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Medicine price ‘transparency’ bills would kill patients, jobs

August 21, 2016 College athlete Corey Wood listened in shock as her doctor walked her through the bleak diagnosis: stage 4 lung cancer, which already had spread to her lymph nodes and bones. more »»

Our world really isn’t such a bad place after all

August 16, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s emails and Donald Trump’s talk-from-the-hip style were not on the minds of members of one family in Belmont Friday morning. What they were thinking about was their pet do. more »»

Congress should get back to work to combat Zika

August 11, 2016 It has been more than 165 days since President Obama requested emergency funding to fight Zika. Yet unlike in previous public health crises, Congress has failed to rise to the occasion. more »»

Trump’s worst enemy may be his own mouth

August 9, 2016 Ohioans and Pennsylvanians can expect to see a lot of Donald Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, between now and Nov. 8. more »»

Courageous performance shows character of 4-H exhibitors

July 30, 2016 A Seneca County 4-Her showed what it means to make the best better. more »»

How Pokemon found my lost cellphone

July 20, 2016 I was curious when we headed off to Frost Parkway Saturday evening to partake in Pokemon Go for a couple of hours. We loaded lawnchairs, a blanket, the pooches, water and treats into the car. more »»

Group seeks input on contents of time capsule

July 19, 2016 In just over 16 months, Seneca County is to be home to a new justice center — a project that is a collaborative effort between Seneca County and the City of Tiffin. more »»

Help is on the way in fight against addiction

July 19, 2016 About once a month, I have a teletownhall — a big conference call with tens of thousands of people from across our state to take their questions and ask what’s important to the. more »»

Rape kit testing delivers 500th indicted defendant

July 19, 2016 A suspect already in federal prison was linked to open rape cases from 2007 and 2009 and became the 500th defendant in Cuyahoga County indicted as a direct result of my office’s sexual assault kit... more »»

It takes a community to put on a tribute

July 18, 2016 It takes a community, not just a committee, to put on a tribute. Sunday, Sept. more »»

My Brother’s Keeper helps kids reach potential

July 16, 2016 Two years ago, President Barack Obama launched the My Brother’s Keeper challenge, with the goal of expanding opportunities for a group that is far too often left behind in this country — boys and... more »»

A declaration of dependence upon Washington

July 2, 2016 What if representatives from throughout the country met in Philadelphia tomorrow morning to write a new Declaration of Independence — from Washington? It was relatively easy for the nation’s founder... more »»

Summer break shouldn’t mean going hungry

June 22, 2016 For children across Ohio, summer break is beginning, and for many families that means vacations and summer camps and barbecues. more »»

A lesson in respect that’s worth a can of beans

June 14, 2016 “Blessed indeed is the man who hears many gentle voices call him father!” — Lydia M. Child It’s been 44 years since my dad passed away. more »»

Solving Seneca County’s EMS problem takes cooperation

June 10, 2016 Ancient wisdom has it that truth is the first casualty of any war. more »»

Local farmers market part of larger trend in agriculture

June 1, 2016 For the past six years, many in the community have enjoyed the chance to buy products from local farms and other food businesses Saturday mornings in downtown Tiffin. more »»

How to pick (as in select) and plant varieties of tomatoes

May 29, 2016 Tomatoes, anyone? There are so many varieties to choose from, and every gardener has a favorite. more »»

Life lessons can be learned from the dying

May 28, 2016 I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to learn a lot about life by spending time with people who are dying. more »»

More work will mean more pay

May 24, 2016 Now, American workers know they’re working more than ever before and for less pay. Since the 1970s, middle class wages have stagnated, while the number of hours spent on the job has gone up. more »»



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