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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 »»

Thinking of the spirit of the season

December 19, 2013 At this time of year, the phrase “it’s the thought that counts” is often repeated but less frequently demonstrated. Two wire-service reports this week demonstrate just what those words mean. more »»

New park could be right idea, right time

December 18, 2013 A new Tiffin park proposed by a local leadership development program could be a case of the right development happening at the right place at the right time. more »»

Bill could prevent harmful behavior

December 17, 2013 Too often, people who suffer mental illness do not receive the help they need, even when it is apparent they are threats to themselves and/or others. more »»

Trillions missing, presumed misspent

December 16, 2013 The Pentagon cannot account for more than $8 trillion U.S. taxpayers have given it since 1996, according to a report by the Reuters news agency. more »»

Company gives time, employee gives blood

December 14, 2013 This week we give a tip of the cap to Greg Clouse and his employer, Toledo Molding & Die Inc. Clouse gave his 100th pint of blood Wednesday during a collection at the company’s Tiffin plant. more »»

Enact GONE before it’s forgotten

December 13, 2013 In Washington, government spending is discussed in terms of billions and trillions of dollars. A million bucks isn’t even enough to merit decimal-point mention in most agency budget. more »»

Veteran’s actions should be inspiring

December 12, 2013 The story of a good Samaritan who helped pull motorists out of a ditch Sunday night after they slid off an icy road is more than uplifting. It’s inspiring. more »»

Health care act is more than just a mistake

December 11, 2013 As many as one-fourth of the people who thought they had obtained health insurance through the government’s website,, may be “orphans,” officials confirmed last week. more »»

Mandela provides a model for us all

December 10, 2013 Nelson Mandela is gone, and with him goes the steadying influence he brought to governments across Afric. more »»

Candor expected from those seeking office

December 9, 2013 Millions of Americans have run afoul of the Internal Revenue Service at one time or another. Usually, honest mistakes are involved. more »»

Driving habits change with the weather

December 6, 2013 So much for Indian summer. Mild weather that brought a high temperature near 60 Thursday was to yield to a wintry mix overnight. more »»

Fracking records should be available

December 4, 2013 Ohio Department of Natural Resources officials were wrong to withhold records on oil and natural gas fracking waste, a state appeals court judge ruled last week. Of course they were. more »»

Delivery within an hour? 30 minutes? Try now

December 3, 2013 It sounds like a pitch from a pizza chain: Get delivery in 30 minutes or less. In an interview on CBS’ “60 Minutes” Sunday night — Cyber Monday eve — Amazon. more »»

Thanks for those who are giving to others

November 28, 2013 Most of us have many things to be grateful for this Thanksgiving Day. We have adequate food, shelter and clothing. We enjoy rights and freedoms that are unknown in some parts of the world. more »»

Start the holiday shopping season in midweek

November 27, 2013 The steady creep of Black Friday into Thanksgiving Day happened in a series of moves. It started with “doorbuster” sales at 6 a.m., then 5 a.m., even 4 a.. more »»

It’s easier to give where you live

November 26, 2013 All year long, residents in our area are asked to donate to worthy causes. At holiday time — that period from Thanksgiving and Christmas — the requests for contributions seem to increase. more »»

Response from spy agency is off target

November 25, 2013 Tuesday, members of Congress questioned Robert Litt, the top lawyer for the Director of National Intelligence, about the National Security Agency’s program of collecting communications records... more »»

Hats off

November 23, 2013 Thanks for helping feed folks in need Hats off to members of Knights of Columbus in Tiffin and St. more »»

Questions aside, the murder remains a tragedy

November 22, 2013 Fifty years ago today, charismatic young President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The horror of a U.S. more »»



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