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Turnpike revenue detoured to other roadways

July 17, 2013 This summer has brought a fundamental change to the status of the Ohio Turnpike. No longer is it a stand-alone venture. more »»

Two-plate rule still a good idea

July 16, 2013 Periodically, proposals to change Ohio law requiring that vehicle owners display license plates on the front and rear of their cars and trucks come up. more »»

Keep funds flowing until new election

July 15, 2013 The so-called “Arab spring” has turned into a long, hot summer in Egypt — but for now, the hottest seat is in the Oval Office at the White House. more »»

Hats off

July 13, 2013 Many offered help after the storm A tip of a sweat-brimmed cap goes to Mayor Aaron Montz, Tiffin Community YMCA, Bodyworks Fitness & Tanning, Java House and the American Red Cross for offering... more »»

Delay the health law impact on families, individuals

July 12, 2013 President Barack Obama’s administration announced this week it will delay, for one year, an Affordable Care Act requirement that businesses provide health care insurance. more »»

Warning sirens tell you to seek shelter

July 11, 2013 Warning sirens can do more than alert residents of an approaching tornado. The sirens may warn citizens of more than just weather-related emergencies. more »»

Others need you to come to rescue

July 10, 2013 We had some close calls Monday in Seneca County. In one, a dump truck struck a gas line in the morning on CR 38, within feet of where an accident ruptured a gas line in February 2012. more »»

Faster speeds demand greater attention

July 9, 2013 For the first time in nearly 40 years, people legally can drive 70 mph on rural stretched of interstate highways in Ohio again. more »»

Demand safety in nursing homes

July 8, 2013 It is difficult enough for most people to send aged or infirm relatives to nursing homes when they believe good care will be provided. more »»

Hats off

July 6, 2013 Thank you, firefighters “We’re devastated. We just lost 19 of the finest people you’ll ever meet.” Those were the words of Prescott, Ariz. more »»

Celebrate power going to the people

July 3, 2013 There is an important distinction between leading and leading from behind — better known as directing. Both are functions of management. more »»

Home schooling may be option — for grads

July 2, 2013 Student loan rates are only a fraction of the issue regarding college affordability. more »»

It’s best to leave fireworks to the pros

July 1, 2013 If the results of last week’s online poll truly reflect the views of community members, the overwhelming majority have libertarian views on the use of personal fireworks. more »»

Hats off

June 29, 2013 Thanks for sponsoring citizenship programs Hats off to the American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary for sponsoring Boys State and Girls State summer leadership and citizenship program. more »»

Phase out income tax? Not quite yet

June 28, 2013 Is the state personal income tax being phased out in Ohio? The Ohio Senate passed a budget Thursday calling for a 10-percent reduction in the income tax rate over three year. more »»

Protect streams, lakes from discharges

June 26, 2013 While power plants must stay within strict limits on the amount of pollutants they release into the air, rules intended to safeguard streams and lakes are less restrictiv. more »»

Proposal would roll back chances for levies

June 25, 2013 It is becoming more and more difficult for school officials to convince Ohio voters to accept property tax levies. Last August, just 10 of the 26 school issues on Buckeye State ballots were approve. more »»

Find ways to avoid corrupt usage of foreign aid

June 24, 2013 Americans poured billions of dollars into rebuilding Iraq’s economy and infrastructure after our military toppled Saddam Hussein from power. The result has not been satisfactor. more »»

It’s time for Ohio to halt its gambling monopoly

June 21, 2013 Though government too often competes with private-sector businesses, it should not do so. And government certainly should not set itself up as a monopoly. more »»

Common sense elevates decision

June 20, 2013 In terms of editorial fodder, this topic came wrapped in cellophane. To use a sports metaphor, it was a softball placed on a batting tee, waiting to be hit with a tennis racket. more »»



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