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Survivor now helps others

January 30, 2016 This week, we tip our cap to LeeAnn Campbell, who founded a non-profit organization to help human trafficking victims after surviving such an ordeal — and more hardship— as a child and young adult. more »»

Is it wrong to have a registry for rights?

January 29, 2016 Last week, a South Carolina legislator introduced a bill to require journalists to register with the government before reporting the state’s news. State Rep. more »»

Bloomberg would be an echo, not a choice

January 29, 2016 WASHINGTON — Michael Bloomberg’s epiphany about the 2016 presidential proceedings is that what is missing is a second bossy, big-government billionaire from Manhattan’s East Side — another candidate... more »»

Hillary Clinton’s nightmare isn’t Bernie Sanders

January 29, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s nightmare is not the sudden resurgence of Bernie Sanders. It is the fidelity to the rule of law of the FBI. more »»

More info needed to help close academic chasm

January 28, 2016 Closing the academic achievement gap between children from low-income households and their more prosperous classmates is among the biggest challenges facing educators. more »»

Weather, bombs not only threats

January 27, 2016 The fallout shelter sign may seem outdated, even quaint, to those born after the Cold War ended. more »»

Let’s help all Ohio’s children in school

January 26, 2016 Closing the academic achievement gap between children from low-income households and their more prosperous classmates is among the biggest challenges facing educators. more »»

Welcome back, Zak

January 23, 2016 Five months ago in this space, we noted that Tiffin’s loss was Tiffin’s gain after David Zak announced he would leave Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. more »»

A modest proposal regarding refugees

January 21, 2016 A bill that would require more rigorous screening of Syrian and Iraqi refugees who want to come to the United States has stalled in the Senate. The measure may have been doomed, anywa. more »»

CRA can help spur yet more growth in west end

January 20, 2016 Commercial and retail growth in downtown Tiffin rightfully has gotten much attention in recent years. But it’s not as though the westside hasn’t seen development, too. more »»

It’s time for online voter registry

January 17, 2016 Ohioans can do a variety of things from the comfort and convenience of their homes, providing they have computers with Internet connections. They can send money and get mone. more »»

Responding to their own alarm

January 15, 2016 Fire damaged a Tomb Street home before dawn Wednesday. All occupants escaped unhurt and the house still stands. Members of Tiffin Fire Rescue Division can be thanked for that result — twice. more »»

Don’t be a statistic: Buckle up

January 13, 2016 News about highway safety in Ohio came with an implied warning recently for travelers everywhere: Buckle up. Highways in general have become steadily safer for several years. more »»

Programs needed to train workers

January 10, 2016 Ohioans got some good news about the economy during the fall, when the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services reported there were 240,000 job openings in the state. more »»

Thanks for giving

January 9, 2016 A tip of the cap this week to the community members and two businesses — Archer Daniels Midland Co. and The Andersans Inc. more »»

Wasteful spending remains pervasive

January 6, 2016 No nation on earth has a battle tank capable of matching the U.S. M1 Abrams. It is simply unbeatable on combat. more »»

It will be a good year for America’s creditors

January 5, 2016 Among America’s creditors, 2016 promises to be a good new year indeed. Our national debt will top $19 trillion sometime during the year. more »»

Celebrate the new year with caution

December 31, 2015 If the trend during recent years holds true tonight, about 156 Americans will not live to see daylight on New Year’s Day. Please, don’t be among them. more »»

Continue working to reduce infant mortality

December 30, 2015 Babies in Ohio achieved something of a milestone last year: For the first time since the state began keeping records in 1939, fewer than 1,000 of them died before their first birthdays. more »»

Proposal would protect young athletes

December 29, 2015 High school sports, including football, are much safer than many people may understand. more »»

 
 
 

 

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