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A better process to fight for public records

May 3, 2016 Government officials and employees who want to keep secrets have a powerful tool at their disposal. more »»

Why not let common sense prevail?

May 1, 2016 “Common Sense,” written by one of the founding fathers, Thomas Paine, was something of a handbook for American colonists thinking of forming a new government in 1776. more »»

N. Korea becoming a global threat

April 29, 2016 North Korea clearly is working feverishly to increase its military capability and to heighten worry about it among other world leaders. more »»

School uniforms worth pursuing

April 28, 2016 Tiffin City Board of Education has sent aloft a trial balloon regarding school uniforms. more »»

Brutality a regular part of drug use

April 27, 2016 Tight-lipped investigators looking into the executions of eight people near Piketon have released few details of what they have found. more »»

Postcard wasn’t crafted by nobody

April 26, 2016 Maybe you’ve heard the story about people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. As in, “There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. more »»

Earmarks gone, but waste still thrives

April 21, 2016 Remember when Congress said it was eliminating earmark spending? Absurd wastes of taxpayer money through pork barrel projects were going to be a thing of the past. Not so fas. more »»

Market could bypass pot issue

April 20, 2016 As the Ohio legislature works to circumvent an effort to get a medical marijuana issue on the November ballot, residents should be aware of how medicinal marijuana would be dispensed. more »»

Earmark can bring place to play near downtown

April 19, 2016 Josiah Hedges Park is to be improved with $100,000 in state funds. Some people might believe such earmarks have no more place in the state budget than the federal budget. more »»

Making good use of tax dollars

April 16, 2016 Maybe it won’t assuage the angst of tax day — postponed this year until Monday, extending the anxiety over the weekend — because it ranks property tax usage, but a study by New York tech company... more »»

A plan for more to afford college

April 15, 2016 For young people, few issues are as interesting and important as finding ways to make college education affordable. Gov. John Kasich has outlined a plan that could make a very real difference to them. more »»

The food you save may be your meal

April 13, 2016 Bees, like other stinging insects, often are viewed as pesky invaders around the home and garden. But honeybees also play a key role in pollinating fruit trees and row crops. more »»

Kasich remains in race; Trump grumbles

April 12, 2016 In perhaps a demonstration of how ill-prepared Donald Trump would be to handle the realities and inner workings of politics on a national (let alone international) stage, he threw a tantrum recently... more »»

Consider improved railroad warnings

April 10, 2016 Last Sunday’s crash of an Amtrak train near Philadelphia brought to 20 the number of serious railroad accidents in the United States during the past year. more »»

Government dysfunction continues to cost lives

April 10, 2016 Every year, more than half a million patients in the U.S. unknowingly are put at risk of contracting a superbug infection during a common medical procedure. more »»

What if the minimum wage increase is a fraud?

April 10, 2016 What if the latest craze among the big-government crowd in both major political parties is to use the power of government to force employers to pay some of their employees more than their services... more »»

Thanks to all who give

April 9, 2016 Sunday through next Saturday is National Volunteer Week in the United States, and a special section in today’s edition salutes just some of the people who give of their time and talents in our... more »»

It’s how the game is played

April 6, 2016 So it has come to this. Tiffin and Seneca County have hired a lobbying firm to represent local interests in the state’s capital. more »»

We’re still at mercy of cyber terrorists

April 1, 2016 Cyber terrorism — for profit, not twisted ideology — has become a clear and present danger to Americans. If there is a cohesive strategy to defeat it, it is not working. more »»

We need a leader up to the challenge

March 31, 2016 What if you needed a new state superintendent of schools and no one had applied for the job? That might be a good thing. Ohio has had an opening since De. more »»



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