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250th anniversary gift

June 19, 2014 As a historian, I wish to note today is an important one in the life of our community. It is the 248th anniversary of the birth (in Carlisle, England) of our city’s namesake, Dr. Edward Tiffin. more »»

Just a thought

June 19, 2014 America’s first president never told a lie. America’s current president never tells the truth. Now there is talk of a potential candidate who has never been able to tell the difference. more »»

NAMImobile coming

June 17, 2014 The NAMImobile will be visiting Tiffin next Tuesday as part of the 2014 anti-discrimination against mental illness tour. The NAMImobile will be parked at the Tiffin Mall, 870 W. Market St. more »»

Dispose of properly

June 17, 2014 More than 30 years ago, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency put the city of Tiffin in charge of monitoring industrial waste that enters the sanitary sewer system as a means to protect the sewer... more »»

Feeling abandoned

June 17, 2014 I feel like I’ve been thrown under a bus, so to speak. The last 16 months I have been sick with goofed operations and lots of infections. more »»

Heroin is dangerous and, oh, so popular

June 16, 2014 Heroin is one of the most abused drugs in the world claiming thousands of lives. First off, heroin addiction symptoms include: • Shortness of breath. • Dry mouth. • Disorientatio. more »»

Bouquets, June 14

June 14, 2014 Big Shots assists F.A.C.T. Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment would like to thank Big Shots Pub and Grub for making F.A.C.T. a beneficiary of its May 10 Poker Run. F.A.C.T. more »»

Bouquets, June 14

June 14, 2014 Big Shots assists F.A.C.T. Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment would like to thank Big Shots Pub and Grub for making F.A.C.T. a beneficiary of its May 10 Poker Run. F.A.C.T. more »»

Preschool proposal poses far-reaching impact

June 7, 2014 In the original projected proposal that was released to the newspaper where the specific costs were listed for using the Lincoln building (such as supplies and special equipment), there was not a... more »»

Bouquets, June 7

June 7, 2014 Salute the schreiners St. Francis Home would like to thank the Schreiner family for their very generous donation to update the second-floor activity area at St. Francis Home. more »»

Ukraine was disarmed, U.S. agencies armed

June 5, 2014 While America’s politicians, lawyers, judges, courts and supporting staffs, along with a multitude of activists, protesters, counter-demonstrators and an army of media trolls, tirelessly battle over... more »»

Keep green space, use East Tower

June 5, 2014 It is our hope the “green space,” where the former courthouse stood, remains just that — a beautiful green space. more »»

Never forget or forgive

June 4, 2014 To the commissioners responsible for demolishing our 1884 courthouse: I read the article in Sunday’s paper (page 1C May 18). more »»

Open the Gates

June 3, 2014 We don’t need more prisons! We need more help for the poor and starving, and rehabilitation centers! Hope the Gates Foundation gets the message! Julie Grote, Tiffin ... more »»

Good and proud

June 3, 2014 Interesting to read Mr. (Aaron) Korte’s article last week about arrogant and good. The article should have been titled “Praise to Jenny Weinandy” and left the arrogant and good out of it. more »»

Still divided

June 3, 2014 If you happened to read the story “Justice Shared” (page 1C May 18), you should have been sick, angry and downright mad. more »»

Bouquets, May 31

May 31, 2014 Food drive delivers Sincere thanks to everyone involved with last Saturday’s Stamp Out Hunger food drive. more »»

Trees ‘evacuated’

May 29, 2014 I am writing this letter to share the story of an injustice. May 19, the Israeli Defense Forces destroyed 1,500 mature fruit trees at Tent of Nations, just outside Bethlehem. more »»

New way needed for EMS

May 29, 2014 In reference to the article “Republic, Scipio talk EMS” May 19, I feel Bob Wilson is giving a wrong impression to the citizens of Seneca County. more »»

Stigma and its impact

May 28, 2014 Stigma refers to attitudes and beliefs that lead people to reject, avoid or fear those they perceive as being different. more »»

 
 
 

 

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