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Administrators address concerns over closing

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A range of emotions were expressed Sunday night as officials addressed community concerns in the closing of Fostoria’s Catholic high school. St. Wendelin administration hosted a Town Hall in the parish, which was filled with students, parents,...
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A ‘Grimm Day’ at Fostoria High

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria Junior/Senior High School students lost 11 classmates Friday. Although physically not gone, the students — athletes, band members, drama club participants, choir singers and cheerleaders — gave their peers the illusion of their...
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SW high school to close doors on June 30

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER After more than 140 years of offering religious education to young adults, St. Wendelin High School will cease operations at the conclusion of the school year. The religious institution opened its doors to 90 students when the first school building...
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Schalk receives Donald P. Miller Award from FEDC

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A man of many words was nearly speechless Thursday morning after city officials presented him with an award for his commitment to Fostoria. Longtime Fostorian Gene Schalk was presented with the Donald P. Miller Award during Fostoria Economic...
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FLC to be complete for August programs

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Though construction of the Fostoria Learning Center began just five months ago, officials say it should be completed in time to host August programs. Cyndi Geroski, interim director of the learning center, gave an executive team from Terra State...
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Fostoria Learning Center offers meet, greet and sign-up event

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER The doors on the former Kroger building closed in late 2006 when the business moved to a new location. When those doors open again this fall, community members won’t see aisles of produce, canned goods and breads. Instead, they’ll see...
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Plans for school remodel starting to take shape

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A dream more than a year in the making is finally starting to take shape. A two-dimensional shape, that is. Fostoria City Schools’ officials said Tuesday renderings of what the new Fostoria Junior/Senior High School building may look like will...
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FCH drilled in infectious diseases

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER ProMedica Fostoria Community Hospital staff quickly reacted to an incident involving a patient experiencing symptoms of an infectious disease Wednesday morning. But what staff didn’t know at the time was the incident was the start of an...
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Green thumbs to revitalize Gray Park

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Spring has sprung and brought with it budding blossoms and hopeful green thumbs. Although Old Man Winter hasn’t given up without a fight, the Fostoria Garden Club is eagerly preparing for its next gardening project. For the past five years, the...
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Plans underway for summer rec program

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER With about two more months left in the academic year, many students may be eager to get out of the stuffy classrooms. But when the school doors close for the summer, it doesn’t mean their brains have to. For the third year in a row, community...