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Technology in the classroom not enough to improve results

October 10, 2015 For decades, there has been a vision of an education system transformed by technology. more »»

Ohio’s coalminers being denied health benefits

October 6, 2015 A century ago, coalminers would take canaries in birdcages down into the mines with them. more »»

Improve the climate for Ohio’s manufacturers

October 6, 2015 America is better off when we are making things. more »»

Hiking age to 21 would help kids in foster care

September 29, 2015 Parents prepare their children for independence by teaching them life skills that will help them make good decisions as adults. Many children, however, have to stand on their own before they’re ready. more »»

Act would help homeless veterans, families

September 26, 2015 Winter is fast approaching, meaning colder temperatures and dangerous conditions for far too many veterans facing homelessness in Ohio. more »»

Kasich quietly sneaking up on the frontrunners

September 26, 2015 Presidential politics this far out from November 2016 is a lot like a NASCAR race. Lots can happen in 500 miles or 14 months. At this point, Ohio Gov. John Kasich just needs to stay in the race. more »»

Rover pipeline will provide support for Ohio manufacturing

September 26, 2015 Ohioans are going to gain a lot more from the Rover natural gas pipeline than just a bountiful supply of American-made energ. more »»

Festival president says don’t gripe, volunteer

September 23, 2015 The original version of the column by Erin Nachazel-Snook, president of the Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival committee, is avialable here in portable document format. more »»

More workers should receive paid sick leave

September 15, 2015 Last week we celebrated Labor Day, and we welcomed an important step forward for American workers, with the president’s announcement that federal contractors will be required to provide up to seven... more »»

Aid should pay for an education, not marketing

September 1, 2015 As the summer comes to a close, students across Ohio are crisscrossing the state, heading back to campuses and settling into dorms. more »»

5 summer reading programs were hits

August 30, 2015 Summer is over. School has started, the nights are cooler. more »»

Ohioans shouldn’t be left in the dark on trade

August 25, 2015 NAFTA. CAFTA. Trade relations with China. Ohioans have seen first-hand what so-called free-trade agreements have done to our state and our economy. more »»

These websites feed habit of political junkies

August 23, 2015 Mitt Romney came closer than you may think to winning the 2012 presidential election. more »»

Bill would help protect Ohio’s drinking water

August 20, 2015 Around this time last year, 500,000 Ohioans in the Toledo area were forced to go without safe drinking water. They were warned they couldn’t drink the tap water in their own homes. more »»

Project Peace/Pax Christi reach 500 young Peacemakers

August 15, 2015 Imagine — 500 Peacemakers living in the Tiffin area! It seems almost impossible, but it’s true! The Seneca County Fair, with all its amazing preparations and hype to lure people to “come and see,” i... more »»

Suggestions as a new school year approaches

August 12, 2015 It’s the onset of fall and that means, as it does every year, school is about to start. This is a process we take for granted. Because we take it for granted, we underestimate its complexit. more »»

Medicare involves more than just public health

July 28, 2015 Fifty years ago this week, aging in America was forever changed for the better. At the Truman Library in Independence, Missouri, President Lyndon B. more »»

Errors on Ohioans’ credit reports should be fixed

July 22, 2015 Too many Ohioans still are feeling the effects of the 2008 financial crisis — particularly on their credit scores. more »»

Kindness survives brutality for POWs in Japan

July 21, 2015 Certain kinds of hell cannot be understood by those who haven’t been there. Neither can incredible, surpassing compassion. This is a story about both. more »»

A review of the 2014-15 school year in Tiffin City Schools

July 19, 2015 Superintendent Vicki Wheatley The Tiffin City Schools 2014-2015 school year was packed with new and sometimes frustrating mandates. more »»



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