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Briefly, Aug. 27

August 27, 2014 Auxiliary bishop from Philadelphia selected to lead Toledo diocese TOLEDO (AP) — Pope Francis has appointed the auxiliary bishop from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to lead the Catholic Diocese o... more »»

Youthful entrepreneurship growing in eastern Europe

August 27, 2014 As many in Seneca County and the surrounding area know, Tiffin University offers a master of business administration program in different parts of the world, including eastern Europe. more »»

This just in: Service a lifestyle for newspaper employee

August 26, 2014 As previously announced, the Red Cross is to stage its 2014 Citizen of the Year Celebration with a public luncheon 11:30-1 p.m. Sept. 5 at North Central Ohio Educational Service Center. more »»

Helping hands

August 26, 2014 PHOTO SUBMITTED Last week, the St. Francis community conducted a campus-wide food drive and collected items for The Salvation Army of Tiffi. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, Aug. 26

August 26, 2014 Car show featured for Heritage Festival Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival’s second Independent Car Show is to take place Sept. 21 on Washington Street in front of The Ritz Theatre. more »»


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 »»

Going full circle

August 19, 2014 When Randy Whitmer of Tiffin was 8 years old, his mother died in a car crash. Only 24 years old, she left behind a husband, her son and two daughters. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, Aug. 19

August 19, 2014 Parenting classes booked PatchWorks House in Tiffin is offering free parenting classes at its office at 42 Madison St. • “Protecting Your Child’s Health with Shots” is set for 11 a.m. Thursday. 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 »»

Glass museum breaks out archival materials

August 5, 2014 At 4 p.m. Thursday, the Tiffin Glass Museum is to have a ribbon cutting for its new archival room, just in time for Saturday’s Art Walk in downtown Tiffin. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, Aug. 5

August 5, 2014 Farm stand open daily The Seeds of Hope Farm Stand on the St. Francis campus now is open daily with chemical-free beans, cabbage, zucchini, cucumbers and other produce. more »»

St. Francis gears for fundraising gala

August 5, 2014 Jacob Clolinger attended the Gourmet Gala at St. Francis last year, shortly after being hired as the new director of the Franciscan Earth Literacy Cente. more »»

Area woman undertakes mission work in Jamaica

July 29, 2014 CLYDE — Nearly a year ago, Clyde High School graduate Kristen Larimer completed her degree in American Sign Language at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, North Carolina. more »»

Lifestyle briefs, July 29

July 29, 2014 Fresh produce offered at St. Francis The Seeds of Hope Farm Stand on the St. Francis campus opened Friday with a limited supply of chemical-free vegetables. 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 »»

Tiffin group has a reason to go medieval

July 15, 2014 Those passing through Hedges-Boyer Park on any Sunday afternoon may have caught sight of people dressed in medieval garb doing battle with clubs, mallets and other seemingly primitive weapons. more »»

Briefly, July 15

July 15, 2014 Christmas early in Bettsville; no promise it’ll be a white one BETTSVILLE — Experience Christmas in July at H.P. Eells Park Saturday. Children’s crafts are to be offered at 1 p.m. 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 »»



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