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Health Partners of Western Ohio investing $2 million in Tiffin

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After four years of operating out of rented spaces, Tiffin Community Health Center recently completed the renovation of 1344 W. Seneca Ave. and started offering services there July 1, according to a news release from Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership. The facility houses primary care ...

City Council dicusses recent housing study

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City Council was given a presentation on the results of the recent housing study Monday evening. The Housing Opportunities Analysis study was funded by the City of Tiffin and conducted by DiSalvo Development Advisors, LLC starting in November. Presenting the results was Tiffin-Seneca ...

Lakota superintendent receives contract extension

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KANSAS — Lakota Local Schools will have its current superintendent and treasurer under contract for at least the next four school years. Superintendent Dr. Chad Coffman and Norman Elchert were approved for contract extensions at the board of education’s monthly meeting Monday ...

Republic Town Hall to be undergoing structural analysis

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Reviving Republic and the Scipio Republic Area Historical Society plan to have an engineer conduct a structure analysis of the Town Hall accessing its overall condition and an architect making recommendations for costs for its renovation. The organization is short on enough funds to pay the ...

Briefly

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Board of Elections to meet July 31 Seneca County Board of Elections is to meet at 5:15 p.m. July 31 at its office, 71 S. Washington St., to discuss security measures, issues and candidate petition acceptance, GIS, pollworker training schedule and any other business that comes before the ...

Daily Log, July 16

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Tiffin reports • A 200-block Third Avenue man reported Sunday afternoon someone broke into his garage and stole his television. • A 200-block South Sandusky Street woman reported Sunday evening it appeared neighbors were dumping feces out of their window, and it was all over the ...

Several indicted on drug-related charges

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Several people were indicted by a Seneca County grand jury on drug-related charges. Florentino Rodriguez, 27, of Fostoria, was charged with trafficking in cocaine, a first-degree felony; trafficking in marijuana, a second-degree felony; and possessing criminal tools, a fifth-degree felony, ...

Community Calendar, July 16

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Events & Activities Today Knifty Knitters, 9 a.m.-noon Clyde Public Library, 222 W. Buckeye St., Clyde. Are you interested in learning to knit or crochet? Have you been knitting or crocheting for years now? Come join our fun group of pros and beginners as we create items for charity ...

Daily Log, July 15

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Tiffin reports • A 400-block East Perry Street woman reported a man assaulted her and destroyed items Friday night. • Jamey S. Curtiss, 42, of Tiffin, was charged with disrupting public service early Saturday morning. • Andrea K. Hickle, 21, of Fostoria, was charged with theft early ...

Community Calendar, July 15

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Events & Activities Today Preschool Pals - Fishing Fun, 5 p.m., ages 3-5, Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve, Bloomville, (419) 447-8091. Tuesday Knifty Knitters, 9 a.m.-noon, Clyde Public Library, 222 W. Buckeye St., Clyde. For people interested in learning to knit or crochet or ...

New book tells stories of opioids

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In “Not Far from Me: Stories of Opioids and Ohio,” Ohioans tell their stories of loss, recovery and hope in forms as different as poems, paintings, journal entries and letters. There are also many traditional first-person narrative accounts from people describing their connection to ...

Two flown after accident in Bascom

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BASCOM — Two people were transported by Life Flight after an accident on SR 18 Saturday morning. Deputy Chris Weimerskirch of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office said Thomas Wagner, 64, of Fostoria, was driving a Chevrolet Cruze east. Janet Herzog, 56, of Tiffin, was driving an Explorer ...

Downtown stroll

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Walkers enjoy downtown Tiffin during the Summer Stroll Saturday morning. Similar to previous walks, 100% of the proceeds are to be donated to the Downtown Tiffin Revitalization Fund. During the walk, participants were able to walk through the shops and restaurants collecting summer-themed ...

St. Joe Festival

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Tiffin community members take advantage of nice weekend weather at the 66th annual Tiffin St. Joseph Festival Saturday evening.

Berea man dies in motorcycle accident

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A Berea man died in a motorcycle accident in Sandusky County’s Sandusky Township early Saturday morning. According to a release from the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol, Roger Cox, 56, was driving a 2011 Harley-Davidson motorcycle south on US 6, approaching a roundabout. He failed to ...

Briefly, July 15

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Attorney reappointed to committee COLUMBUS — Ohio State Bar Association President Eleana Drakatos has re-appointed Tiffin attorney AJ Wenn to serve as the chair of the OSBA Intellectual Property Law Committee. Wenn, a registered patent attorney with Ward Law Offices LLC, was reappointed ...

In concert at the East Green

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Tiffin University’s a capella group Up In The Air performs Saturday as the opening act at the East Green Amphitheater. The opener was followed by The Brian Fitzy Band.

Music on the Porch at Garlo Nature Preserve

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Marie and Brian Smith play the hammered dulcimer at July’s Music on the Porch event at Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve in Bloomville Friday evening. Marie, who has been playing the instrument since she was 15, said she fell in love with the dulcimer the moment she first saw one being played.

OCVN hike set for Tuesday

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The next hike in a monthly educational hiking series for teens and adults features the Franciscan Earth Literacy Center and its woods and wetlands. The hike begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday. Participants should meet at the FELC building, 194 St. Francis Ave., for the hike sponsored by Seneca County ...

“Women of Spiegel Grove” now on display

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FREMONT — A special exhibit featuring stories of women of the Hayes family and national women’s history issues is now open at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums. The exhibit “Women of Spiegel Grove” is to be on display now through March 29, 2020. The exhibit will feature ...