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100 years of Moose memories

By JEANNIE WILEY WOLF For the Review Times NEW RIEGEL — The year was 1917. The Danish West Indies were sold to the United States for $25 million. Mata Hari was arrested in Paris for spying. Woodrow Wilson was sworn in for his second term as president of the United States....
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Public Record

Fostoria arrests Friday: • Randy D. Daughenbaugh, 39, 1021 Francis Ave., was arrested on an active warrant. citations Friday: • Officer issued one citation for assured clear distance ahead following a report of an accident near the intersection of West Lytle Street and Mid-block....
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Fostoria hardware store closing

By MORGAN MANNS STAFF WRITER A local hardware store is preparing to permanently close its doors after 25 years of serving the Fostoria community. Considerably slower foot traffic over the past nine years at Steinacker Hardware, 1656 N. Countyline St., has made it difficult to...
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Fostoria tax hike inches closer to November ballot

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER A proposed 6-mill property tax increase got one step closer to the fall ballot Thursday night, despite opposition from one councilman. Fostoria City Council on Thursday heard a second reading of an ordinance declaring the necessity of the tax...
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Agriculture at work in Fostoria

RANDY ROBERTS / for the Review Times A farmer cuts wheat in a field along West Lytle Street against the backdrop of one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers — Archer Daniels Midland Co., which employs more than 32,000 people and...
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Tax season bumps up general fund

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Fostoria’s most-recent tax collections provided a bit of relief to the general fund, shortening the deficit by nearly $100,000. On Thursday, City Auditor Steve Garner told Fostoria Finance Committee the tax season reduced the shortfall...