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Sharing a message of love

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A man who fights human trafficking and slavery had a message of love at Heidelberg University Tuesday morning. Terry Crews, host of “America’s Got Talent,” told those gathered in Seiberling Gymnasium that they are the world changers. Students there, he said, are the future. Crews said ...

Community Calendar, Nov. 14

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Today Senior health check, 9:30-11:15 a.m. Commission on Aging, 382 S. Huron St., Tiffin. For anyone 60 years of age or older. Free but donations appreciated. (419) 447-3691. Thursday Blood drive, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. American Red Cross, Lakota High School, 5200 CR 13, Kansas. Blood ...

Official suggests end date for AEZ

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The Seneca County Board of Commissioners moved to table a decision to not intervene in the Seneca Wind project and setting an end date for the Alternative Energy Zone. Following a town hall meeting Nov. 7, Commissioner Shayne Thomas brought forth a resolution laying out his thoughts on why ...

Senior Calendar, Nov. 14

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Commission on Aging Nutrition Program Thursday — Shredded pork, corn, chowder soup, pea salad, oranges, bun, milk. Friday — Lasagna, mixed vegetables, fruit cocktail, juice, focaccia bread, milk. Monday — Roast beef, mashed potatoes, corn, grapes, roll, mini sandies, milk. Tuesday ...

35 people honored during youth luncheon

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Resilient, community-minded, friendly and a kid magnet were among the ways people honored Tuesday were described by those who know them. More than 35 people were selected to be honored during the 20th-annual Celebrate Youth luncheon, hosted by Seneca County Family and Children First Council, ...

Deer, oh my

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An 8-point buck leaps over a fence in the backyard of a Perry Street home Tuesday morning. The buck and doe spent time walking around the area. To view more photos of the deer, visit cu.advertiser-tribune.com.

Local psychologist explains those ‘Bully Free Zone’ signs

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Firelands’ site director wants to clarify the “Seneca County: Bully Free Zone” signs posted around the county. Michelle Clinger, Ph.d., licensed psychologist and site director of Seneca and Wyandot Counties of Firelands Counseling & Recovery Services, said youth violence and ...

Corn burns in grain dryer Tuesday

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A grain dryer was destroyed by fire in Thompson Township early Tuesday morning. The owner was drying corn in the dryer at 11496 E. TR 148. There was a malfunction, and the corn caught fire inside the dryer, a spokesman for Bellevue Fire Department said. The cause was undetermined Tuesday. ...

Briefly

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TAG announces capital campaign Tiffin Art Guild, which was established in 2006, has created a capital fund campaign to help support the mission through improvements to the new facility at 130 S. Washington St. The campaign also is to fund the Tiffin Art Festival set for June 1. TAG has ...

Briefly

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Sexual assault investigated Tiffin Police Department investigated a report of a sexual assault Tuesday. About 2:30 p.m., an officer was requested in the emergency room of Mercy Health - Tiffin Hospital, 45 St. Lawrence Drive, for a sexual assault. The alleged sexual assault happened ...

Daily Log, Nov. 14

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • A first-block Liberty Street woman reported early Tuesday morning two checks were stolen from her vehicle. • A 100-block Greenfield Street woman reported Tuesday morning a vehicle’s back window had been shot out with a BB gun at an unknown time. County report • ...

Chieftains thank veterans …

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BASCOM — Chieftains expressed their appreciation for veterans’ service Monday morning. Red, white and blue posters thanking veterans hung in the courtyard windows in the main hallway, and local veterans were treated to breakfast before a ceremony in the gymnasium. Fifth-grader Michael ...

Daily Log, Nov. 13

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Kayla Bloom, 28, of Gibsonburg, was charged with a Financial Responsibility Act suspension Friday. • Anthony B. Dawson, 32, of Tiffin, was charged with drugs-abuse instruments Sunday evening. • Devin M. Logan, 19, of Tiffin, was charged with drugs-marijuana ...

Community Calendar, Nov. 13

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Events & Activities Today Basic Drawing - 2nd session, 6-8:30 p.m., Tiffin Art Guild, 130 S. Washington St. Sycamore Community Blood Drive, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., American Red Cross, Sycamore Community Center, 3498 SR 103, Sycamore, 800-733-2767. Collective Goods Flash Sale, 10 a.m.-4 ...

… Heidelberg also thanks vets

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The United Veterans Council presented the colors and delivered a 21-gun salute Monday morning during Heidelberg University’s Veterans Day program outside of Beeghly Library. Heidelberg University President Robert Huntington recognized the Tiffin community and campus veterans. Huntington ...

Indoor sports, fun center to open

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The Pregame has announced plans to open a family-friendly indoor sports and entertainment complex in a portion of the warehouse across from Fort Ball Pizza and next door to the Viaduct, according to a news release from Shuff Consulting LLC. The center is scheduled to open after Jan. 1, the ...

Nature training planned by FELC, park district

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Franciscan Earth Literacy Center and Seneca County Park District are partnering to offer an Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist course this winter in Seneca County. Applications are being accepted for classes to begin Feb. 9. They are to take place 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays and 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on ...

Bake sale at OLC in Carey this weekend

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CAREY — The volunteers at Our Lady of Consolation bakery are preparing for Thanksgiving, making pumpkin pies and dinner rolls for its sale Saturday and Sunday. Also featured are grape pies, apple, Dutch apple and other fruit pies and a variety of breads ans cookies. The bakery benefits shrine ...

Driver cited after car and truck collide at US 224, 23

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ALVADA — A woman was hurt when her car struck a semi at West US 224 and South US 23 Sunday night. Sgt. Kent Jeffries of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said Ebenezer K. Botchway, 45, of Columbus, was driving a 2001 Freightliner Columbia semi north on US 23. Bethany M. Aiello, 29, ...

Briefly, Nov. 13

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Possible overdose reported Tiffin Police Department responded to a possible overdose Sunday evening. A person at 18 Madison St. reported a possible overdose at 5:41 p.m. Sunday, a police department report states. Tiffin Fire Rescue Division also was summoned. H-L board to meet this ...