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500 columns and counting: Gardener reflects on time writing

November 15, 2013 Those who know me well are aware of my deficiency in anything related to math. But in spite of this handicap, I am fairly sure this is about the 500th column I have written. more »»

Young women face hurdles as entrepreneurs

November 13, 2013 It would seem obvious, in the 21st century, young female entrepreneurs would be treated the same as men. However, that is not necessarily the case. more »»

Heidelberg football star had served with JFK

November 11, 2013 Tiffinites reading the 1961 book or watching the 1963 film version of PT-109, the story of President John F. more »»

Beetle type making life miserable

November 8, 2013 At a recent seminar on urban forestry, Wendi Van Buren of The Ohio Division of Forestry presented an update on the presence of the Asian longhorned beetle in Ohio. more »»

US should remain magnet for talented workers

October 29, 2013 Having lived and traveled throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia teaching and helping businesses manage effectively, I can tell you unequivocally that American businesses face more competition... more »»

Remember these things when repotting plants

October 25, 2013 This is not an appropriate time to talk about containers, but I am weary of endings and ready to write about something ongoing. Some containers are just that. more »»

Chamber of Commerce celebrating 100th year

October 25, 2013 This week, members of the Seneca Regional Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Services gathered for our 99th annual meeting to celebrate individual and collective achievements; to review the... more »»

Needed: Bravery, not attempts to silence religion

October 24, 2013 The paper recently reported a student at Columbian, when offended by teacher participation in and principal support of a “See You at the Pole” event, contacted the Freedom From Religion Foundation t... more »»

Budget needed to end sequestration, cut deficit

October 23, 2013 For 16 days, the day-to-day business of processing veterans benefits, approving small business loans, developing cures for deadly diseases and inspecting food was halted. more »»

Consensus needed to avert looming debt crisis

October 23, 2013 Over the last 30 years, a debt-limit debate has been a time for sober reflection for members of both parties. Raising the debt limit is, by definition, a sign of failure. more »»

Trusting God ...

October 19, 2013 I have been pondering a story of a weak sickly man. The man was so sick and he could not afford going to town to the doctor. more »»

Master Gardeners accepting new pupils

October 18, 2013 I have a question for all you gardeners who are facing long, gray, cold days this winter. What are you going to do all day? I have a suggestion: Join the class for new Master Gardeners. more »»

Illness, disease hit plants in fall, too

October 11, 2013 Sometimes after working with old perennial plants and pruning shrubs, I find my hands are covered with gray powder. This powder is fungus spores. more »»

Veddw an English garden with marvels

October 4, 2013 The Bad-Tempered Gardener was in a good mood on the day I met her. more »»

Creative containers help showcase England’s flowers

September 27, 2013 In these mid-September days, England is in full bloom. I just returned from two wonderful weeks there and, more than the beaches and the buildings, I remember the flowers. more »»

Bill would aid American energy independence

September 25, 2013 The Senate has begun to debate a bill I introduced called the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act. more »»

Working to avoid future bailouts of Wall Street megabanks

September 20, 2013 Five years ago, the collapse of Lehman Brothers put our economy on the brink of collapse and jeopardized the savings and pensions of millions of Americans. more »»

Care of the herbs defined

September 20, 2013 This is the time of year when the herbs you have been growing are getting ready to be used in some way. more »»

Ducks Unlimited targets wetlands care

September 20, 2013 Among hundreds of Ducks Unlimited chapters across the United States and Canada, Seneca County’s chapter was organized in 1980. The primary purpose of each chapter is fundraising. more »»

Community reaction restores ‘faith in mankind’

September 18, 2013 Sunday was a dark day in Seneca County’s history when the unthinkable happened on the west edge of Tiffin. more »»

 
 
 

 

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