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Students show off what they’ve learned

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Fostoria students will showcase the leaders within during upcoming Leadership Days. Longfellow and Riley Elementary schools will host Leadership Days open to the public Thursday and Monday, respectively, to show community members the progress...
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Students to showcase achievements

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Community members will have the opportunity to witness leadership in action today as Fostoria students showcase their accomplishments from the year. Fostoria Intermediate Elementary School will host a Leadership Showcase from 1-4 p.m. today at the...
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Fostoria Senior Center keeps those 60+ on the go

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Aging doesn’t have to be all about stiff joints, nursing homes and dormancy. In fact, the Seneca County Commission on Aging promotes the opposite: mobility, activity and independence in area senior citizens. The private nonprofit organization...
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Summer recreation program kicks off June 5

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A local program is gearing up to offer area youngsters a summer full of fun. The Summer Recreation Program: Fostoria Community Enriching Our Youth will kick off June 5 with a party at City Park. All registered youth will meet at the park for...

Rec program has new director

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A new leader is sitting at the helm of Fostoria’s Summer Recreation Program. Lifetime Fostorian Kim Rickle took over in April as the coordinator for Fostoria’s Summer Recreation Program: Fostoria Community Enriching Our Youth, helping out...
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Weekend chocked full of activities

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Downtown Fostoria will be bustling with events this weekend. The first weekend in May will bring with it a car show, a free movie showing, a farmer’s market and more. The Fostoria Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Bureau will host its 15th...

Recognizing tomorrow’s leaders

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Responsibility. Caring. Service to others. Involvement. Positive attitudes. These are just a few of the characteristics several area youth were recognized for during the Seneca County Family & Children First (FCFC) Celebrate Youth Luncheon...
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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...