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Namibian territory yields some unexpected findings

November 11, 2011 Note: Tiffin resident Gabi Felter took part in an expedition to Africa this year, and recounts her experiences in a series of columns. more »»

Proposal would shift heating help to warm-weather states

November 8, 2011 For more than 30 years, the bipartisan Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) has helped many Ohio seniors and families — especially those with the lowest incomes who pay a high... more »»

Seed storage, growth

November 4, 2011 Through the years, those who care for the earth have recognized the importance of saving seeds for the futur. more »»

Explorer breaks down types who make up group dynamic

November 4, 2011 Note: Tiffin resident Gabi Felter took part in an expedition to Africa this year, and recounts her experiences in a series of columns. more »»

League supports amendment for adopting an open primary

November 3, 2011 The mission of the League of Women Voters as a nonpartisan organization encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, and influences public policy through education and... more »»

No, it’s not too soon to start flowering for Christmas decor

October 28, 2011 It may be unpleasant to realize winter is so close, but if you want spring bulbs in flower for the holidays, you need to get them planted in the next few days. more »»

Tiffin League urges voters to approve TCS levy

October 26, 2011 The League of Women Voters of the Tiffin Area urges your support of the Tiffin City Schools levy Nov. 8. The . more »»

African Dream: Following scat, tracks and other cats

October 21, 2011 As I continue to write about my volunteer vacation to Namibia with Biosphere Expeditions, you may be wondering what exactly does the word “expedition” mean? Defined, expedition means a “journey with... more »»

Gardener likes her flowers and trees hardy and tall

October 21, 2011 I like tall ships, tall men, tall trees and tall flowers. I am writing this column sitting under a tall sycamore by the boardwalk bordering Alma Pond at Garlo Nature Preserv. more »»

We need a high court that rises above the fray

October 17, 2011 After reading Sunday’s Advertiser-Tribune editorial, several phrases struck me as misleading and continuing the policy of the paper to publish overwhelmingly negative editorials from a variety of... more »»

Class of 1947 has been witness to a lifetime of changes

October 17, 2011 On the day after Labor Day, 1935, first-graders eagerly or anxiously began their school day as the last group of students to attend the red brick, one-room schoolhouses located throughout Eden... more »»

Big dream, big cats: An African Expedition

October 7, 2011 It was a late summer evening in 2010 when I found myself daydreaming and had begun Googling vacation options abroad for the coming winter. I had three things as my criteria. more »»

Between rocks isn’t a hard place to grow a garden

October 7, 2011 It is not very often a true innovation in gardening techniques comes along. In fact, the last one I remember was upside down tomato plants several years ago. more »»

Habitat Day: There’s still much work to do — will you help?

October 3, 2011 Today is World Habitat Day — a day when the families, staff and volunteers of Habitat for Humanity homes, affiliates and more worldwide can take a moment to celebrate our successes, but also to... more »»

Going to Garlo

September 30, 2011 I have just returned from a trip home to England, and spent quite a lot of time visiting gardens. more »»

Together, we can end the epidemic of violence

September 28, 2011 When I left Hebron, Palestine, I promised the Palestinians I’d work “my tail off for them.” In practical parlance, that meant continuing to put their stories out before the public. more »»

Forecasting fall color not quite an exact science

September 23, 2011 Forecasting how vivid and durable fall color will be is not an exact science, but like spring flowers and summer sunshine, fall color surely will arrive in Ohio. more »»

Committee explains review of tax reciprocity

September 15, 2011 By all measures, Tiffin’s financial forecast for the next few years will be less than rosy. more »»

Pucker up, fans of lemon scents

September 9, 2011 There are many plants with a lemon scent, and most of them are good additions to the garden. Some are herbs, some flowers, and then there are varieties of the citrus fruit. more »»

Let’s give veronica lots of love

September 2, 2011 This column is a collection of short topics beginning with V, and will begin with a compliment for veronica. more »»

 
 
 

 

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