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Scourge of heroin affects everyone

March 2, 2014 If you haven’t noticed, the world has changed in a dangerous way. The price of heroin has followed all the rules of basic economics of supply and demand. more »»

Switch can make for a safer drive

March 1, 2014 We give a tip of the cap to the traffic safety commission in Tiffin for taking steps to reduce collisions at two intersections in Tiffin while still trying to help conserve fuel. more »»

Yet more snow days might be needed

February 27, 2014 A proposal to allow Ohio schools more calamity days due to the snowy, frigid weather this winter has stalled in the Statehous. more »»

Expand career training in Ohio

February 26, 2014 Gov. John Kasich’s plan to expand vocational education in schools is a good one. It would benefit hundreds of thousands of young students in the future. more »»

Build wealth a little at a time

February 23, 2014 This is America Saves Week, coordinated by the American Savings Education Council and America Saves, a national campaign by non-profit, government, and corporate groups that encourages people to sav... more »»

Leaders in D.C. giving selves a blank check

February 21, 2014 How would you react if your bank gave you an open-ended credit limit — and assured you that within a year or so, no matter how much you had borrowed in the interim, it would be increased? Banks don’... more »»

Recycle the single hauler approach

February 20, 2014 Aluminum cans, glass bottles and certain plastic containers wouldn’t be the only things to be recycled in Tiffin if the city council opts for a single-hauler plan. more »»

Race for governor retains primary, general interest

February 19, 2014 So there will be a gubernatorial primary in Ohio this spring. Dayton-area Democrat Larry Ealy has qualified for the May ballot, as has Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald. more »»

Mental health bill could save lives

February 18, 2014 In the wake of tragic mass murders such as those of children in Newtown, Conn., questions about personal liberties have been discusse. more »»

Ensure adopted children fare well

February 16, 2014 Ohio legislators are on a path to improve the lives of many of the state’s most helpless residents — children who need adoptive parents. more »»

HAND offering support

February 15, 2014 A tip of the cap goes to Marquita Smith, Amanda Fries, Sasha Fries, Micki Criswell and Lacie Criswell, who have founded a nonprofit organization to help victims of neuromuscular disorders. more »»

Missing signature adds void on ballot

February 14, 2014 Something as simple as a single signature is to keep Rex Damschroder’s name off the May ballot. He had been expected to run unopposed in seeking to retain the 88th House District seat. more »»

Sochi games showing Olympic spirit

February 13, 2014 Roughly one-third of the way through events at the 2014 Winter Olympics, and the U.S. athletes in Sochi have earned nine medals — enough for a tie with the hosts for fourth place. more »»

OK bill to keep electronic cigarettes from kids

February 12, 2014 A bill working its way through the Ohio Legislature would ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors. An Ohio Senate committee approved the measure Tuesday. more »»

Delaying start for state tests is sensible

February 11, 2014 Ohio legislators and the state Department of Education are being asked to give public schools and their students a break on achievement tests scheduled for this spring. more »»

Keeping watch on painkiller use curbs its abuse

February 9, 2014 Misuse of prescription medicines such as those used to dull the pain of injuries and some illnesses accounts for a substantial number of people with serious drug addictions. more »»

Thanks for taking the plunge

February 8, 2014 Anyone who ventured outdoors during the last few days knows what a shock the frigid air can be, even when clad in arctic wea. more »»

Hats off

February 8, 2014 Thanks for taking the plunge Anyone who ventured outdoors during the last few days knows what a shock the frigid air can be, even when clad in arctic wear. more »»

Drugstore takes lead in cutting tobacco

February 6, 2014 CVS Caremark Corp., which has locations in Tiffin and Bellevue, announced Wednesday it will stop selling cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco by Oct. 1. more »»

Help food pantries restock shelves

February 5, 2014 The announcement from Capt. Becky Stetser of The Salvation Army during the Seneca County Community Council meeting Tuesday was so stark, another member asked her to repeat i. more »»



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