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Bloomville trash hauler being sold to Rumpke

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BLOOMVILLE — Bloomville Council President Carol Adams presided over the meeting Wednesday in Mayor Dave Auble, Jr.’s absence. It was announced that the village’s trash hauler, Double K Sanitation, has been sold to Rumpke and goes into effect Jan. 1. Rumpke is offering to extend the ...

Briefly, Dec. 21

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Bus involved in accident FOSTORIA — A citation was issued after a vehicle struck a school bus Wednesday afternoon. According to a Fostoria Police Department report, a Fostoria City Schools employee reported an accident involving a school bus at West Jackson and North Countyline ...

Daily Log, Dec. 21

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Tiffin reports • A 200-block Wentz Street man reported his car was damaged Wednesday afternoon. • An employee of Domino’s Pizza, 240 W. Market St., reported a theft Wednesday evening. • Kristina M. Boenisch, 24, of Tiffin, was charged with marijuana paraphernalia and 12-point ...

Community Calendar, Dec. 21

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Today Winter Solstice Hike, 4 p.m., Forrest Nature Preserve. Open Mic night, Sign up at 6 p.m., first act at 7 p.m. VFW Post 2858, 345 N. TR 91, Tiffin. Friday Fun with Family and Friends, 7-9 p.m., Tiffin Community YMCA, 180 Summit St. Movie night and donation dive; watch a holiday movie ...

Santa visits Fostoria

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Santa awaits his next visitor during Santa at the Depot, 128 W. North Street, Fostoria. Tonight from 5-7 p.m. and noon-2 p.m. Saturday are Santa’s last appearances before he heads back to the North Pole. Children and pets can have a photo with Santa and view festive holiday trees and ...

Five charged in Hancock burglary

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Five people have been charged after a report of aggravated burglary in Hancock County Tuesday night. According to a Hancock County Sheriff’s Office release, Deven Blythe, 19, of Findlay; Devin Kerr, 18, of Bowling Green; Hunter Kelbley, 18, of Upper Sandusky; Alexandra Ayala, 18, of ...

Youth allegedly sets fire

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A fire chief says crews responded to a fire in a living room allegedly intentionally set by a youth Tuesday afternoon. Chief Fred Bishop of Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Department said the fire at 664 Spayth St. was started when a girl allegedly intentionally lit clothes on fire. He said ...

New bridge set at Hedges-Boyer

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A new wooden pedestrian bridge was placed at Hedges-Boyer Park Wednesday morning. A construction crew lowered the 60-foot-long footbridge into place using a crane. “Zero city funds went into this project,” said Bryce Kuhn, director of Tiffin Park & Recreation Department. The ...

Celebratory parade

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Buses form a parade for Barb Curry, who was retiring as a Tiffin City Schools bus driver, down West Market Street Wednesday afternoon. School buses escorted Curry's bus to the edge of Tiffin as she made her way to Findlay for her final route after more than 20 years. To view more photos from ...

Briefly, Dec. 20

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Salvation Army seeking donations With just a few days until Christmas, The Salvation Army Tiffin Citadel, 505 E. Market St., is seeking donations as they are down. According to a release, The Salvation Army has only reached 60 percent of its 2018 Red Kettle Campaign Goal. The release ...

Community Calendar, Dec. 20

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Today Anime Club for Teens, 3 p.m., Tiffin-Seneca Public Library, 77 Jefferson St. Teens in grades 6-12 can join the monthly club that celebrates the pop culture phenomenon by watching anime and reading manga. Snacks provided. No registration. Santa at the Depot, 5-7 p.m., LE&W Depot, ...

Joining in community

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A local judge says people in the community are hungry on Christmas Day. The hunger is not limited to food and also can include hunger in people’s hearts and souls. Judge Steve Shuff of Seneca County Common Pleas Court and Mitch Felton, board members for NOAH — No One Alone or Hungry — ...

Commissioners honor DJFS director

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Seneca County commissioners recognized Kathy Oliver with a proclamation Tuesday and approved an agreement to act as an interim bonding authority to allow Heidelberg University to receive tax-exempt construction financing. The proclamation, presented by Commissioner Holly Stacy, was in ...

Senior Calendar, Dec. 19

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Commission on Aging Nutrition Program Thursday — Ham and swiss, vegetable soup, tossed salad, grapes, bun, milk. Friday — Turkey breast, mashed potatoes, green beans, apple crisp, roll, milk. Monday — Closed. Tuesday — Closed. Wednesday — Cheese omelet, hash browns, grape ...

SCAT names room after employee, 90

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Fran Hipp was honored Tuesday morning by Seneca Crawford Area Transportation for her dedication to the job. At age 90, she continues to work three nine-hour days in the SCAT office. Office personnel, county personnel, county commissioners Holly Stacy, Mike Kerschner and Shayne Thomas, as well ...

C-GS school district receives donations

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CLYDE — Clyde-Green Springs School District is the recipient of several gifts this month. Jason Repp and Stephanie Cantu from S&D Capital Financial Advisors presented a $500 check to Board of Education members Monday evening to be used for the Citizens for Safety campaign. The Knight ...

Veterans fundraiser brings in $12,000

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REPUBLIC — Councilman Mike Schreiner reported to members Monday evening that the Sons of the Legion Salute to Veterans netted $12,000 for benefitting veteran support agencies in Seneca County. Those receiving funds are Tiffin VFW Post 2858 Veterans Assistance Fund, Seneca County Veterans ...

Green Springs approves loan to finish project

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GREEN SPRINGS — Green Springs Village Council members approved a measure to close the books on a major project during their meeting Monday night. Rob Jurs from GGJ said the contractor for the East Adams Street project has received a memorandum of understanding that the village is not in ...

Lakota keeps busy in short meeting

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KANSAS — Despite moving its meeting time up, Lakota Board of Education had a busy meeting Monday evening. To make time for Lakota Middle Schools’ holiday concert, the board meet an hour early, and discussed remaining academic school year requirements, financial reports and 2019 school ...

Fostoria man sentenced to prison

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A Fostoria man who was under investigation by the FBI pleaded guilty to a charge and was sentenced to prison during a hearing in Seneca County Common Pleas Court Judge Steve Shuff’s courtroom Tuesday afternoon. Wesley Scott Armon II, 22, had been charged with two counts of having weapons ...