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Readers, it’s time for a summer of fun

May 19, 2012 Hoooooooo is ready to read? Tiffin-Seneca Public Library’s summer reading program, slated to start next month, is to have various activities with a night theme and has five components this year. more »»

Locomotive stories

May 6, 2012 FOSTORIA — The Fostoria Railroad Preservation Society hosted its third annual Railroad Employees Reunion April 26 at St. Wendelin Parish Cente. more »»

While some doors close, others open

April 29, 2012 Tiffin City Schools is closing one chapter and opening another. more »»

Nuts, God, dog stun

April 26, 2012 CB, a somber young man, stands behind a white wooden cross in a downstage spotlight. He narrates a letter to a pen pal who has been unresponsive to previous letter. more »»

Entertainment briefs

April 26, 2012 Wind down the week with jazz Tonight and every Thursday night from 7-8:30 p.m., a Heidelberg University jazz group is to entertain at Bailiwicks Coffee Co., 62 S. Washington St., Tiffin. more »»

Looking back at northwest Ohio’s role in the War of 1812

April 15, 2012 Northwest Ohio was part of the western front when this young country declared war on Great Britain June 18, 1812. more »»

Regional milestones to get notice

April 15, 2012 As interest in the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War continues, another war is marking its 200th anniversary starting this yea. more »»

Along came Andy

April 8, 2012 A canine handler mourning the loss of a canine officer opted to honor two fallen comrades when his department welcomed a new dog. Tommy, an 8-year-old Dutch shepherd, was euthanized Feb. more »»

Every picture tells a story

March 31, 2012 BLOOMVILLE — Out on TR 58, near Bloomville, is the Rusty Plow Country Gallery, owned by Tiffin Art Guild member, Joe Todd. more »»

Spring has sprung

March 25, 2012 Spring wildflowers in state and county nature preserves are arriving at least three weeks early this year, so people who enjoy seeing them might want to adjust their springtime schedules. more »»

Maple syrup

March 18, 2012 It takes 40 gallons of sap from a maple tree and a lot of human work to produce one gallon of that sweet liquid that goes on pancakes, on top of ice cream — and just about anywhere else something... more »»

Local protesters abandon vigil, still committed to peace

February 26, 2012 March 15, 2004, a group of demonstrators gathered at the Seneca County Courthouse to protest the start of the war in Ira. more »»

Call her The Organizer

January 29, 2012 Separating memories from objects is one of the most difficult tasks when trying to get organize. more »»

Catch the wave

January 22, 2012 Neither snow, nor cold nor early morning darkness can deter a group of swimmers who show up at 5 a.m. most days at the YMCA pool. Ranging in age from 49 to 84, they are aquatic “birds of a feath. more »»

Getting those kids into the great wide open

January 14, 2012 Spending time outside in nature may mean the difference between nurturing healthy children and kids who are overstressed and suffering from “nature deficit disorder. more »»

Tackling tax tasks

January 10, 2012 When Lonnie Corthell and Robert Manz retired from more than 30 years of employment for the Ohio Department of Taxation, they wanted to find a way to maintain their training while making a... more »»

Artist’s reception scheduled

January 10, 2012 FOSTORIA — Wesley Memorial Gallery is to host a reception for Fostoria artist David Lorek 1:30-3:30 p.m. Sunday at Wesley Memorial Gallery. more »»

Restoration work closes Hayes Presidential Center

January 10, 2012 FREMONT — The Hayes Presidential Center is in the final stages of its four-year restoration of the home of 19th U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes. more »»

Local fundraiser to help nurse waging battle on ovarian cancer

January 10, 2012 A benefit for Ann Seitz is planned Jan. 21 at Tiffin AMVETS. The event is to include a spaghetti dinner served 5-8 p.m., prize raffles, 50/50 drawing, cash bar, and music by Rusty Vinyl from 8-10 p.m. more »»

Lifestyle briefs

January 10, 2012 Pro-life dinner to be served The Tiffin Knights of Columbus are to host a pro-life dinner 5-8 p.m. Thursday at the K of C Hall, 49 E. Perry St. The cost for the Swiss steak dinner is $7. more »»

 
 
 

 

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