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Summer break shouldn’t mean going hungry

June 22, 2016 For children across Ohio, summer break is beginning, and for many families that means vacations and summer camps and barbecues. more »»

 
 
 
A lesson in respect that’s worth a can of beans

June 14, 2016 “Blessed indeed is the man who hears many gentle voices call him father!” — Lydia M. Child It’s been 44 years since my dad passed away. more »»

Solving Seneca County’s EMS problem takes cooperation

June 10, 2016 Ancient wisdom has it that truth is the first casualty of any war. more »»

Local farmers market part of larger trend in agriculture

June 1, 2016 For the past six years, many in the community have enjoyed the chance to buy products from local farms and other food businesses Saturday mornings in downtown Tiffin. more »»

How to pick (as in select) and plant varieties of tomatoes

May 29, 2016 Tomatoes, anyone? There are so many varieties to choose from, and every gardener has a favorite. more »»

Life lessons can be learned from the dying

May 28, 2016 I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to learn a lot about life by spending time with people who are dying. more »»

More work will mean more pay

May 24, 2016 Now, American workers know they’re working more than ever before and for less pay. Since the 1970s, middle class wages have stagnated, while the number of hours spent on the job has gone up. more »»

Honor our veterans with benefits they deserve

May 18, 2016 Melissa Twine’s husband, Capt. Philip Twine, was a logistics officer in the Air Force when he was killed in the line of duty in 2002. more »»

Bill would give doctors more time with patients

May 17, 2016 I practice family medicine, I teach family medicine and I advocate for family medicine. Family physicians are dedicated to treating the whole person and care for patients of all genders and every age. more »»

Berrigan preached Gospel demand: No more war

May 11, 2016 “What does the Gospel demand of us?” Jesuit Father Daniel J. more »»

Gentleness is the key to a happy wife, marriage

May 7, 2016 If you want honey, don’t kick over the bee hive. — Dale Carnegie Mother’s day is just around the corner, which means it’s time we husbands start thinking about what we can do for our wives. more »»

Share in long, global tradition of Shakespeare this weekend

April 23, 2016 This weekend marks the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, poet, playwright, actor, businessman and cultural touchstone. more »»

Protect students from for-profit college scams

April 19, 2016 Imagine working for months or years toward a college degree — investing hours in late-night study sessions, and tens of thousands of dollars in loans, all in the hopes that your diploma will open ne... more »»

Violence in Duma, West Bank, awaits our voice

April 13, 2016 While our country is caught up in continuous election sensationalism and while the world braces itself for more terrorist attacks, my anger is tempted to spike. more »»

Sharing thoughts about design thinking

April 6, 2016 Design is a buzz word that permeates the business and entrepreneurial press. Publications such as the Harvard Business Review, Inc and Fast Times have devoted entire issues to the topic. more »»

Grants part of strategy to combat drug abuse

April 6, 2016 Unintentional drug overdoses claim the lives of nearly four Ohioans every day. more »»

Act would create jobs, level playing field for Ohio workers

April 5, 2016 My top priority in the Senate is to help create more and better Ohio jobs, with higher wages and benefits. more »»

Act protects paychecks

March 24, 2016 American workers know they’re working more than ever before, for less pay. They don’t think they can get by — much less get ahead — even if they work hard. more »»

Make a difference by fighting heroin epidemic

March 17, 2016 At a recent town hall in Darke County, I asked those in attendance how many of them had family members or friends who had been impacted by addiction. More than half the hands went up. more »»

Concerns about terrorist attacks driven by fears, not facts

March 13, 2016 Fear of terrorism on American soil now is part of our daily lives. Surveys show how deeply we feel the threat. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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June 21, 2016 When the Cleveland Indians won Sunday in walk off fashion, the Tribe announcers suggested that it could be the start of an incredible day for Cleveland sports fans. more »

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