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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 »»

Tackling history’s leftovers

May 4, 2014 Where one person might see an old, dilapidated building in a rundown part of town, Larry Breidenbach sees hidden treasure. more »»

Heroin battle overwhelms

April 27, 2014 For Kayla*, a 22-year-old mother of two, heroin abuse has been a tough battle to figKayla, who has been clean now for nearly five months, said she first began abusing opiates soon after the birth of... more »»

Perfectly Frank

April 20, 2014 SYCAMORE — After working 30 years at a spark plug plant in Fostoria, Franklin Callahan decided he was “too young to sit and do nothin. more »»

A dry basement begins with keeping water out

April 12, 2014 After a cold and snowy winter, the prospect of a rainy spring can put home owners on edge with the threat of water problems and flooded basements. more »»

Landscaping plays role in water management

April 12, 2014 An above-average winter for snowfall, combined with rainy spring weather, can make managing water flow around a home or structure an important topic to address, and a vital problem to fix. more »»

Generators can provide back-up power for your home when the power goes out

April 12, 2014 In the event of a power loss, generators can be a priceless tool for the comfort and safety of home and business owners. John Tracey, store manager of Tractor Supply Co. more »»

It’s a small world after all, and Rick Sterling is in charge of it

April 6, 2014 Visitors to Rick Sterling’s home can’t help but notice a distinctive decorative feature. more »»

Volunteers stretch to help CROSSWAEH clients

March 23, 2014 Volunteers at CROSSWAEH play important roles. more »»

Helping hands abound

March 23, 2014 Like Sister Paulette Schroeder, other volunteers at CROSSWAEH have a common goal of helping clients successfully transition back into the community. more »»

Going for the gold

March 16, 2014 More than 35 students are headed to Columbus next month to compete in the 62nd annual SkillsUSA Ohio Championship. more »»

Remembering when ...

March 2, 2014 Stoner Brothers, Sankey’s, Falkner & Leckrone, Jack Cinnamon’s, Runion’s, Groman’s, Lake Shore Meats, Smith’s, Gaietto’s. more »»

McCartan’s Grocery continues tradition

March 2, 2014 McCartan’s Grocery opened in 1875 at 41 S. Sandusky St. The store is still in operation and still owned by the McCartan famil. more »»

Landscaping with a function equals permaculture

February 23, 2014 Choosing beautiful plants that double as a food source. Selecting ground cover that produces fruit. Saving rainwater for irrigation during dry months. Planting herbs in the front yar. more »»

‘Be here. Be present.’

February 18, 2014 John Bruna has lived at nearly every economic level and worked in a multitude of occupations in his life. more »»

100

February 11, 2014 Valentine’s Day, 1914, identical twin girls were born to George and Gertrude Wood in Moorefield. more »»

Tiffin family adopts a Dragon

February 9, 2014 One Tiffin University family decided to open their home to an international student through the school’s Adopt a Dragon program. more »»

Look to library for winter getaway ideas

February 9, 2014 This winter weather has been relentless, hasn’t it? Snow, ice, wind and below-normal temperatures have mixed to create a recipe of gray skies, barren fields and, of course, cabin feve. more »»

The Laird rises again

February 2, 2014 With economic development as a focus of the city’s administration, and a concern of the public, the Laird building in downtown Tiffin is showing growth and promise for local businesses. more »»

 
 

 

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