Weekend: Get Out!

Events TIFFIN VICTORIAN TEA June 21 The next Victorian tea will be held on June 21, with the “History Mystery Tea” theme, whose secret will be revealed only to those who attend. Guests are welcome to tour the Victorian-era Grammes-Brown home containing original...

Weekend Doctor

By SHARON COLE, MD Breast cancer is a very common cancer. Ideally it is detected in an early stage from a mammogram. Sometimes it is detected as a lump. If a mammogram shows a suspicious finding, the patient is set up for further studies such as an ultrasound or additional...

Weekend: Mental Health Moment

By LINDA J. STOCKTON EDITOR’S NOTE: Second of three columns. Last week, I explained what a personality disorder is. Today I want to elaborate on them by sharing information from an expert, Gregory Lester. The paranoid personality disorder’s exclusive trait is...

Weekend: A rose by any other name …

By MARILYNN BELTZ Now that most of our planting is finished, there is some time to relax, sit back, and enjoy the beauty of the many flowers in our gardens. Have you ever wondered how the many flowers were named? There is no mention of flowers in the Garden of Eden, yet when we...

Muni building remodeling project to add courtroom

By JOY BROWN STAFF WRITER Findlay administrators hope to begin a multi-phase Municipal Building remodeling project this winter that will provide extra room for the municipal court, and repurpose space on all three floors. City Council on Tuesday was asked for $20,000 in seed...

Seneca Fair kicks off Monday

TIFFIN — Country music band Nashville Crush will be featured during the 172nd Seneca County Fair, which opens Monday with the theme “City Meets Country, It’s Fair Time.” The fair will be held July 21-27 at the fairgrounds on Hopewell Avenue in Tiffin....

North Baltimore probes cause of pallet yard fire

NORTH BALTIMORE — The North Baltimore Fire Department said Friday it has received several reports from people who think they saw flaming objects, such as fireworks or flares, shot into a pallet yard that burned Thursday night at the HPJ Industries recycling plant, 510 W....

70-degree days in July really unusual

Chris Oaks spoke with WTOL StormTrack meteorologist Chris Vickers. Q: I’ve heard this week’s unseasonably cool spell described as a “polar vortex in July,” but is that an accurate description? A: It’s funny how people latch on to a term sometimes. We...
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