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Briefly, May 19

May 19, 2015 Learn to manage falls “A Matter of Balance” classes begin today at St. Francis Home. They are to run 2:30-4:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays for four weeks. more »»

Mold, mildew exposure can impact your health

May 18, 2015 Dear Dr. Roach: I lived in southwest Florida for 13 years and was exposed to heavy mold and mildew due to heat and humidity from a leaky roof. more »»

Mom upset by tardy wedding gifts

May 18, 2015 Dear Annie: My daughter recently married for the first time. Her attendants were her three best friends. more »»

Gardeners help hobby take root in community

May 17, 2015 A love of gardening and a desire to share their knowledge with others are incentives for three local gardeners. more »»

Eichhorn keeps alive memories of Little Italy

May 12, 2015 In 2006, Tiffin University purchased numerous properties along Miami Street to expand the campus. more »»

94 at 127: Elks have long history in Tiffin

May 12, 2015 Tiffin Elks Lodge 94 is celebrating 127 years in Tiffin. Exalted Ruler Joe Steinmetz, who joined the lodge seven years ago, is helping plan the event with other members. more »»

Problem solving results in outdoor learning

May 9, 2015 A classroom problem-solving assignment at Buckeye Central Schools has ballooned into a school-community partnership to provide an outdoor learning lab — all based on student planning. more »»

Bukkett list

May 6, 2015 FREMONT — What started as a fun idea for camper recreation has grown into Jimmy Bukkett’s, a destination for boaters, campers and anybody else who happens to stop by. more »»

Tiffin’s Relay For Life starts at noon May 16

May 6, 2015 Tiffin’s Relay for Life this year is to run for 12 hours May 16 at Hedges-Boyer Park with a Disney theme, “Wish upon a star as we wish upon a cure. more »»

Glass reunion

May 5, 2015 The Tiffin Glass factory shut down its furnaces in 1980 and operated an outlet store until 1984. more »»

Tour Tiffin’s historic bars

May 5, 2015 The Seneca County Young Professionals are to present the Downtown Tiffin Historic Bar Tour May 16. more »»

Food drive still on for Saturday

May 5, 2015 Last week, it was announced the U.S. more »»

Hayes Center offers events for writers, children

May 5, 2015 FREMONT — The Hayes Presidential Center has planned some special events for this Saturday in Fremont. Make A Book class There is a “closet author” in many people. more »»

May days bring back colorful migration

May 3, 2015 Migrating songbirds have been a little slow making their way north this spring, trickling in a few at a time, but the birding community is ready for the annual May splash of colorful warblers,... more »»

Teenager gets her first haircut — ever

April 28, 2015 In second grade, a teacher said Ariel Hollins’ long hair was a distraction to her classmates because everyone wanted to touch it. more »»

Marijuana initiatives concern Health Alliance

April 28, 2015 During the Seneca County Health Alliance’s meeting last week at Mental Health and Recovery Services, President Nancy Cochran brought up the proposed amendment to the Ohio Constitution that would... more »»

The lost is found

April 26, 2015 Seven Eagles Historical Education Center is beginning its fourth decade of educating people — youths, in particular — about how life was lived in earlier days. more »»

Birthday composition

April 21, 2015 When the Heidelberg University Concert Choir performs its annual home concert at 7 p.m. Sunday at St. more »»

Co-authors sign Sandusky County books, plan Seneca County volume

April 21, 2015 Paper and Ink hosted a book signing Saturday by local author Larry Michaels. He and his cousin, Krista Michaels, have co-authored two books. more »»



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