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Fair results, July 25

July 25, 2014 Senior Fair Photography Youth, Color, Grades 7-12 Portraits and Personalities: Bailey Huss, New Riegel; 2nd, Sarah Goshe. Domestic Pets: 1st, Sarah Goshe; 2nd, Iva Gillmore, Green Springs. more »»

Spotless

July 24, 2014 Gavan Kelly, a member of the Eden Jr. Farmers 4-H club, washes Spot, a Holstein calf, in preparation for the show Wednesday at the Seneca County Fair. more »»

Alumna hired as Old Fort principal

July 24, 2014 OLD FORT — Old Fort Board of Education hired a new high school principal Wednesday morning during a special meeting. more »»

Shooting suspect to get new attorney

July 24, 2014 An 18-year-old man accused of shooting and killing a 20-year-old Fostoria woman during a residential burglary in May appeared in court Wednesday. more »»

About horses

July 24, 2014 The Seneca County Fair’s grandstand welcomed draft horses to the track Wednesday. more »»

Show biz

July 24, 2014 From left, Olivia Zimmerman, Cody Rainey, and Kylee Frankart show their market lambs Wednesday night at the Seneca County Fair. more »»

Tiffin woman sentenced to 36 months

July 24, 2014 A Tiffin woman who was arrested following a drug-related search warrant at her Willow Creek apartment in April was sentenced to 36 months in prison Tuesday. Chelsa M. more »»

Panel OKs incentive for new businesses

July 24, 2014 SYCAMORE — At a Sycamore Village Council meeting Tuesday evening, Tammy Siler, Myron Jackson’s sister, was present to see if a conclusion would be reached about the land-issue between him and the... more »»

Carey Village Council fills vacant position

July 24, 2014 CAREY — Carey Village Council has a new face and a new voice after Mellisa Cole was approved Monday by the council to fill the vacant seat of John Green, who resigned at the end of May. more »»

Rally calls for halt to Gaza bombing

July 24, 2014 Local activists are joining a National Day of Solidarity with Gaza by gathering at 5 p.m. today at Courthouse Square in downtown Tiffin. more »»

Dinner to provide funds for museum

July 24, 2014 A benefit dinner for the American Civil War Museum of Ohio is 5-7:30 p.m. Friday at the Tiffin Knights of Columbus, 49 E. Perry St. Chef Herb Faber is cooking beef and noodles. The cost is $7. more »»

Parenting classes help children, adults

July 24, 2014 PatchWorks House has announced free parenting classes for summer and fall. All are to take place at 42 Madison St. “Co-Parenting: Working Together after Divorce or if Never Married,” is 10:30 a.m. more »»

Fostoria concert in the works

July 24, 2014 FOSTORIA — Dave and Glenn of the Xpando Band, with Fostoria musicians Mike Jones and the Hanson Brothers, are to perform at 7:30 p.m. more »»

Fair hosts rodeo

July 24, 2014 Cowgirls and cowboys are to saddle up to participate in Seneca County Fair’s rodeo, which starts today and continues Friday. The fair is to welcome Broken Horn Rodeo back to the grandstand. more »»

Fair results, July 24

July 24, 2014 Senior Fair Open Class/ Jackpot Swine Breeding Gilt January: 1st, Katelyn Shellhammer, Tiffin. February: 1st, Kailyn Ledwedge, Tiffin; 2nd, Collin Anway, Tiffin. more »»

Squeaky-clean fun

July 23, 2014 Girls ages 8-9 tries to catch a pig during the pig scramble at the Seneca County Fair Tuesday. About 260 kids ages 6-15 tried to catch 84 pigs during the festivities. more »»

TCS teachers’ agreement OK’d

July 23, 2014 A tentative three-year collective bargaining agreement with the Tiffin Education Association was approved by the Tiffin City Board of Education Tuesday evening. The previous agreement expired June 30. more »»

Elections board revises request

July 23, 2014 Board of elections representatives cut an additional budget request by 60 percent during Tuesday’s Seneca County commissioners meeting. more »»

Man pleads not guilty in Fostoria shooting

July 23, 2014 A man indicted on charges in connection to a May shooting in Fostoria that resulted in the death of a 20-year-old woman appeared in court Tuesday for an arraignment. more »»

Enthusiasts enjoy camaraderie of horseshoes

July 23, 2014 Bob Ward Sr. says horseshoe pitching is in his blood. Ward, 82, has been pitching for as long as he can remember and said he began playing the game with pony shoes. more »»

 
 

 

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