis School of Music is to conduct two programs at 1 and 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the St. Francis Convent Chapel. more »»

Trick-or-treat event Sunday at Krieg Hall

October 22, 2014 Heidelberg University is to host a community trick-or-treat event 6-8 p.m. Sunday at Krieg Hall, 167 Main St. more »»

Community trick-or-treat set

October 22, 2014 Tiffin University’s Office of Student Affairs is to host the annual Community Trick or Treat at 6-8 p.m. Sunday in the Legacy Courtyard. more »»

Heidelberg to observe domestic violence month

October 22, 2014 Heidelberg to observe domestic violence month The American Association of University Women and Heidelberg University’s Office of Religious Life and Civic Engagement are to sponsor a presentation by... more »»

Women in Civli War focus of discussion

October 22, 2014 FREMONT– The next History Roundtable with Mike Gilbert is titled “Women’s Roles during the Civil War” and is to be presented at 10 a.m. Saturday at The Hayes Presidential Center, Fremon. more »»

Calvert

October 22, 2014 Meridith Lucius (left) is the homecoming queen for Calvert High School. She is the daughter of David and Peggy Lucius. more »»

Lakota

October 22, 2014 PHOTO BY NICOLE WALBY The homecoming court for Lakota Local Schools is (back row, from left) Jordan White, Ethan Harmon, Dakota Gilbert, Ricky Taulker, Caleb Tolerto, Patrick Shull; (middle row,... more »»

TU exhibit examines communication

October 22, 2014 Thursday, Tiffin University is to host Barry Whittaker and Michael Bernhardt’s “Sign Language by Barchael” exhibition in the Diane Kidd Gallery of Art. more »»

Local stylists cutting hair to combat cancer

October 22, 2014 To observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month and to honor the memory of her sister, Gayla Griffin, Lisa McClellan placed a donation jar on the counter of her business at the beginning of October. more »»

Pondering area ghosts, hauntings

October 22, 2014 Legend has it there’s a ghost by the name of Harry who inhabits a nearby trail. more »»

Man robs Heritage IGA

October 21, 2014 Police are investigating a robbery reported Monday evening at Heritage IGA, 479 E. Market St. Lt. more »»

Water updates before council

October 21, 2014 Aqua Ohio Area Manager Scott Ballenger provided Tiffin City Council with an update about 2014 water main replacement projects and announced several projects for 2015 during the meeting Monday evening. more »»

Sex case continued to Nov.

October 21, 2014 A woman arrested in June on several sex-related charges for acts involving minors appeared in court Monday. Veronica L. more »»

Faces on the farm

October 21, 2014 These are some of the decorated pumpkins auctioned during a fundraiser Saturday at Riehm Farms. more »»

County commission agenda

October 21, 2014 Seneca County commissioners are to meet with Seneca Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services President and CEO John Detwiler at 9:30 a.m. today in a work session. more »»

Election board seeking workers

October 21, 2014 Seneca County Board of Elections needs additional Democratic and Republican precinct election officials for the general election, along with future elections. more »»

Village’s pay increases discussed

October 21, 2014 CAREY — In Carey, there will be no more uniform raises. Village council approved an action Monday night in a surprise measure to change the system of pay for its employees. more »»

 
 
 

 

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