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Ending canine cancer research will kill dogs and humans

January 31, 2016 Dogs long have been recognized as “man’s best friend.” But a new cancer study confirms canines offer humans a lot more than companionship. more »»

Summer break shouldn’t mean going hungry

January 27, 2016 Last week, I outlined our top priorities for the upcoming year — and we are getting to work immediately on one of them: renewing and expanding nutrition programs that ensure Ohio children don’t go... more »»

A goodbye to Carol Yager

January 22, 2016 Tiffin and Seneca County lost an ambassador and dear friend, Carol Yager, to cancer last week. We will remember Carol as the co-owner of Crystal Traditions and the premier marketer for our are. more »»

Brown foresees a busy year ahead in Senate

January 21, 2016 In his final State of the Union address last week, President Barack Obama said “the future we want — opportunity and security for our families; a rising standard of living and a sustainable, peacefu... more »»

America should stay course on GPS security

January 20, 2016 Last summer, we learned China had targeted the Office of Personnel Management and seized records on 18 million current and former U.S. government employees. more »»

Don’t pull the rug from under Ohio’s auto jobs

January 15, 2016 Last week, we received confirmation of what so many of us in Ohio have known all along: that you should never bet against the American auto industry. more »»

Joint justice center preparing for construction

January 5, 2016 The Seneca County Justice Center project is wrapping up a year of significant progress and kicking off 2016 with the momentum to be in construction no later than mid-yea. more »»

Reineke reflects, looks ahead

January 2, 2016 It seems like such a short time ago that I took my oath to serve as the state representative for Ohio’s 88th House District. more »»

A-T employees pick top local stories of year

December 31, 2015 Employees of The Advertiser-Tribune voted from a list of more than 25 local news events from 2015 and selected the top stories of the year. more »»

'I will remember you'

December 23, 2015 Due to complications, the author of this letter was unable to mail it as part of his usual yuletide greetings. Therefore, we publish it with hopes it can reach its intended audience ... more »»

Wear eye protection with non-powder guns

December 23, 2015 It turns out you may, indeed, shoot your eye out — but don’t place all the blame on the Red Rider BB gun Ralphie was warned repeatedly about in the film “A Christmas Story. more »»

Of the usual suspects, ‘want’ and ‘ignorance’ again lethal

December 16, 2015 I have the honor to report that the famous detective Manfred Holmes, who has reviewed all the clues discovered by Tiffin residents and their suggestions as to the murderer of Ebenezer Scrooge,... more »»

Ban firearms? You mean, like we banned drugs?

December 11, 2015 I’m told it’s not at all difficult to buy drugs such as heroin, methamphetamines and others. Matter of fact, I suspect I could do so without any guidance or help. But wait a moment. more »»

7-year-old knows what some have yet to learn

December 8, 2015 Out of the mouths of babes. ... My 7-year-old great-great-niece Vivi approached me with a mischievous twinkle in her eyes. “I hear you are very concerned about the environment. more »»

Block Watch adds eyes, ears to law enforcement

December 4, 2015 If you have been around Tiffin any significant amount of time you have most likely experienced or witnessed some level of crime: vandalism of private property, ransacking of vehicles and garages, or... more »»

Things to weigh when shopping for health care

December 2, 2015 December not only marks the countdown to holiday celebrations, it also is the time of year when many Ohioans are shopping for health insurance for 2016. more »»

Contest creates opportunity to talk about safety

November 29, 2015 About 1.3 million children have been reported missing this year in the United States, more than 18,000 of them in Ohio. Today, there are more than 600 children unaccounted for in this state. more »»

Express gratitude for great places to live

November 26, 2015 For the most part, the leaves have all turned and fallen to the ground. Sunsets come earlier, and the winds blow a little colder. more »»

Loan debt should not be endless

November 25, 2015 Right now, there are more payday lending stores in the United States than there are McDonald’s or Starbucks locations. more »»

Screen and ban tourists — but not refugees?

November 25, 2015 Americans are supposed to open our arms wide and embrace 20,000 or so refugees from Syria, even though there’s an excellent chance some of them may be terrorist moles. President Barack Obama says s. more »»



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