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Joann Groce: First Call co-founder still strives to help out

December 24, 2011 Joann Groce has two great loves: music and human services. And at 81, she’s far from losing sight of either one. more »»

Where the wild things are

December 11, 2011 HURON — The new visitors center at Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve has a new look and interactive exhibit. more »»

Hot enough for you?

December 4, 2011 Lisa Swickard says history is her passio. more »»

Stop on by

November 27, 2011 ATTICA — After a 10-year hiatus, the Attica Area Historical Society is to host a holiday home tour 1-4 p.m. Dec. 4. Four homes and a church are to be open for viewing at a cost of $7 per person. more »»

Home sweet home

November 21, 2011 By Nick Dutro Staff Writer Although residents of Tiffin and Seneca County may not see homeless living on the streets every day, it is a reality for many. more »»

Patriotism X 5

November 13, 2011 After Ed Jacobs and Robin Ardner married, they gave birth to a daughter, Olivia, who joined siblings from her parents’ first marriages. Now age 9, she is the youngest of the couple’s eight children. more »»

Ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple

November 6, 2011 ATTICA — The sounds of Seneca East High School’s band are to echo through New York when musicians perform during the NYC Veterans Day Band of Pride Sept. more »»

Veteran to take part in event for heroes

November 6, 2011 FOSTORIA — A U.S. Army veteran from Fostoria who was injured in Iraq is to participate in an event in New York put on by the foundation of a journalist who also was injured in battle. more »»

Fostoria teen to aid CC Sabathia

November 6, 2011 FOSTORIA — A Fostoria teenager whose cancer is in remission is to be a Major League Baseball pitcher’s assistant during a fundraiser Saturday. more »»

Cooling down

November 2, 2011 De-escalating a situation that could become dangerous, or even worse, deadly, is what Crisis Intervention Team training is all about. Sg. more »»

The running man

October 23, 2011 Like the Energizer Bunny, Richard Kinstler has kept going ... and going ... and going .. more »»

‘Lucky girl,’ Elmo entertain ’Berg

October 15, 2011 One of the nearly 400 guests at a lecture at Heidelberg University Friday evening was not like the others. more »»

Pumpkin picking

October 14, 2011 ... more »»

Make a pit stop at Whit’s place

October 8, 2011 By MaryAnn Kromer Staff Writer FORT SENECA —The village north of Tiffin on SR 53 has a small store that dates back to the origins of the community. more »»

Super, just super

September 18, 2011 Three familiar faces are taking the helm at area schools this year. Jude Meyers is serving his first full year as superintendent of Old Fort Local School District and also is the elementary principal. more »»

Ready for primetime

September 4, 2011 When disasters occur, such as flooding from heavy rains in July, a Tiffin business often is called to assist with clean-up. That company is Quick Dry Inc., owned by Richard Zei. more »»

Removing the scars of disaster

September 4, 2011 Construction is a family affair for the Zeises. Richard Zeis builds homes and does a lot of insurance and restoration work after fires and flooding. more »»

Mohican grows to canoe capital

August 28, 2011 LOUDONVILLE — The Mohican River area is celebrating 50 years of canoeing this season. more »»

Joys of river floating

August 28, 2011 I hadn’t been in a canoe for a few years, but last weekend’s trip down the Mohican River with my husband, brothers and sisters-in-law proved to be an interesting experience. more »»

Law and order

August 21, 2011 Not one day is the same as the next for Seneca County Prosecutor Derek DeVin. more »»



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