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Kasich proposal could aid dropouts

April 14, 2014 More than a million Ohio adults never graduated from high school. Every year, about 24,000 teenagers join them by dropping out of school. more »»

Ensure timely access to public records

April 13, 2014 Public officials constantly find new ways to deny the public access to government documents. A group of Ohio legislators wants to put more teeth in the state’s open records laws. more »»

Let the energy market handle it

April 10, 2014 Remember the law approved by the Ohio legislature in 2008 that requires electric utilities to obtain 25 percent of their power from “renewable” sources by 2025 — with half of that coming from source... more »»

Put end to Fannie, Freddie, tinkering

April 9, 2014 It is difficult — with good reason — to believe any “reform” initiated in the U.. more »»

Medicine available in battle against heroin

April 8, 2014 The recent series of Associated Press stories about heroin abuse hasn’t offered much optimism. more »»

Readjust premiums for flood insurance

April 6, 2014 The need to change National Flood Insurance Program rates make sense. How those rates impact property owners in different states does no. more »»

Help get message out about heroin

April 4, 2014 Ohio’s chief legal officer and chief legal counsel in Seneca County delivered similar messages Wednesday in our communit. more »»

Ensure Ohioans get tax refunds

April 3, 2014 After a scandal erupted last year when it was learned some Ohioans who had overpaid taxes were not told they were due refunds, state officials insisted they would keep that from happening again. more »»

How a $2.15 raise can add up

April 1, 2014 A proposal to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10 per hour for untipped workers might sound attractive, especially considering base wage hasn’t kept up with inflation. more »»

A united way to top goal

March 29, 2014 A tip of the hat to everyone involved in Tiffin-Seneca United Way’s 2013-2014 fundraising campaign, which exceeded its $500,000 goal Thursday. more »»

Federal gov’t can be made less costly

March 28, 2014 Much of the partisanship in Washington, D.C., results from a lack of cooperatio. more »»

Going, going ... but with grace and tact

March 26, 2014 With less than a week before early voting is to start in Ohio, it looks like Fostoria native and Libertarian candidate for governor Charlie Earl will not appear on the primary ballo. more »»

Vacancy looms for another building

March 25, 2014 The owner of the vacant East Junior High School — a building originally known as Columbian High School — announced Friday he hopes reuse of the structure would be a part of the renaissance of... more »»

Ohio’s crowded prison system still faces questions

March 23, 2014 The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction is boasting that fewer prisoners are going back to prison after they are release. more »»

Winter takes a costly toll

March 21, 2014 Ike. Katrina. Ivan. Hugo. The names of hurricanes conjure images of devastation and death. They should. Accuweather. more »»

Funding exists for ATV trail projects

March 20, 2014 The quest for all-terrain vehicle trails in Seneca County might get past the wouldn’t-it-be-nice stag. more »»

Setting records for not providing records

March 19, 2014 When President Barack Obama took office, he promised Americans the most transparent administration in history. Just the opposite has occurred. more »»

You have a role in hometown safety

March 18, 2014 If you see something, say something. That is the basis of a national public awareness campaign that arose after the attacks on 9/11. more »»

Let the sun shine through shadows

March 16, 2014 Today is the beginning of Sunshine Week 2014. While the Government in the Sunshine Act dates back to 1976, the concept of openness and transparency in government is much older. more »»

Games are over, but plays continue

March 15, 2014 The girls' high school basketball championships wrap up today in Columbus, with the boys' version to follow next week. more »»



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