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Letters to the Editor

Trapp Outing a Success

To all who helped and participated: Paulettes, Varsity Barbershop, Napoli’s Pizza, Jim and Kathie Speaker, PMC Sealant, Tiffin Scenic Studios, Phillips Electric, Hasselbach air, Klay Tire, Ron and Jane Link, Randy and Lis Link, Link Software, Kaminski Concrete, Jim and Sandy Schleter, ...

Response to Hockley and Orians

I read with interest Brakstin Hockley’s and Rebecca Orians’s letters on Global warming. I give Brakstin credit for the gumption to write with his convictions on the subject. I do wonder however if he is, as Rebecca says “regurgitating” the present teachings on the subject. I wonder if ...

Thank you Kiwanis clubs

The Tiffin and Fostoria Kiwanis Clubs hosted Jr. Fair participants, parents and advisors on August 25 for the 11th Annual Grade A Celebration. The Good Shepherd Home sponsored the picnic style meal. The celebration honors members who have chosen at least one project and received an “A” ...

9/11 ceremony thank you

Thank you to everyone who assisted with the annual ceremony to remember the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The words from Chief Fred Stevens of Tiffin Police Department, Chief Kevin Veletean of Tiffin Fire Rescue Division and Jody O’Millian of Seneca County United Veterans Council were ...

‘RED FLAG’ LAW SHOULD BE FOR MOTORISTS FIRST

I suggest that we try “Red Flag” law on motor vehicles first. Motor vehicles account for more deaths in the U.S. than firearms, even though there are many more firearms. This fact is often overlooked or ignored. Facts will, sometimes, mess with some people’s opinion. One popular ...

PRAY FOR A LATE FALL SO CROPS CAN MATURE

Summer is gone. Fall is upon us. Let us thank God for the beautiful growing season, even though all didn’t get planted as planned. Beans and some corn need good growing days to mature. God knows our every need. He wants us to ask, to pray. Prayer is powerful. It takes time, effort, belief ...

Letter to the Editor: Wind turbines have a place, but not necessarily here

There are days in our life that we will never forget. For many, our wedding day, the birth of our first child, and all those memories before, between, and after. There tend to be some unfortunate times in our lives as well. When I was small my Grandma Hughes spent hours reading me stories and ...

Bouquets

Thank you to the Tiffin Moose Lodge! “The Gift of Giving” was definitely the appropriate theme for Aug. 24 when the Tiffin Moose Lodge hosted a Bingo fundraiser for the Allen Eiry Center. Hours of preparation and planning were handled by John Sherer and Linda Kimmet along with many other ...

This is the Plan

I think I finally see the plan the liberals have for our country. I must give them credit, it is a smart plan. First, they want to raise everyone’s basic wage to $15 per hour. They would also like to raise people who make more to a higher wage. After that is accomplished they will introduce ...

Tough times for our local Ohio farmers

It’s a challenging time for local Ohio farmers. Bad weather and a steep drop in farm income have been hammering rural communities. Biofuel production is a rare bright spot, driving demand for corn, but that’s now at risk too. U.S. ethanol consumption dropped for the first time in 20 ...

Twitter and President Trump

Why do people get so upset when President Trump makes comments on Twitter, when they choose to follow him? Why not just ignore his remarks? I would guess that often this is the only way he can let the truth be known, as the mainstream media continually makes up or misconstrues negative ...

What are schools teaching our children?

I read the letter from Brakstin, Aug. 22, on his thoughts about the wind farms. I applaud his courage to write to the paper, not enough people do. However, I am saddened by what our schools are producing. Brakstin has been told from kindergarten through high school that man is destroying the ...

Town Hall Trot a success

The Scipio Republic Historical Society would like to thank everyone who made our First Annual Republic Town Hall Trot 5K Run and Walk a success. Thank you to all the runners and walkers who came out to our first event. Thank you to the Village of Republic and the Scipio Township Trustees. A ...

Another great summer of reading at the library

The Tiffin-Seneca Public Library would like to thank the Seneca County community for another amazing summer at the Library! The 2019 summer reading program, “A Universe of Stories,” celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with amazing space themed programs and ...

Bravo Bursa

The letter from Ginny Bursa on Aug. 13, hit the nail right on the head and should give all of us cause for deep thought. Murder, the deliberate taking of innocent life, is murder inside the womb or out. God does not differentiate. He mourns every hateful act upon His children. Yes, the ...

Op-eds on Buying Greenland

President Trump opined that our country would be smart to buy (or even rent) Greenland, and both Pat Buchanan and Marc Thiessen offer historical support for the idea. (In Monday, Aug. 26 Advertiser-Tribune). Of course it does no harm to consider what Greenland’s prime ministers, past and ...

Letter: Intern enjoys time at United Way

Who would have thought that one class could lead to much more? My junior year of college at Heidelberg University I took a public relations class for my major. My professor brought in a local nonprofit business to work with. That client was Tiffin-Seneca United Way. We worked closely with ...

Letter: Red flag won’t change much

A red flag law is not going to change anything for the better. There were ten concise and perfect laws put down by the Good Lord. If these were being observed none of these horrible events would be happening. However, progressive politicians have done their best to destroy any threat to their ...

Are Apologies Necessary?

In response to the letter written about whether our country has apologized to Japan for the dropping of atomic bombs. Our response would be to ask the question, did the Japanese government ever apologize for attacking Pearl Harbor on a Sunday when people were at a day of rest, and off guard? ...