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Residents may get break on energy, trash costs

December 17, 2014 The city of Tiffin’s pending switch to giving a single hauler a monopoly on trash collection locally is viewed by some as a restriction on competition. And there is some truth to that. more »»

 
 
 
Shopping is easier, but scams are, too

December 16, 2014 In some ways, Christmas shopping has become easier in this era of online retailers and gift cards. But that has opened up new avenues of fraud and theft, as well. more »»

Hats off

December 13, 2014 Thanks for giving A tip of Santa’s hat to everyone who sponsored or donated to local collections of toys, games, clothing, food, hats, mittens, gloves and coats to benefit those in our community wh... more »»

Are we certain the CIA now acts legally?

December 12, 2014 Much of the contents of a Senate report on use of torture by the CIA was known before the document was released this week. more »»

Kasich backing balanced budget

December 11, 2014 Gov. John Kasich headed to Arizona Wednesday as part of a political campaign. No, he’s not running for president — at least not officially. more »»

Texting, driving should be primary offense

December 10, 2014 As the 130th Ohio General Assembly draws to a close, and with it Rex Damschroder’s term in the House of Representatives, the lawmakers should pass one last piece of legislation he has sponsored. more »»

Existing rules can help avert tragedies

December 9, 2014 Realistic-looking airsoft guns have resulted in tragic shootings in Ohio twice this year. more »»

Hats off

December 6, 2014 More jobs and growth Hats off to Irving Equipment for planning a $1. more »»

Help turn the scenic river into a trail

December 5, 2014 The 65 miles of Sandusky River between Harrison Smith Park in Upper Sandusky and Rodger Young Park in Fremont were designated a state scenic river in 1970. more »»

Ohio’s spending now can be seen online

December 4, 2014 Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel launched the state’s first online checkbook this week. It’s worth a look — and the cost. more »»

Funding could help make plan a reality

December 3, 2014 Make hay while the sun shines. Strike while the iron is hot. Keep the ball rollin. more »»

Some business Congress never will complete

December 2, 2014 Unfinished business being considered by Congress before year’s end is a one-year extention of tax breaks. more »»

Hats off

November 29, 2014 Thank you for giving The Salvation?Army offered a community Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday. Members of Bascom United Methodist Church did the same thing on Thanksgiving Da. more »»

Blessings of bounty — and of liberty

November 27, 2014 Almost always, it sometimes seems, we Americans find ourselves striving to overcome some sort of challenge. Too often it is war, bringing with it terrible loss and heartache. more »»

Food for thought: Want not, waist not

November 26, 2014 Today’s twin topics — shopping and leftovers — are ones most people focus on the day after Thanksgiving, not the day before. But please think about them a day early. more »»

Hats off

November 22, 2014 More jobs coming to county Hats off to American Fine Sinter, the city of Tiffin and Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. for working together to bring more jobs to Seneca County. more »»

Decision should be catalyst for action

November 21, 2014 A version of a wire-service report on President Barack Obama’s executive order regarding immigration — written before his speech last night — overstated its impac. more »»

ODH lacking funds for diseases

November 20, 2014 Perhaps in part because of her excellent handling of the Ebola scare in Ohio, former state epidemiologist Dr. Mary DiOrio has been promoted. Gov. more »»

Heroin, opiates: Become prepared

November 19, 2014 Maybe you are one of the fortunate ones who hasn’t felt the damage done by abuse of heroin or other opioids. more »»

Pipeline project hits close to home

November 18, 2014 With the general election over, it’s time to focus your attention on a proposed pipeline. No, not the Keystone XL out west. The Rover pipeline that could pass through Seneca County. more »»

Hats off

November 15, 2014 Going where no probe has gone before Hats off to the European Space Agency for landing a spacecraft on a comet. The Philae lander separated from its orbiting mother ship, Rosetta, about 3:30 a.m. more »»

 
 

International Fair Trade Shop December 17, 2014

International Fair Trade Shop, Unique Mission Gifts, St. John's UCC 10 Main St. Tiffin, Wednesday 9:30-noon & 5-8 PMThursday 5-8 PM, Friday 9:30-noon, Saturday 10-4, 419-447-4372. more »

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Tax a lot: Rover pipeline maps available

December 16, 2014 Updated maps for the proposed Rover natural gas pipeline are available online and in libraries in Tiffin and Fostoria, as well as the Seneca County commissioners' office and trustees' officers where... more »

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