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Findlay today could be Tiffin Tomorrow

August 22, 2010 Tiffin isn’t the only city in the area working on redeveloping its downtown. For the past 10 years, community members have been working in Findlay to improve its historic downtown. more »»

Canes and coins

July 25, 2010 more »»

Citizen of the world calls Tiffin home

December 28, 2008 At 85 years of age, Florence Triendl may move a bit slower, but she certainly still is on the go. One morning each week, Triendl tutors first graders at Noble Elementary School. more »»

Straight dope on a bad drug

December 21, 2008 Within the past few months, heroin abuse and trafficking has increased significantly in Seneca County. more »»

Facts about heroin

December 21, 2008 According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse Web site, heroin is made from morphine, a naturally occurring substance extracted from the seed pod of the Asian opium poppy plant, and appears as a... more »»

Duo looks for grace in dissonance

January 3, 2008 More than a year ago, Morgen and Theo Stiegler launched a musical duo known as Dissonant Grace. The husband-and-wife team performs original compositions and their own arrangements of cover tunes. more »»

Toledoan filming Ohio bands

January 3, 2008 Nathan Elias works at a bookstore, but he’d rather be shooting footage for an independent film he hopes to release later this year. more »»

Hometown filmmaker invites community to witness ‘Stars of Ohio’

January 3, 2008 Lindsay Byrne is to attend the screening of her film, “Stars of Ohio” this Friday at the National Theatre. more »»

Bird numbers go down

December 28, 2007 Counters found only 6,417 total birds and 56 different species during this year’s Christmas Bird Count Dec. 15, compared to numbers usually closer to 10,000 individual birds. more »»

Want to avoid the winter blahs? Think vertical

December 28, 2007 Many flower gardens show a completely different and far less attractive aspect to the world in the winter tim. more »»

Harlett preserves the past with music, stories

December 20, 2007 As a youth, Nancy Harlett of Tiffin played classical music on the cello. Now about to turn 65, she can look back on about 40 years of singing and playing folk music on her acoustic guitar. more »»

Dave McQuistion, come on down!

December 20, 2007 Dave McQuistion of Tiffin usually spends his days delivering baked goods to stores in the area, but last week, he was interviewed on the radio and appeared on the popular television game show, “The... more »»

At Heidelberg College Growing spiritually in Maxwell’s house

December 19, 2007 At 22 years old, James Maxwell says he doesn’t have qualifications listed on the campus minister’s job description, but he can relate to his peers as he helps them understand their fait. more »»

Whaleys enjoying warm TU welcome

December 19, 2007 When God had plans for Tabitha Whaley, he included her parents, to. more »»

Couples can work on thier ties

December 18, 2007 BETTSVILLE — Statistics indicate 25 percent of marriages are healthy, 50 percent are “stagnant” and 25 percent are in crisis. more »»

Anybody want a popcorn ball?

December 18, 2007 Shoppers at Kroger, the Pharm, Tiffin Hardware, IGA, Al’s Marathon, Rock Run and many other places in Tiffin no doubt have seen the giant bags of popcorn balls that appear every year at this time. more »»

‘Nutcracker’ glides into town Saturday

December 13, 2007 More than 40 young dancers from the Tiffin area will be joining 16 professional dancers when Von Heidecke’s Chicago Festival Ballet presents “The Nutcracker” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at The Ritz Theatre. more »»

Red Hats roll out holiday merriment

December 13, 2007 The luncheon guests wore hats of every description, from cowboy styles to tams, turbans, fedoras and even Santa hats. And the colors of the day were red and purple. more »»

Signs of the times

November 30, 2007 more »»



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