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Reminder for drivers hits close to home

August 13, 2015 The accident happened more than a year ago and more than 500 miles away. So, even though a well-known comedian received severe injuries, the crash still seemed distant to readers in our area. more »»

Method of funding highways should be updated

August 11, 2015 Ohio seems to do a better job of maintaining highways and bridges and finding money for new ones than some other states. Still, trouble may be on the horizon. more »»

Focus on success in higher education

August 9, 2015 Finally, the federal government may be ready to tackle what for many students is the primary reason college is so expensive — how long they stay on campus and whether they leave with degrees. U.S. more »»

Tax break can help back-to-school shoppers

August 7, 2015 Ohio will welcome back-to-school shoppers from 12:01 a.m. today through 11:59 p.m. Sunday with a tax holiday on most-used school supplies. more »»

Tighten laws that protect animals

August 6, 2015 An ongoing environmental disaster has not received appropriate attention from world leaders, including Republican and Democrat presidents and members of Congress in the United States. more »»

Will the military be ready for the next war?

August 5, 2015 This week marks a grim anniversary for many Ohioans. It was 10 years ago, Aug 3, 2005, that a single ambush in Iraq took the lives of 14 Marines. more »»

Crowded fields call for better debate format

August 4, 2015 Are you familiar with the name Skip Andrews? How about Shawna Sterling? Or Esteban Oliverez? They are among the 36 declared Republican presidential candidates. That’s right, 36. more »»

Do not meddle in housing market

August 2, 2015 As so often is the case, good news about the economy is getting a cool reception from some economists and politicians who fear it will not last. more »»

Don’t let your babies grow up to be foolhardy

July 31, 2015 Joshua Newell is lucky his stupidity cost him only $200, and not an arm. A certain percentage of people such as Newell, 35, of Gahanna, always have been part of the human race. more »»

Energy mandates a growing concern

July 30, 2015 A committee studying the future of Ohio's alternative energy mix should take a new United Nations population report into consideration. The U.N. report states the global population — now about 7. more »»

What’s the law got to do with it?

July 29, 2015 Is it time for governments — at the state and federal level — to get out of the marriage gig? The rationale behind posing the question isn’t far fetched. A week after the U.S. more »»

You can help spot, stop child sex slavery

July 28, 2015 Do you know the most common age for youths in Ohio to become victims of sex trafficking? According to the Human Trafficking Commission in Ohio, it’s age 1. more »»

Country pride, long in the works

July 25, 2015 The opening ceremony for the 173rd Seneca County Fair is set for 8 a.m. Monday. Cannon fire, the national anthem and speeches are to kick things off. more »»

Scammer targets those on tight budgets

July 24, 2015 Another telephone scam is making the rounds in Seneca County. This one has a unique target, and requires more than awareness. more »»

Armed forces should be protected

July 23, 2015 Armed citizens are stationing themselves near military recruiting centers around the country in the wake of the murder last week of four Marines and a sailor in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Meanwhile, Gov. more »»

McCain’s heroism trumps Donald’s

July 22, 2015 It is unlikely Donald Trump remembers what he was doing Oct. 26, 1967. He was a student at the prestigious Wharton School of Finance, not having to worry about being drafted for the Vietnam Wa. more »»

IRS does less with yet more money

July 20, 2015 Taxpayers were not given good service by the government tax agency this year, officials admit. Advocates for the Internal Revenue Service blame — you guessed it — budget cuts. more »»

US also in need of fiscal reform

July 17, 2015 No doubt many Greeks are upset with their prime minister this week, after he agreed to tax increases and entitlement cuts needed to keep the country’s economy from going belly-up. more »»

Check coverage before it is needed

July 16, 2015 Tiffin’s city engineer, Mario Livojevic, offered some interesting figures to a lunchtime audience Wednesda. more »»

Make the GED tests affordable

July 15, 2015 Sometimes it seems as if government does all it can to increase dependence on it rather than to encourage people to improve themselves. more »»



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