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Learn to spot, stop human trafficking

January 16, 2014 For nearly a generation, our state promoted tourism with the words, “Ohio, The Heart of It All.” The slogan was apt, literally and figurativel. more »»

Subsidize jobs to help the jobless

January 15, 2014 Today’s editorial cartoon might be a form of reductio ad absurdum — countering a claim by taking it to absurd lengths — yet the premise prompts useful debat. more »»

911 Good Samaritan bill could save lives

January 14, 2014 An Ohio legislator has proposed granting limited immunity for underage drinkers who call 911 for someone who needs medical help after having too much to drink. more »»

‘Puppy mill’ law is a good beginning

January 13, 2014 For years, Ohio had a bad name among animal lovers because it was a good place to operate a “puppy mill” — an operation churning out puppies for sale, in sometimes inhumane environments. more »»

Hats off

January 11, 2014 Thanks for keep people safe, warm In addition to the law enforcement officers, paramedics, EMTs, firefighters, doctors, nurses, snow plow drivers and other public safety and medical personnel who... more »»

Review rules on gas well drilling

January 10, 2014 Despite the enormous amount of natural gas well drilling in Ohio during the past few years, the state has recorded just 6 confirmed cases of contamination of water supplie. more »»

Store ICE in digital, analogue formats

January 9, 2014 Considering the impact winter weather has had on area roadways lately, all that ice should remind residents of the importance of ICE. more »»

US debt can’t be sustained

January 8, 2014 Liberals in Congress and President Barack Obama insist they will not tolerate conservative initiatives to get government spending under control. more »»

‘Small things’ can make a huge difference

January 7, 2014 An American Red Cross official had some advice Monday which — due to dangerously cold temperatures — could be the difference between trial and tragedy. more »»

Ohio gets better at prepping

January 6, 2014 Officials in Ohio are doing their best to get ahead of the game, and are making fantastic strides in public safety and emergency management. more »»

Traffic fatalities highlight need for road work

January 3, 2014 On a statewide basis, the most serious measure of traffic safety saw a marked improvement last yea. more »»

The book of $30B in wasteful spending

January 2, 2014 Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., has released his annual “Wastebook,” giving us all a window into the positively absurd ways in which the federal government spends the hard-earned tax dollars we give it. more »»

Resolve to stay sober if driving

December 31, 2013 New Year’s parties are about to get under way, and it is a good time to remember not to get behind the wheel of a car after drinking at one of those partie. more »»

Hats off

December 28, 2013 Thanks for being a part of this community Once again, we use this space to thank just about everyone in our readership area who has made contributions large and small to benefits, dinners,... more »»

Yet another spending showdown looming

December 27, 2013 Remember earlier this month, when official Washington was assuring the American people a controversial budget deal would prevent any new fiscal crises for some time to come? Well, forget it. more »»

Forecast of impact from gov’t shutdown was off

December 26, 2013 As part of their ongoing campaign to blame Republicans for everything bad that happens in the United States, President Barack Obama and fellow liberals warned this fall that the partial shutdown of... more »»

It’s all about the presence

December 24, 2013 “It’s better to give than to receive” is a phrase often heard this time of year. That’s not just true in an altruistic sense. more »»

Maybe vendors can work off debt

December 23, 2013 If you owe the Internal Revenue Service money, chances are you will be harassed until you pay up or at least make arrangements to do so. Unless you happen to be doing business with the IRS. more »»

Hats off

December 21, 2013 Elchert performed duties well A tip of the cap to Paul Elchert, who presided this week over his last Tiffin City Council meeting. more »»

A bill’s impact on jobs should be noted

December 20, 2013 When members of Congress get copies of bills under consideration, they also receive estimates of the measures’ costs — not that it seems to do much good in controlling government spending. more »»

 
 
 

 

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