Jordan says voters frustrated with GOP

Donald Trump’s popularity with Republican voters is a result of their frustration with the Republican Party, U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan said Friday. “People are frustrated that, I think, they are frustrated that Republicans have not fought hard enough to stop some of the...

Probation Department earns highest marks

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer The Hancock County Probation Department received the highest marks given to programs in Ohio during a recent audit, according to Director of Court Services Kimberly Switzer. The results of a new type of annual audit, conducted last month by the...

Ohio 37 crash injures Arlington man

MOUNT BLANCHARD — An Arlington man was injured when his car crashed and rolled over Friday afternoon on Ohio 37 near Ohio 103, north of Mount Blanchard, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office reported. David L. Ellis Jr., 51, was driving a 2005 Pontiac G6 south on Ohio...

Cooper tires earn awards

Two Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. products from the U.S., the Discoverer STT Pro and Discoverer SRX, and two from China, the Discoverer UTS and Weather Master Ice 100, have earned 2015 Good Design awards for their design excellence from the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of...

Two Seneca commissioner races contested

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER TIFFIN — Seneca County Republicans will decide two races for county commissioner seats on March 15. According to the Seneca County Board of Elections, Commissioner Holly Stacy of Green Springs, who is finishing her first term, will face Richard...

Kasich keeping it positive before New Hampshire vote

By KATHLEEN RONAYNE Associated Press DURHAM, N.H. — John Kasich is betting big on positivity. Unlike Jeb Bush and Chris Christie, who are turning their fire on Marco Rubio with a renewed sense of urgency, Kasich is refusing to go negative against his rivals, even bragging...

Contract OK’d for Help Me Grow program

By DENISE GRANT STAFF WRITER Hancock County’s commissioners voted Thursday to contract with the Seneca County Board of Developmental Disabilities for oversight of the county’s Help Me Grow caseworkers for at least the next six months. In January, the Hancock County...

Seneca planning commission officers named

TIFFIN — Seneca County Board of Commissioners President Holly Stacy was elected Seneca Regional Planning Commission president this week by the board of directors. She replaces Tiffin Mayor Aaron Montz, who had been president for three years. Stacy has been chairperson of...
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