Two people were indicted by a Seneca County grand jury.
Dwight J. Morton, 28, of Fostoria, was charged with possession of cocaine, a fourth-degree felony, and possession of cocaine and aggravated possession of drugs, fifth-degree felonies, according to court records.
Brian D. Goins, 54, of Fostoria, was charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle, a fourth-degree felony.
Spiegel Grove Squires have back-to-back August home games
FREMONT — The Spiegel Grove Squires, the vintage base ball team at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums, will play home games the next two Sundays.
Both games begin at 2 p.m. and will take place on the lawn behind the historic Hayes Home. Admission is free.
Sunday the Squires will play the Canton Cornshuckers and Aug. 25, they will play the Canal Dover Red Legs.
The Squires bring to life the sport in the 1860s, when it became organized with standard rules of play for clubs. Back then, base ball was spelled with two words.
The Squires are volunteers. They have studied and learned the methods of play used in the 1860s, including playing bare-handed. Players are called ballists, and they wear period-style uniforms and adopt the language of 19th-century base ball during their matches, as the games were called during the 1860s.
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Short film on Nixon to be shown at film festival
FREMONT — A film about President Richard Nixon’s strange interaction with war protesters on a 1970 night will be shown this fall at the American Presidents Film & Literary Festival.
“Nixon’s Coming,” directed by Scott Calonico, is one of the short films that will be featured at the festival Friday, Oct. 4 – Sunday, Oct. 6, at various locations in Fremont.
A schedule of show times and tickets will be available at americanpresidentsfilmfestival.org.
“Nixon’s Coming” examines a bizarre moment in Nixon’s presidency that took place on May 8, 1970.