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We need a high court that rises above the fray

October 17, 2011 After reading Sunday’s Advertiser-Tribune editorial, several phrases struck me as misleading and continuing the policy of the paper to publish overwhelmingly negative editorials from a variety of... more »»

Class of 1947 has been witness to a lifetime of changes

October 17, 2011 On the day after Labor Day, 1935, first-graders eagerly or anxiously began their school day as the last group of students to attend the red brick, one-room schoolhouses located throughout Eden... more »»

Big dream, big cats: An African Expedition

October 7, 2011 It was a late summer evening in 2010 when I found myself daydreaming and had begun Googling vacation options abroad for the coming winter. I had three things as my criteria. more »»

Between rocks isn’t a hard place to grow a garden

October 7, 2011 It is not very often a true innovation in gardening techniques comes along. In fact, the last one I remember was upside down tomato plants several years ago. more »»

Habitat Day: There’s still much work to do — will you help?

October 3, 2011 Today is World Habitat Day — a day when the families, staff and volunteers of Habitat for Humanity homes, affiliates and more worldwide can take a moment to celebrate our successes, but also to... more »»

Going to Garlo

September 30, 2011 I have just returned from a trip home to England, and spent quite a lot of time visiting gardens. more »»

Together, we can end the epidemic of violence

September 28, 2011 When I left Hebron, Palestine, I promised the Palestinians I’d work “my tail off for them.” In practical parlance, that meant continuing to put their stories out before the public. more »»

Forecasting fall color not quite an exact science

September 23, 2011 Forecasting how vivid and durable fall color will be is not an exact science, but like spring flowers and summer sunshine, fall color surely will arrive in Ohio. more »»

Committee explains review of tax reciprocity

September 15, 2011 By all measures, Tiffin’s financial forecast for the next few years will be less than rosy. more »»

Pucker up, fans of lemon scents

September 9, 2011 There are many plants with a lemon scent, and most of them are good additions to the garden. Some are herbs, some flowers, and then there are varieties of the citrus fruit. more »»

Let’s give veronica lots of love

September 2, 2011 This column is a collection of short topics beginning with V, and will begin with a compliment for veronica. more »»

Paint color is a matter of taste — and choice

August 29, 2011 The following is the latest installment of Mayor Jim Boroff's monthly updates on city issues. Paint color. more »»

Tomato crops present bundle of challenges

August 26, 2011 This has not been the best year for tomatoes. more »»

When bugs attack, she’s got jobs to do

August 19, 2011 I am under attack! Whether you refer to them correctly as insects, arachnids or molluscs, or generically as bugs, without any doubt, they are after me. more »»

Take a chance on shallots and other ‘unusual’ veggies

August 12, 2011 This is is the second column on unusual vegetables. Last week, I wrote about some I had grow. more »»

Some lessons gleaned from living with the Palestinians

August 8, 2011 How strangely I’m ending my time in Palestine. Having lived three years in Hebron, Palestine, I find that I’m surprised but finally keen to what it really means to be a citizen of the United States. more »»

Some things we all can do to mitigate flooding

August 1, 2011 The following is the latest installment of Mayor Jim Boroff's monthly updates on city issues. Flooding. The administration’s No. more »»

Retailers’ future depends on continuing wireless revolution

July 31, 2011 To survive and prosper, the owner of a retail business has to be ready for the next innovation — the latest fashion, food or newest technology — or customers are sure to shop elsewher. more »»

Gardening choices sometimes are made for us

July 29, 2011 Keeping up with a garden is an ever-changing experience, never static and never boring. more »»

Treasurer’s office tightens belt through top-bottom review

July 25, 2011 As state treasurer, I talk to Ohioans every day about the issues facing local families, farms and businesse. more »»

 
 

 

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