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Changes coming to print edition next week

September 30, 2016 You will notice some changes to the daily and Sunday editions of The Advertiser-Tribune soon. Sundays, the Outdoors page will take up permanent residence in the B section. more »»

Focusing education on student success

September 27, 2016 When we think about successfully educating a student, our society has a certain set of expectations for what that looks like. more »»

Ensure charter schools put funds to good use

September 21, 2016 Last week, the U.S. Department of Education answered my call to strengthen oversight of Ohio’s charter schools and ensure our tax dollars are spent educating our children, not on waste and fraud. more »»

Millennials view work, business different ways

September 21, 2016 Entrepreneurs and other managers have observed they need to rethink the way they work with millennials. This group is perceived by many to be different in terms of how it sees work and business. more »»

Celebrate, and vow to defend, the Constitution

September 20, 2016 There should have been fireworks shows, parades and other celebrations throughout the United States Friday. But for the most part, the occasion passed unnoticed. more »»

Committee grateful

September 17, 2016 Thank you to those who supported the St. Francis Spirituality Center for our 15th annual Fall BBQ Sept. 10. more »»

Tiffin has thoughtful, caring people

September 17, 2016 I wanted to give an example of how Tiffin is a great community with thoughtful people who care about others. My friend and I from Kiwanis Manor decided to take a walk. I fell and couldn’t get up. more »»

Bow to your sponsors

September 17, 2016 As co-presidents and for all members of the Tiffin T-Squares Dance Club, we wish to thank our sponsors this year for donations which will help pay costs of callers and the greater transportation... more »»

Financial literacy useful when considering student loans

September 15, 2016 One of the most common barriers for students who wish to pursue higher education is the exorbitant cost of college. In America, we have around $1. more »»

Ohio students need protection from for-profit college scams

September 15, 2016 For too long, bad actors in the for-profit college sector have been allowed to prey on students, leaving them unable to secure the good-paying jobs they were promised and trapped under a mountain of... more »»

Prioritize education, workforce development

September 9, 2016 We have made great progress growing our local economy in recent years. As market forces stabilize, jobs are coming back to our state at a record pace. more »»

Clinton counting on big cities to deliver her the presidency

September 7, 2016 Take a look at the map with this column. Think of it as Donald Trump’s political death certificate. It’s a graphic illustration of why he’s going to lose the presidential election to Hillary Clinto. more »»

First-hand experience with a wall that divides nationalities

September 7, 2016 “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall. more »»

Competition can lower prices, when permitted

August 30, 2016 If you like to hike, camp, fish or hunt in certain areas, you’d be well-advised to carry a snakebite kit. more »»

Medicine price ‘transparency’ bills would kill patients, jobs

August 21, 2016 College athlete Corey Wood listened in shock as her doctor walked her through the bleak diagnosis: stage 4 lung cancer, which already had spread to her lymph nodes and bones. more »»

Our world really isn’t such a bad place after all

August 16, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s emails and Donald Trump’s talk-from-the-hip style were not on the minds of members of one family in Belmont Friday morning. What they were thinking about was their pet do. more »»

Congress should get back to work to combat Zika

August 11, 2016 It has been more than 165 days since President Obama requested emergency funding to fight Zika. Yet unlike in previous public health crises, Congress has failed to rise to the occasion. more »»

Trump’s worst enemy may be his own mouth

August 9, 2016 Ohioans and Pennsylvanians can expect to see a lot of Donald Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, between now and Nov. 8. more »»

Courageous performance shows character of 4-H exhibitors

July 30, 2016 A Seneca County 4-Her showed what it means to make the best better. more »»

How Pokemon found my lost cellphone

July 20, 2016 I was curious when we headed off to Frost Parkway Saturday evening to partake in Pokemon Go for a couple of hours. We loaded lawnchairs, a blanket, the pooches, water and treats into the car. more »»



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