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Funding for parks should continue

May 13, 2014 When Gov. John Kasich and Ohio legislators tackled an enormous budget gap just a few years ago, they had to make truly painful cuts in state spending. Among them was money to maintain state parks. more »»

Give vets credit for training

May 11, 2014 Veterans of the armed services often take off their uniforms and attempt to step into civilian life with the knowledge they have learned valuable skills while in the military. more »»

Shower mothers with your gratitude

May 10, 2014 Mothers are amazing. A mother seem to have eyes in the back of her head and more than one pair of arms. And a mom often needs them to handle job and family responsibilities. more »»

Special delivery, indeed

May 9, 2014 Warm — no, hot — weather has arrived, meaning summertime is near. That makes Saturday a perfect time for the letter carriers’ annual Stamp Out Hunger food drive. more »»

Be a VIP and shop for a job

May 8, 2014 VIP — Internet jargon notwithstanding — is an acronym for a very important person. It’s often also a synonym for a celebrity, star athlete or dignitary. more »»

Enjoy your tax freedom for 2014

May 7, 2014 Remember back in mid-April, the deadline to file federal and state tax returns? Tax day 2014 arrived 21 days ago. more »»

If you haven’t done so yet, vote

May 6, 2014 Ordinarily, this space would be used to urge people to go vote. But to be more accurate, we really should encourage voters to cast their ballots — unless they already have done so. more »»

CBO says debt will grow ever higher

May 4, 2014 Americans seem to have become numb to worry about our astronomical national debt, already at $17.5 trillion. more »»

Hats off

May 3, 2014 Go outside and shop or recreate This week, we tip our hat to everyone who gets outdoors. more »»

We lost Earl, but vote for Reineke

May 2, 2014 Seneca County’s favorite-son gubernatorial candidate is to be omitted from the primary ballot in Ohio. Barring a successful appeal to U.S. more »»

Vote for Kerschner

May 1, 2014 Seneca County voters casting a ballot in the Republican primary have a choice between two Tiffin natives running for the board of commissioners. more »»

Protect taxpayers and Ohio charter schools

April 30, 2014 Charter schools can be excellent alternatives to the public education system. But, like their government-run counterparts, they have to follow the rules, too. more »»

Protect elderly Ohioans

April 29, 2014 Older Ohioans know enough to recognize a useless government feel-good program when they see it. more »»

Funding increase welcome, but keep costs low

April 26, 2014 The state is to spend $88.5 million to improve and modernize campgrounds, trails and recreational facilities at Ohio parks over the next two years. more »»

Politicians show they can work quickly

April 25, 2014 Much has been written of political bickering and gridlock in state and federal governments. But sometimes, the politicians join hands to get important things don. more »»

Reward for a job not done

April 24, 2014 A report stating the Internal Revenue Service paid a total of $1 million in bonuses to employees who owed back taxes brings several questions to min. more »»

Timing may play a role in relocation

April 23, 2014 A proposal to build a joint justice center in downtown Tiffin to house municipal and common pleas courts raised the level of collaboration between city and county officials. more »»

Celebrate Earth Day every day

April 22, 2014 Don’t take this the wrong way. It is fine to observe Earth Day. Just don’t limit that to a commemoratio. more »»

Contain the EPA

April 19, 2014 Few federal officials have the kind of virtually unbridled power enjoyed by the Environmental Protection Agency. more »»

Drug war demands state help

April 18, 2014 Drug abuse has become a wildfire in Ohio, spreading rapidly and consuming lives in the process. Local law enforcement agencies cannot battle it on their own. State officials need to do more. more »»

 
 

 

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