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Districts combine, taxes do not – yet

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Residents of the Old Fort and former Bettsville school districts will not see a change in their taxes in the 2014-2015 fiscal year due to the district property transfer. According to Seneca County Auditor Julie Adkins, because the separate districts...

BOE finalizes plans for back-to-school

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER BASCOM — Preparation for the upcoming school year was the prominent topic of discussion at Hopewell-Loudon Local School’s Tuesday evening board of education meeting. Superintendent Nichole Jiran presented a possible solution to a traffic...

Fostoria resident is making a joyful noise

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER It is said that faith can move mountains. It can also stir inspiration. And no one knows that better, perhaps, than Fostoria resident Elaine Oswald. Oswald’s faith has helped her musical talent blossom into more than 700 songs and 10 recorded...

Having a ball

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Many individuals may correlate aging with nursing homes, card games and frail bones. However, one area senior would rather spend his time growing old with strikes, spares and splits. Harold Pilcher celebrated his 90th birthday at Dunn’s Lanes,...

Twirling together

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Local girls have come together to bring back a tradition filled with spins, jumps, tosses and twirls. The Liberty Twirlers, a group of 21 local girls ages 4-18, under the direction of Heidi Kauffman, are practicing routines and putting together tricks...

Cat populations peaking in shelters

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER Kittens and cats and strays, oh my! Many animal shelters are feeling overwhelmed with the amount of felines currently awaiting adoption in their facilities. As of Wednesday evening, Seneca County Humane Society is housing 42 cats and 47 kittens, while...

Print shop moves to new location

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER After 17 years of offering quality services in downtown Fostoria, a local printing company is relocating within the city. Quality Printing & Graphics, owned and operated by Fostoria resident John Conlin, will move its business from 112 W. Center...

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Y.E.S. they can

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER To love is to serve. To serve is to love. This is the message the St. Wendelin Y.E.S. (Youth Elect Service) Project is hoping to instill into the minds of more than 60 area teenagers this weekend. “The fruit of prayer is faith, the fruit of...

School supply drive gets under way

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER For many it feels as if summer has just begun. For some, fall is fast approaching. And with it, the first day of school. Fostoria United Way, Fostoria City Schools and the Review Times have joined forces to provide school supplies to students whose...