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Timber!

August 24, 2014 Wednesday marked the 220th anniversary of the Battle of Fallen Timbers, an event historians often cite as a turning point in Ohio history. The battle took place Aug. more »»

Harold Walliser celebrates hall of fame career in announcing

August 17, 2014 When Harold Walliser took his tractor to a local pull in the early 1950s, he never imagined he someday would be an announcer for the National Tractor Pulling Championships and be recognized for his... more »»

Algae in bloom

August 10, 2014 The appearance of toxic algal blooms in Lake Erie near Toledo last week was not a surprise. A forecast for a significant bloom had been announced last month. more »»

Trenching business finds global success

August 3, 2014 Before Denny Kirian of rural Tiffin invented and built a tractor-mounted field trencher in 2000, he hadn’t thought much about traveling to New Zealand. Or Uruguay. Or Europ. 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 »»

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 »»

Tiffin U backs up Ben Folds

June 26, 2014 When rocker Ben Folds came to perform with the Columbus Symphony Saturday, his team turned to the Tiffin University Music Department to provide his background vocals. more »»

Faith-based concert boasts Clyde quartet

June 26, 2014 ROCKFORD — Saturday, the Rockford Belle, 135 Market St., Rockford, is to host autoharpist Patrick Briede II of Decatur, Indiana, and Southern gospel singers, The Fishermen Quartet of Clyd. more »»

Boy, age 8-12, sought for movie

June 26, 2014 Richard Hicks Casting is looking for a boy 8-12 years old and weighing 150-200 pounds to appear in a new feature film, “Weightless. more »»

July stage productions around the area

June 26, 2014 • “Les Miserables,” The Ritz Players’ summer musical, 7:30 p.m. July 11, 12, 19 and 2 p.m. July 20, The Ritz Theatre, 30 S. Washington St., Tiffin. more »»

Custom apparel shop owners seek to make national connections

June 22, 2014 A group of Fostoria High School graduates has opened a custom apparel shop in downtown Fostoria with designs on national prominence. For now, Connexionsink, 110 N. Main St. more »»

Doctor explains causes of anemia

June 21, 2014 Blood is made up of many different cells, including red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Anemia is a condition in which the number of red blood cells in the blood are lower than normal. more »»

Longtime choir director steps down

June 21, 2014 Ron Burkett, choir director at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Tiffin, has decided to step back from these duties after 37 years of service to the congregation in this capacity. more »»

Art by Tiffin woman on exhibit in Toledo

June 17, 2014 Through September, visitors at Toledo Museum of Art can view “Zeroes and Ones,” an exhibit of art inspired by video games and technology. more »»

From ash to art

June 1, 2014 When Tiffin resident Beth Walliser found out an ash tree in her yard had been affected by emerald ash borer, she decided to find a way to preserve the 134-year-old tree. more »»

Strides being made against Alzheimer’s disease

May 11, 2014 Today, families are honoring their mothers with gifts, gatherings and a show of appreciation. more »»

Support groups available for Alzheimer’s patients, family

May 11, 2014 Cathy Buskirk is the manager of the Chiara Center, the unit for dementia patients at St. Francis Home. At the time of this writing, the unit had 19 residents, with space for three more. more »»

Catching up with J.J. Fleck

May 6, 2014 The docents served a spring lunch Saturday afternoon at the Seneca County Museum. About 30 guests were finishing their food when they heard a knock on the door of the Fort Ball Roo. more »»

 
 

 

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