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Tree lovers faced with another assault

February 3, 2012 We have just accepted the facts the emerald ash borer is going to cause the disappearance of most of our ash trees and the Asian lady beetle will continue to invade our homes in the fall, looking fo... more »»

What is abortion, and what are its effects?

January 25, 2012 Every life God grants is very special and unique in its own way. It’s a special gift that should be treasured and never intentionally taken away. more »»

Imagination runs wild with seed catalog offerings

January 20, 2012 It seems winter finally is arriving. I really appreciated that extended fall, or pre-spring, or whatever you like to call it. more »»

Learning about the moon, cycles good for growers

January 13, 2012 Since men peered from their caves in ancient times and noticed the changing shape of the moon, there always have been those who believed the moon has a profound influence on the earth. more »»

Stretching out with a book? A few suggestions

January 6, 2012 This is the season when we are often urged to curl up with a good book. I am never convinced about the curling up part; I prefer to stretch out, but the good book suggestion really hits home. more »»

Act would open the next era of Postal Service

December 26, 2011 This holiday season, Ohioans will receive scores of gifts — from Great Lakes beer to Cincinnati chili — but many of the parcels probably won’t be dropped off by their local postal carrier. The U.S. more »»

Fear not: Gardener counts the Xes

December 23, 2011 This alphabetical series of columns is coming to an end, and the last few letters of the alphabet present a challenge. more »»

Not even winter dulls the gardener’s appointed rounds

December 16, 2011 This has been quite a week. I acquired a new dog, a new phone and a new computer! The new family member is Tuppence. more »»

New crossing would be a bridge to jobs in Ohio

December 13, 2011 In a previous column, I highlighted some of the policies and bills passed by the General Assembly this year that are helping to make Ohio a more competitive place for businesses to locate and create... more »»

Bureau offers simplified credit card agrement

December 13, 2011 Credit card agreements should be written in easy-to-understand language — not in small-print legal jargon. more »»

Dancers bring in dollars for CASA

December 13, 2011 Saturday night, the Eagles ballroom was the venue for Seneca Stars Dancing for CASA. more »»

OK class, it’s time for a garden vocabulary lesson

December 9, 2011 Every field of human endeavor has a vocabulary of its own. Sometimes, it helps to look into the meaning of words that are unfamiliar in order to understand directions or explanations. more »»

Out with the black, in with the gratitude

November 25, 2011 It seems to me there should be a better name for today than Black Friday. more »»

It’s time again for community to bear the burden

November 23, 2011 As all of you know, our recent request for funds to support the “tradition of excellence” here at the Tiffin City Schools failed Nov. 8. more »»

Time in Africa is eye-opening look at conservation

November 18, 2011 Note: Tiffin resident Gabi Felter took part in an expedition to Africa this year, and recounts her experiences in a series of column. more »»

Growing pumpkins (if you really must) takes lots of water

November 18, 2011 I think I must be the only person in Tiffin who dislikes pumpkin pie. more »»

Tiger pride heard loud and clear in New York

November 14, 2011 As one of the charter buses transported Seneca East High School band students back to Attica Sunday morning, a children’s movie played on the screen to pass the time. more »»

November is not too late for garden chores

November 11, 2011 Here we are in November already, and if you are anything like me, you still have work to do in the garden. more »»

Namibian territory yields some unexpected findings

November 11, 2011 Note: Tiffin resident Gabi Felter took part in an expedition to Africa this year, and recounts her experiences in a series of columns. more »»

Proposal would shift heating help to warm-weather states

November 8, 2011 For more than 30 years, the bipartisan Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) has helped many Ohio seniors and families — especially those with the lowest incomes who pay a high... more »»

 
 

 

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