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Too few days for voting? Ohio has company

May 25, 2016 A federal judge has ruled a law shortening early voting in Ohio by eight days is unconstitutional. U.S. more »»

Who now is battling turmoil?

May 22, 2016 Just a few weeks ago, Hillary Clinton and other Democrat Party leaders were chortling with glee at what they called disarray in the Republican Part. more »»

Medical marijuana requires safeguards

May 18, 2016 It appears virtually certain Ohioans will have access to marijuana — or at least, the active ingredient in it — for medicinal purposes within the next year or so. more »»

Ensure funds for treatment are used effectively

May 17, 2016 Most members of Congress no doubt comprehend the need for more spending on drug addiction treatment programs. more »»

Survey postcards trample privacy

May 15, 2016 If you are an Ohioan who has received help from the state Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, you may not want that fact to be common knowledge. Your mail carrier may know. more »»

Good idea to reopen pool, but ...

May 14, 2016 A tip of the sun hat to Sycamore Village Council members who voted to open the community pool again this summer. A tentative opening date of July 1 is being considered. more »»

Seminars can help rehab projects

May 13, 2016 They might not prepare the next stars of a cable TV fixer-upper reality show, but two seminars are coming to town which can help people renovate older properties. The first is set for 10 a.m.-4 p.m. more »»

Will VP candidates be from the same state?

May 12, 2016 It wouldn’t be surprising if an Ohioan ends up on a presidential ticket. Especially because obvious choices exist for likely nominees from both major parties to pick someone from the Buckeye State. more »»

Guidelines sought for body cameras

May 10, 2016 Use of body cameras by law enforcement officers and deputies in Ohio is increasing and will continue to do so. It makes sense for the state to have at least limited rules for them. more »»

A waste of time, money in hiring process

May 8, 2016 Some employers have very good reasons for rejecting job applicants with criminal histories. For example, you probably don’t want your local police department offering jobs to convicted felons. more »»

Kasich would be great VP

May 6, 2016 Gov. John Kasich fought the good fight for his fellow Americans. He should be given the opportunity to continue doing so — and should take i. more »»

Be aware of cycle safety

May 5, 2016 May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, and there are three things to keep in mind about that. The first is that word “safety.” May isn’t just a month to remind motorists to watch for motorcycles. more »»

Ritzler’s decision exemplary

May 4, 2016 By itself, Lori Ritzler’s resignation as the Third Ward representative on Tiffin City Council would be quietly reassuring. more »»

A better process to fight for public records

May 3, 2016 Government officials and employees who want to keep secrets have a powerful tool at their disposal. more »»

Why not let common sense prevail?

May 1, 2016 “Common Sense,” written by one of the founding fathers, Thomas Paine, was something of a handbook for American colonists thinking of forming a new government in 1776. more »»

N. Korea becoming a global threat

April 29, 2016 North Korea clearly is working feverishly to increase its military capability and to heighten worry about it among other world leaders. more »»

School uniforms worth pursuing

April 28, 2016 Tiffin City Board of Education has sent aloft a trial balloon regarding school uniforms. more »»

Brutality a regular part of drug use

April 27, 2016 Tight-lipped investigators looking into the executions of eight people near Piketon have released few details of what they have found. more »»

Postcard wasn’t crafted by nobody

April 26, 2016 Maybe you’ve heard the story about people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. As in, “There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. more »»

Earmarks gone, but waste still thrives

April 21, 2016 Remember when Congress said it was eliminating earmark spending? Absurd wastes of taxpayer money through pork barrel projects were going to be a thing of the past. Not so fas. more »»

 
 
 

 

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