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It’s official: Terra inaugurates Schumacher seventh president

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Distinguished guests, community members, friends and family members welcomed Terra State Community College’s seventh president Friday morning. The inauguration of Ronald M. Schumacher Jr. took place in the college’s Student Activities Center. Guests welcomed Schumacher to his official ...

Spokes women

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PHOTO BY JACOB GURNEY Protective Services Supervisor Mindy Strup (left), Protective Services Caseworker Jenni Zaika (center) and Protective Services Supervisor Jennifer Schumacher, of Seneca County Department of Jobs and Family Services, organize new bicycles that were donated by Bike Lady ...

Woman sentenced to community control for trafficking in cocaine

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A Fostoria woman who pleaded guilty to trafficking in cocaine was sentenced to community control Friday morning. In February, Kelly E. Hutton, 30, pleaded guilty to six counts of trafficking in cocaine, all fifth-degree felonies, during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge ...

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Tiffin man convicted of domestic violence A Tiffin man was sentenced to community control during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael Kelbley’s courtroom. Steven D. Laugherty, 34, entered a plea of no contest with a consent to finding of guilty and was convicted of ...

Daily log, March 23

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Tiffin reports • Marcus E. Lee, 26, of Tiffin, was charged with assault Thursday. • Jennifer J. Klegman, 41, of Tiffin, was charged with theft Thursday. • Russell W. Hochmuth, 20, of Tiffin, was charged with underage Thursday. • Samuel J. Brock, 56, of Tiffin, was charged with ...

United Way campaign chugging along, reaching 90 percent of goal

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As the Tiffin-Seneca United Way celebrates its 75th year of serving the needs of the residents of Seneca County, it continues to move forward on an annual campaign to raise money for local community health and human service providers. This year’s campaign chairman, Charles Ervin, ...

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Ohio Outdoor & Wildlife Expo set for March 30 in Huron The Ohio Outdoor & Wildlife Expo is 10 a.m.-7 p.m. March 30 at Sawmill Creek Resort, 400 Sawmill Creek Drive, Huron. At the event, visitors can connect with industry leaders and experts on birding, boating, hunting, fishing, ...

Community Calendar, March 23

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Events & Activities Today Guys and Dolls musical, 7 p.m., Calvert High School, 152 Madison St, Tiffin. Adults $7 Students and seniors $5. Open mic/karaoke, 7 p.m. VFW Post 2858, 245 N. TR 91, Tiffin. Sunday Sit & Stitch, 1:30-3:30 p.m., Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, Junior ...

Junior Home juniors

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PHOTO COURTESY OF SHIRLEY VALENTINE This 1943 photo shows members of the junior class at Junior Home High School in Tiffin. Standing (from left) are Kenny “Slick” Jones, Jim Turner, Omer Tolson and Oscar Tolson; seated are (middle row, from left) Elmer “Monkey” Francis, Elbert Davis, ...

Joanie’s Trash to Treasures celebrates with sales

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A local store has been celebrating nine years of being open with special sales this week. Owner Joan Kauffman of Joanie’s Trash to Treasures said they have had different specials going on this week to celebrate and a grand prize is being drawn today. She said they have something called ...

Wolf Creek obstruction removal deemed complete

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County Engineer Mark Zimmerman reported to the Seneca County commissioners Thursday that the Wolf Creek ditch-cleaning project is complete and is moving into the assessment phase. Zimmerman said cost of the cleaning phase was $270,000 to remove log jams, a major sand bar along SR 12 and dead ...

Luck Be a Lady

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Calvert Catholic Middle and High School presents “Guys and Dolls, Jr.” this at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the high school gym. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Ticket cost $7 for adults, $5 for students age 5-18 , $5 for seniors 65 and older and are free for children younger than 5. Tickets may ...

Human trafficking survivor shares story

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A survivor of human trafficking shared her story to a small group of students, professors and community members on the campus of Heidelberg University Thursday evening. The event was rescheduled from January and took place in the University Commons. Lindsay is a survivor of human trafficking. ...

Daily log, March 22

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Tiffin reports • A 600-block West Market Street woman reported her son was assaulted by a neighbor Wednesday afternoon. • A 100-block South Washington Street woman reported her apartment was broken into, a door and frame were damaged and $220 was missing early Thursday morning. County ...

Youth charged after taking vehicle

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A youth was charged after allegedly taking a vehicle and wrecking it at CR 57 and TR 96 Thursday morning. Deputy Richard Best of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said a woman reported her vehicle was stolen from 12165 W. CR 10 Thursday morning. Later, a neighbor’s child reported seeing the ...

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Weather delays opener at Attica raceway ATTICA — Wet, cold weather has forced Attica Raceway Park officials to delay the 2019 season opener until next Friday. “We have rain off and on all day Thursday with a forecast of rain and snow Friday and highs only in the low 40s on Saturday,” ...

Community Calendar, March 22

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Events & Activities Today Family Storytime, 10 a.m., Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, Frost Kalnow Room, 77 Jefferson St. Stories, songs, rhymes and more for the entire family. Registration not required. (419) 447-3751 or www.tiffinsenecalibrary.org. All-you-can-eat fish fry, 4-7 p.m., ...

RE/MAX new location

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RE/MAX Unlimited Results Realty recently moved to a new location downtown. Broker and co-owner Bill Jones of RE/MAX Unlimited Results Realty said they had spent about three years at their previous location at 99 E. Perry St. When the space came available at 108 S. Washington St., they ...

The Renaissance awarded Façade Enhancement

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The Renaissance awarded $10,000 façade grant to replace roof The Architectural Board of Review Tuesday approved a Façade Enhancement Grant to replace the roof of The Renaissance, 27 S. Washington St. Building Owner ReinX3 LLC requested $10,000 for the project to be used to replace the ...