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Hartschuh, Harrison take roles with Ohio Farm Bureau

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COLUMBUS — Rose Hartschuh of Sycamore and Paul Harrison of Fostoria are serving on the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation Policy Development Committee. The committee collects and organizes public policy recommendations from county Farm Bureaus and presents the final policy suggestions to be voted on ...

Two dogs to be returned to Tiffin man

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Two dogs are to be returned to a Tiffin man who was charged in Tiffin-Fostoria Municipal Court. Orville N. Alabaugh, 72, was charged with depriving a companion animal of necessary sustenance or confining the companion animal without supplying it during the confinement with sufficient ...

Three hurt in Market Street accident

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Three people were hurt in an accident on Market Street at Nile Street on Monday afternoon. Lt. Jason Windsor of Tiffin Police Department said Brian Jackson, 27, of Tiffin, was driving a Dodge Ram, Darlene Wertz, 59, of New Riegel, was driving a Honda Civic, and Cara Kummerer, 25, of Tiffin, ...

Walmart temporarily evacuated for odor investigation

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Tiffin’s Walmart store was evacuated for about half an hour Monday evening for an investigation into an electrical odor. Capt. Mike Steyer of Tiffin Fire Rescue Division said he found no haze, smoke or immediate danger. It smelled like an overheated ballast for fluorescent lighting, he ...

Woman admits theft from Murphy USA

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A Fostoria woman admitted Monday she took more than $5,000 from Murphy USA. Frankie R. Wyant, 22, pleaded guilty to a charge of theft, a fifth-degree felony, during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff’s courtroom. Wyant was working at Murphy USA, 2915 W. SR 18, ...

Fostoria man sentenced to prison on drug-related charges

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A Fostoria man was sentenced to nearly five years in prison Monday afternoon after admitting he trafficked cocaine seven times from June through August 2018. Marques A. Smith, 26, pleaded guilty to seven counts of trafficking in cocaine, one second-degree felony, one fourth-degree felony and ...

Bloomville woman hurt in accident at US 224, SR 19

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A Bloomville woman was hurt in an accident at US 224 and SR 19 on Monday morning. Trooper Mark Sorg of the Fremont post of State Highway Patrol said Karen Myers, 65, of Bloomville, was driving a 2012 Ford Focus north on SR 19, and Lynn Knott, 71, of Willard, was driving a 1992 Mazda Miata ...

Daily Log, Sept. 10

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Taylor R. Mowery, 19, of Tiffin, was charged with dog at-large Friday. • A man in the first block of Jackson Street reported Sunday evening someone threw a rock through a front door and damaged the stove and screen door. • A person reported Sunday evening a tackle ...

Community Calendar, Sept. 10

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Events & Activities Today Wyandot County Fair, 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Wyandot County Fairgrounds, 10171 State Hwy. 53, Upper Sandusky. Parade: 6:30p.m. County Band Show: 7:30p.m. Preschool Storytime, 10 a.m. Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St., Frost Kalnow Room. Stories, poems, ...

Briefly

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TCS support services group to meet The Tiffin City Board of Education’s Support Services Committee is to meet at 8 a.m. Friday, in the Administration Building, 244 S. Monroe St. Terra State hosting a “Titan Tailgate” FREMONT — Terra State Community College, in addition to the Fall ...

Commissioner Mike Kerschner: Thoughts from Japan Day 2

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In order to get some perspective on time, it is about 7 a.m. on Monday here as I write this. In Tiffin, it is now about 6 p.m. Sunday night. We left Detroit on Friday about noon and arrived in Tokyo at about 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon after a 13 hour flight. The trick is to try to get some sleep ...

Arrival in Japan

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Seneca County Commissioner Mike Kerschner (clockwise from left); Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz; State Rep. Bill Reineke, R-Tiffin; David Zak, President and CEO, Tiffin-Seneca Economic Partnership; Mindy McLaughlin, director of international business development, Team NEO; and Paul Zito, Vice ...

Frankart announces commissioner candidacy

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GREEN SPRINGS — Lifelong resident, township trustee and farmer, William “Bill” Frankart is seeking the Republican nomination during the March primary for Seneca County commissioner. Frankart lives in Adams Township and is serving his third term as an Adams Township trustee. He owns and ...

Campaign under way for Tiffin-Seneca United Way

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The Tiffin-Seneca United Way kicked off its campaign Sunday during a musical event of performances by students and musical departments from Heidelberg and Tiffin Universities. The campaign, with the theme “The Magic of Giving, Making a Difference, Changing Lives,” has a goal to raise ...

Legacy Bike Ride

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Cyclists sign in with event runners after finishing the 28 mile 4th annual Legacy Bike Ride at Sycamore Fire Station #2 in McCutchenville Saturday morning. Proceeds from the ride are to benefit FACT and The American Cancer Society.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s

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Community members are pictured walking along the track in Tiffin University’s Heminger Center Saturday taking part in the Alzheimer’s Association Northwest Ohio Chapter 2019 Tiffin Regional Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Speedway looks to hire 350 new employees in Ohio

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ENON – Speedway LLC is looking to hire 350 employees in Ohio with open interviews taking place at all Ohio locations 10 a.m.-3 p.m Wednesday, according to a release from parent company Marathon Petroleum Corporation. Available positions include full and part-time entry-level associate and ...

Daily Log, Sept. 9

Daily Log

Tiffin reports • Jonathan S. Weatherholtz, 32, of Upper Sandusky, was charged with theft early Saturday morning. • Bryce E. Bublitz, 25, of Harpster, was charged with theft early Saturday morning. • A woman in the 100 block of Penn Street reported Saturday morning someone tried to ...