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July 28, 2016 Calvin Staib, a Seneca County Fair director, participates in a Junior Fair Board fundraiser at the fair Wednesday afternoon. Fair-goers could pay to throw pies at volunteers’ faces. more »»

Keeping things safe

July 28, 2016 Reserve deputies and other personnel of Seneca County Sheriff’s Office work together to keep residents safe during the Seneca County Fair. more »»

Closing in

July 27, 2016 Boys chase after pigs during the annual pig scramble at the Seneca County Fair Tuesday night. To view more photos from this event, visit more »»

Learning curve

July 27, 2016 Mark Darby, the new groundskeeper at the fairgrounds, is experiencing his first Seneca County Fair. “It’s definitely a learning curve for me,” he said. “It’s a little more than what I expected. more »»

Close counts in horseshoes

July 27, 2016 Ten horseshoe players competed in Seneca County Fair’s tournament Tuesday. Kenny Agner of McComb has participated in Seneca County Fair’s tournament for about 25 years. more »»

Fair Results

July 27, 2016 Junior Fair King and Queen King: Jacob Sattler, son of James and Angie Sattler, Seneca CPAs; Runner Up: Zachary Rhodes, son of Amanda Rhodes, member of Eden Jr. Hoppers 4-H Club. more »»

Seneca County Fair crowns 2016 royalty

July 26, 2016 The king and queen crowned Monday during the 2016 Seneca County Junior Fair King and Queen Ceremony have 23 combined years in 4-H. more »»

Off to the races

July 26, 2016 Whitney Johnston, 12, a member of Clinton Farmers 4-H Club, and her dog, Deuce, compete in the Seneca County Fair's dog show Monday morning. To view more photos from Seneca County Fair, visit cu. more »»

Just checking

July 26, 2016 Tiffin Fire Rescue Division personnel helped Seneca County Fair food vendors prevent fires Monday. Capt. more »»

Fair Results

July 26, 2016 Pre-fair 4-H judging About 4-H Discovering 4-H: 1st, Elijah Haner, 4-H Home Schooler. more »»

Children can sign up for Aug. 16 Cloverbud day camp

June 21, 2016 Seneca County Cloverbud Day Camp, “Shooting for the Stars,” is set for 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 16 at the Franciscan Earth Literacy Center, 194 St. Francis Ave. more »»

Disaster loan deadline July 19

June 21, 2016 ATLANTA — The U.S. more »»

Agricultural society finalizes fair plans, announces theme

June 16, 2016 Agricultural Society members met Tuesday night to finalize fair week plans. The fair runs July 25-31 this year and its theme is “Seneca County-Generation to Generation. more »»

Algae issues

September 22, 2015 Two researchers studying the issue of dissolved phosphorus and algae blooms Monday updated farmers applying for grants to help alleviate runoff from agricultural field. more »»

Gypsum may improve soil, retain phosphorus

August 26, 2015 Using gypsum in agricultural production may have a double benefit — better soil structure to promote good crop yields and a reduction in the amount of phosphorus leaving fields. more »»

Crops in Seneca County have been better, but could be in worse shape

August 5, 2015 News about crops in Seneca County isn’t good, but it could be worse, according to a group of farmers and agriculture officials who met Tuesday at Ag Credit with Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohi. more »»

NW Ohio Precision Ag Day Aug. 4

July 19, 2015 WAUSEON — Because of increased interest in the benefits of precision nutrient management, the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University is offering a... more »»

Bioeconomy confab in Wooster Aug. 11

July 19, 2015 WOOSTER — A multistate research team aimed at developing America’s biobased industry — biobased products, bioenergy and the like — will meet in northeast Ohio Aug. more »»

Rising to the top

April 25, 2015 Mark Metzger of Alvada shows off a cream separator on display in his barn during an Ohio Barn Conference barn tour Friday. The 1883 Metzger Barn, on Hancock CR 330, was one stop on the tour. more »»

Local views

April 21, 2015 Seneca County farmers Tony Faeth and Jeff and Carla Wagner are featured in Ohio Farm Bureau’s Water Quality Status Report released Monday. more »»



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