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Have a health plan before you can’t buy one

March 5, 2014 With the end of open enrollment for individual and family health plans, many people do not understand that after March 31, you can not buy a health plan until the next open enrollment period... more »»

Career politician

March 4, 2014 “I have a lot at stake here … my career.” So said Rex Damschroder after filing invalid petitions for his re-election campaign. more »»

Wants OEM parts

March 4, 2014 They say we learn something new every day. more »»

FLC has quality teachers

March 4, 2014 My name is Josh Thacker, and according the article titled “Board Tables Discussion on Lincoln Building,” I am the community member concerned about teacher quality. more »»

New Riegel sewer

March 4, 2014 I was working at Farmland Foods, in maintenance, when the sewer project was being constructed in New Riegel. I heard horror stories about it, almost from the star. more »»

Stick with FLC

March 1, 2014 I am writing in regards to the proposal by Tiffin City Schools Board of Education to withdraw from the already established preschool at Family Learning Center to open its own preschool at the forme... more »»

Bouquets, March 1

March 1, 2014 Foundation gift tops $20,000 During our lifetimes, we are certain to be touched by cancer, whether through personal experience or that of a loved one or friend. more »»

Opiates: Our great public health crisis

February 28, 2014 If you’ve ever seen Philip Seymour Hoffman in any of his acting roles, you can’t help but mourn the loss of his lif. more »»

Science is one of God’s gifts

February 28, 2014 God’s character is indescribable. He is far beyond what any human being can fathom. However, the Bible does give us some details about God and his character. We know that God is full of love. more »»

Save FLC preschool program

February 26, 2014 Nearly 20 years ago, four agencies — Seneca County MRDD, WSOS Head Start, Seneca Wyandot Office of Education (currently NCOESC) and Vanguard Sentinel Career Center — had a vision and came together t... more »»

Nine rules for better government

February 26, 2014 I have lived through the ups and downs of this nation for a great number of years. I have been noticing for some years now the government in Washington, D.. more »»

System poorly installed

February 25, 2014 Once, again, as I read the morning paper, “New Riegel Sewer Rates to Rise,” I see the mounting cost of poor political decisions. more »»

Missing signature adds race to ballot

February 25, 2014 A couple weeks ago, it looked like the only contested races on the Seneca County ballot would be for county commissioner and some GOP Central Committee post. more »»

Thanks to all who helped

February 22, 2014 When Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines, local students were eager to support the relief organizations working to assist the victims. more »»

Decision has impact

February 22, 2014 Is everyone aware of the impact that the recent decision to open Lincoln school as a preschool will have on the children of the community? It would appear this is more about saving money than meetin... more »»

Maps, brochures ...

February 22, 2014 Maps, brochures ... Dear readers, My name is Ellie and I am a fifth grader at Faith Christian School in Kearney, Neb. My class is studying the 50 states and I have chosen Ohio as my state. more »»

... postcards wanted

February 22, 2014 Dear readers, Hello! My name is Peyton T. I am a fifth-grade student at Harlan Intermediate School, Harlan, Iowa. My social studies class is studying the history and geography of the United State. more »»

The State of America’s Children

February 19, 2014 Last week, I shared some material from The State of America’s Children 2014, a report published by the Children’s Defense Fund, which cites the neglect of children as the top national security threat. more »»

Surviving without snow days

February 18, 2014 Snow days; there wasn’t such a term in 1945. We at Hopewell-Loudon were out of school for six weeks. The townships and county didn’t have the equipment to plow out the roads as they do today. more »»

Balloons give a lift

February 15, 2014 On behalf of the residents, their families, our volunteers and our staff, I want to thank our local Kroger store and all of the shoppers who purchased valentine balloons to be donated to Autumnwood. more »»

 
 

 

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