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Daily Log, Sept. 17

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Brandon A. Somers, 32, of Tiffin, was charged with fail to reinstate and assured clear distance ahead Friday. • A person reported Sunday evening a man went to the movies at 870 W. Market St. and put his hands down a person’s pants. • A theft was reported at ...

Community Calendar, Sept. 17

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Events & Activities Today Knifty Knitters of Clyde, 9 a.m.-noon, Clyde Public Library, 222 W Buckeye St., 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 ...

Community loses man who ‘loved his country’

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A man who served the United States in the U.S. Army, Seneca County as its sheriff and the city of Tiffin as a councilman died Friday. Jim Roberts, an 83-year-old Tiffin resident who was serving as First Ward councilman on Tiffin City Council, died at 10:50 p.m. at St. Francis Home, according ...

Wyandot County Fair hosts cheerleading competition

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UPPER SANDSUKY — School spirit and plenty of gymnastic feats were on display Saturday evening at the Wyandot County Fair cheerleading competition. Squads in various age groups took to the mat and performed their routines with panache in front of competition judges, family and fairgoers ...

Running for freedom

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Runners and walkers cross the starting line at the Second Run/Walk for Freedom 5K at Hedges-Boyer Park Sunday afternoon. Organizers said they received about $6,300 in sponsorships for racers, and about 100 people came to run and walk the cross country-style course Sunday. Proceeds from the race ...

Pedestrian struck on Napoleon Road dies

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FREMONT - A pedestrian struck near Terra State Community College on Wednesday night has died. According to a release from State Highway Patrol, Anthony C. Ervin, 18, of Bloomdale, was struck by a small silver pickup truck that was driving east on Napoleon Road. Ervin was flown from the ...

Calvert homecoming

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Calvert announced Luke Ritzler, son of Tom Ritzler and Lori Ritzler, and Zoe Meyer, daughter of Jay and Heidi Meyer, as Homecoming King and Queen at pregame ceremonies Friday night. The game was postponed until Saturday due to lightning.

Daily Log, Sept. 16

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Tiffin reports • A woman in the 100 block of Wall Street reported Friday afternoon finding prescription drugs and needles at an apartment she was cleaning. • An employee of Robenalt’s Point Drive Thru, 201 Clay St., reported a man walked out without paying for items Friday ...

One-vehicle rollover accident sends three to Bellevue hospital

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Three Columbus residents were transported to The Bellevue Hospital after a rollover accident on SR 4 near TR 124 Saturday afternoon. Anita Robinson, 53 was northbound on SR 4 in a 2006 Ford Explorer about 3:30 p.m. Saturday and attempted to pass another vehicle on the left side, Sergeant Kent ...

Norwalk woman hurt in rollover accident Friday

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A Norwalk woman was injured in a one-vehicle rollover accident on SR 162 at 4:55 p.m. Friday. Sandra A. Kocher, 55, of Norwalk, driving eastbound on SR 162 in a 2008 Chrysler Sebring when her vehicle went off the right side of the road, Sergeant Jeffries of the Fremont post of State Highway ...

Community Calendar, Sept. 16

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Events & Activities Today Pilates @ the Library! 9:15-10:15 a.m. Clyde Public Library, 222 W. Buckeye St., Get moving at the library with our exercise program. Participants should wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat or towel. No registration required for this free program. Call ...

New and old favorites featured at the Heritage Festival

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Fall is here and with the new season comes the annual Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival. New and old favorites will be featured this year. At the Heritage Village, returning is the Rock Creek Mining Sluice, craftsmen, food vendors and Civil War reenactors, who will be conducting marching ...

Greetings from Japan

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Local leaders pose for a photo with representatives of Fine Sinter at the company’s headquarters in Kasugai, Japan.

Learning to drive

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Jarrod Mutchler pretends to dive a John Deere lawn tractor at the Wyandot County Fair Friday.

Fun with Farm Bureau

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Kids in the 13-18 years age group prepare to hammer nails as fast as they can at the annual Friday night Fun with Farm Bureau event at the Wyandot County Fair. Kids younger than 13 and even adults also took a turn with the tools to compete for t-shirts and other prizes in the Junior Fair Arena ...

Daily Log, Sept. 14

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Tiffin reports • Michael P. Nally II, 31, of Tiffin, was charged with driving under suspension and failure to reinstate Thursday. • A woman in the 100 block of St. Francis Avenue reported Thursday evening her daughter’s finger was broken by another student at school Wednesday. • A ...

Several indicted by grand jury

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Several people were indicted by a Seneca County grand jury. Kenneth L. Ansel II, 25, of Norwalk, was charged with escape, a third-degree felony, court records state. Jeremy R. Taylor, 40, was charged with failure to provide notice of residence address change, a third-degree felony. Tony ...

Briefly

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Car show fundraiser for Tiffin man to be hosted at Lowe’s Saturday The family of Tiffin resident James McGee is hosting a car show fundraiser for McGee in the parking lot of Lowe’s Home Improvement, 1025 W. Market St., from 1-4 p.m. Saturday. There is a $15 entry fee for cars and all ...

Taking a tour

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John Kerschner is pictured giving a tour of National Corner to three STEAM classes from Krout 2-3 Elementary School Friday afternoon. During the tour, Kerschner discussed the splash pad and showed students the design and how the facility works.