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One man sentenced, another chooses trials

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By Jill Gosche Online Editor jgosche@advertiser-tribune.com Two men who were indicted by a Seneca County grand jury in connection to a high-speed chase in May appeared before Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff Monday. Seneca County Sheriff's Office deputies had been sent to ...

Elite Sports & Culture Week spotlight: Amanda Everlove

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Amanda Everlove is to be among the 20-plus Olympians and Paralympians in the Tiffin area Oct. 23-25 for Elite Sport and Culture Week hosted by Tiffin University, Mercy Health - Tiffin Hospital, Terra State Community College and National Machinery. Growing up in Valencia, California, Everlove ...

Daily log, Sept. 18

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Tiffin reports • A shoplifter was reported at Walmart, 2801 W. SR 18, Sunday evening. • Campus security in the 100 block of Miami Street reported Monday morning a jar of marijuana was in a student’s car in the parking lot. County reports • Robert C. Daughenbaugh, 50, of Tiffin, ...

Briefly

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Clyde man’s case dismissed An indictment against a Clyde man was dismissed. Oakford A. Leiter Jr., 34, had been charged with menacing by stalking, a fourth-degree felony, and theft, a fifth-degree felony. Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff approved Seneca County ...

H-L board continues teacher suspension

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BASCOM — Hopewell-Loudon Board of Education took action to continue the suspension of high school teacher Jill Welty during a special meeting Sunday. She was suspended without pay. Welty, who teaches social studies, College Credit Plus and technology, has been suspended since the first day ...

Festival fun

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Presley Borowski (left) and Ollie Perry, both of Tiffin and both age 2, race wooden trains down an elevated track Sunday afternoon in the children’s area at Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival.

Tiffin Drive-in hosting neon sign fundraiser

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Further fundraising efforts are continuing for the Tiffin Drive-In with a special event this weekend. The drive-in is to host the Colorun Fest starting at noon Saturday at the theater, 4101 N. SR 53. The event is a fundraiser for the drive-in’s Historic Drive-In Revitalization Fund, which ...

Round and round

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Anna West, 5, of Upper Sandusky, enjoys a pony ride at the Wyandot County Fair Sunday afternoon. More fair coverage on page 8A.

Woman injured in roll-over

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SYCAMORE — A woman was injured in a single-vehicle rollover accident on SH 103, west of Sycamore Sunday evening. Sgt. Brandon Kromer of Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office said Jodie Magnusson, 46, of Nevada, was traveling west on SH 103 in a 2004 Buick car. She went off the left side of the ...

Sunday announcements, Sept. 16

Community Announcements

Story time event planned at T-SPL Preschool story time is to take place at 10 a.m. Tuesday and Sept. 25 in the Frost Kalnow Room of Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St. The program features stories, poems, songs, finger plays, crafts and more. For more information, call ...

Daily Log, Sept. 17

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • A person reported Saturday evening a purse and a phone that were stolen from the Viaduct Bar and Grill, 84 N. Washington St. • Delilah J. Abbot-Woodland, 61, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday. • An employee of the Double Barrel Bar and Grill, 295 ...

Community Calendar, Sept. 17

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Events & Activities Tuesday, Sept. 18 “Karl Rahner: Theologian of Grace — Part II,” 10-11 a.m., A DVD discussion series presented by the Rev. Dr. Richard Lennan, St. Francis Spirituality Center Greccio room, 200 St. Francis Ave. Offering. Registration requested at (419) 443-1485 ...

Scramble is a favorite at Wyandot County Fair

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People of all ages took part in the calf scramble in the arena at the Wyandot County Fair Sunday afternoon. Chad Gottfried, a member of Wyandot County Fair Board, said the scramble included three divisions: children 9 and younger in the chicken scramble, children 9-14 in the lamb scramble and ...

Wyandot County Fair results

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JUNIOR FAIR SCOUT BOOTHS Most Eye Catching: Girl Scout Troop 1170. Most Creative: Upper Sandusky Girl Scout Troop 211. Best Display of Projects: Carey Girl Scout Troops 1812, 3505 and 3516. Honorable Mention: Boy Scout and Eagle Scout 123. HORSES AND PONIES Queen: Sarah Studer, ...

Frost-Kalnow Amphitheater on East Green called success

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As the East Green Summer Concert Series winds down, several people have said the series — as well as the new green space — have been a success. Andrew Kalnow, CEO/owner of National Machinery and chair of the East Green Summer Series, said there were a number of intersecting motives for ...

Man charged Saturday with kidnapping

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A Tiffin man was charged with kidnapping Saturday. Sgt. Jake Demonte of Tiffin Police Department said Cooper J. Zoeller, 24, was charged with one count of kidnapping. A woman reported a man refused to let her leave over a six hour period and he kept her there by force including choking and ...

Bass wood

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PHOTO BY Jacob Gurney Wood carver Jacob Smith works on a fish he carved at the Wyandot County Fair Saturday.

Ball game

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PHOTO BY JACOB GURNEY Wade Vaughn (right) throws a ball toward bowls of water while his son Wyatt, 3, looks on at the Wyandot County Fair Saturday afternoon.

Daily log, Sept. 16

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • A person reported domestic violence in the 100 block of Third Avenue Friday afternoon. • An employee of Circle K, 272 N. Sandusky St., reported the theft of candy Friday night. • John W. Smith, 26, of Tiffin, was charged with disorderly conduct Saturday. • Jamel ...

Man gets prison time for sex crime involving 4-year-old

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A Deshler man who pleaded guilty to a sex-related crime involving a 4-year-old girl was sentenced to five years in prison Friday. Julian Magallanes, 26, had been indicted by a Seneca County grand jury on charges of rape, a first-degree felony, and gross sexual imposition, a third-degree ...