Tiffin, OH

Holy Family Radio has a new home

GLANDORF — After 12 years of broadcasting near a radio tower just north of New Cleveland, the Holy Family Radio station now has a permanent residence at the Glandorf Parish Center. The station celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday afternoon on the 12-year anniversary of its going on the air.
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House Minority Leader McCarthy touts support of Majewski in Ohio visit

FREMONT — Congressional candidate J.R. Majewski received more support from the Republican Party’s top brass Wednesday as House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy visited Ohio to campaign for him and offer strong criticisms of U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur, Mr. Majewski’s opponent. Speaking before a tour of the Crown Battery factory, Mr. McCarthy (R., Calif.) touted Mr. Majewski’s experience working in the nuclear energy field. Mr. Majewski’s career background includes serving in the Air Force, working at the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant, and working as an executive for a company specializing in the storage of spent nuclear fuel. “When America is energy independent, the price of energy is lower, so there’s more businesses, more manufacturing. Also, the world is safer,” Mr. McCarthy said. “But an interesting part is [Mr. Majewski’s] understanding of what it takes for the development in this area as well ... he understands all-of-the-above energy, not just nuclear, not just renewables, not just when it comes to coal or comes to oil and gas.” He also said Ms. Kaptur (D., Toledo), who has served the district since 1983, has “fought American energy” and noted her support of Democratic policies that he feels are driving up energy costs and worsening inflation. 

More help from Ohio heading to flood-ravaged Kentucky

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - More help from Ohio is on the way to the flood-ravaged towns of eastern Kentucky. Todd James is the head of the North Central Ohio chapter of the American Red Cross and he’ll be on his way from Findlay to Kentucky Wednesday morning. “These are folks who didn’t have a lot to begin with, and what they had is gone. This is rewarding and tough work. There are times when you have to step away, you take a break and then get right back into it.”

Pet of the Week: Meet Prince

FREMONT — Prince is a super sweet pup at the Sandusky County Dog Warden's kennel. He loves attention, playing in water and is content with just relaxing or going on walks. He has been working with a trainer on leash manners, and learning to sit, heel, and stay. Prince...

If you’re from Pemberville, you know about snipple beans

LEMOYNE – Purchasing her own snippler made making Snipple Bean Soup a year-round option for Linda Dunmyer. The idea of a snipple beans came from Germany as a method of storage through the winter. Dunmyer is third-generation German but had never heard of snipple beans. “I was in a...
Cincinnati CityBeat

Findlay Market’s Sen by Kiki Makes Waves

Findlay Market’s new seafood hookup is a real catch. Sen by Kiki offers fish and other aquatic cuisine, including freshly shucked oysters ready to enjoy right at the market with all the fixings. Owner/chef Hideki “Kiki” Harada says Findlay Market has been extremely welcoming, even throwing his new stand...

Not horsing around: Young Bateson wins at fair

Michael “Mick” Foster appreciates those who gave him a shot when he was a young man, so now he is giving back. Foster, a Luckey resident and co-owner with his wife Nancy of standard bred filly Shez Jess Nice, was a harness racehorse driver from 1989-2004. Foster and...

While tending his garden, Graytown man surprises a visitor

While working in his garden recently, William Johnson heard something rustling to his left and he thought he may have stirred up a young deer. But the resident of Walker Street in Graytown is convinced he inadvertently roused a bobcat. “It scared me when it got up and ran back...

Pet of the Week: Meet Taffy

Taffy is such a sweet and affectionate girl. She’s approximately 5 years old and would be the perfect lap cat. She’s still searching for her forever home and we hope you may be able to help. She is already spayed and could potentially go home with you the same day you visit with her.
Farm and Dairy

License plates, petroleum cans, and misc.

Located: Seneca Co. Fairgrounds (Food Court Building) SOHIO • SINCLAIR • FIRESTONE • SuNOCO • GULF • MOBIL. Selling a collection of approximately (200) oil, gas, grease & other liquid containers ranging in size from quarts – gallons – 2½ gal. – 5 gal. sizes. Also selling license plates collection from the 60s, 50s, 40s (Ohio); some out of state; bullet pencils; Shell Oil bottles; etc.

Man Rescues A Beagle From Being Euthanized In A Shelter, The Dog Can’t Contain His Gratitude, Hugs His Rescuer

Lots of abandoned dogs end up in rescue shelters, and some are euthanized if they have serious medical problems that are too costly to treat. However, man’s best friends don’t warrant such a horrible fate. All of the adorable puppies deserve to be cured to have a forever home as well as a kind, caring owner to look after them (chew toys are optional). Gregory, the Beagle, was nearly put down at an animal shelter, but his story had a happy ending.

Improvements wrapping up at Port Bucyrus Airport

BUCYRUS – Work is underway on a $2.1 million improvement project to extend the taxiway at Port Bucyrus-Crawford County Airport south of town. Blacktop work on the taxiway surface started on Monday. The overall project, however, was delayed because it was too wet to trench the area in the spring, according to airport manager Kevin DeTray.

Pet of the Week; Meet Dixie

Dixie is a 3-year-old female Bluetick Coonhound weighing 67 pounds. She came to the shelter as an owner surrender due to being anxious around small children. Dixie is a sweetheart. She loves attention and being with people. Her favorites are playing with water bottles, sleeping on the sofa and treats.