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Ohio Youth Risk Behavior, 2013 survey

March 25, 2014 Did you know that every three years, a comprehensive health assessment is conducted in your county for adults and youth? This survey is commissioned and paid for by several organizations in your... more »»

Brunch was great

March 22, 2014 A friend and I attended the senior citizen’s brunch and musical Thursday at Columbian High School. more »»

Support really kicks it

March 22, 2014 If wags and smiles indicate success, then Kicking It With Kennedy at the YMCA was “pawsitively” successful! Our attendance was fabulous and people were very generous! Smiles and wags were plentiful... more »»

Staples will be missed

March 22, 2014 I was very disappointed to read of Tiffin Staples store closing. more »»

What will be said?

March 22, 2014 Throughout history there are periods that later generations look back on in amazement and ask, “What were they thinking?” I can’t help but wonder what will be remembered about us 20, 50, 100 years... more »»

Comparison misleading

March 22, 2014 This letter is concerning the presentation Scott Urban gave at the most recent Tiffin City Schools board meeting March 11. more »»

Building for the future

March 20, 2014 Recently in The Advertiser-Tribune, I read an article about a proposal for a courthouse to be constructed on the site of the old structure. I think this is a wonderful idea. more »»

Trustees did great job

March 20, 2014 After this winter, hopefully residents of Seneca Township have a true appreciation for their elected township officials. more »»

Raffle raises $7,000

March 15, 2014 Feb. 1, Clyde Young Farmers conducted the 12th annual raffle benefit. The event is conducted each year to raise funds for local charities. more »»

Gift aids young readers

March 15, 2014 Tiffin-Seneca Public Library’s Board of Trustees and staff would like to thank B.A. Seitz Fund for its generous donation to the library. more »»

Help a neighbor

March 13, 2014 Have you been between a rock and a hard place? Of course you have. We all have. However, someone in our community is in an unbelievable spot, and needs your help. more »»

Thank you to a select few

March 11, 2014 I would like to take the opportunity to thank Jeff Hoyda, Chris Widman and Randy Schwartz for their decision to table the opening of the old Lincoln Elementary School for the use as the new Tiffin... more »»

Remember Robenalts

March 11, 2014 I was truly disappointed to see Robenalts Grocery was not mentioned in the mom-and-dad grocery stores the other day. This was a very prominent store, especially for the west-end people. more »»

Cost saving?

March 11, 2014 Feb. 25, I attended a school board meeting regarding Tiffin City Schools opening a preschool for special needs children at Lincoln Elementary. more »»

Misuse of funds

March 11, 2014 I understand that we are proud of Seth Williams but come on, the police and fire vehicles paraded him through town like he is some hero? How much did this cost the city for the use of the city... more »»

Problem Gambling Awareness Month

March 11, 2014 With March upon us, Ohioans look forward to warmer weather, St. Patrick’s Day and filling out our March Madness brackets. more »»


March 8, 2014 Tiffin-Seneca Public Library’s Board of Trustees and staff would like to thank the Eagles for their very generous donation of $6,000 to the library. more »»

Passing along thanks

March 8, 2014 Here is a letter we received at the funeral home from the 387th Air Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron thanking those who participated in our annual Stockings for Soldiers. more »»

Care of mentally ill pushed back to 1800s

March 8, 2014 An article in the Feb. 12 edition of The (Toledo) Blade by Nicholas D. Kristof of Chicago states the care of our mentally ill has been pushed right back to the 1800s. In some ways, he’s right. more »»

Fond memories

March 6, 2014 I am so happy The A-T highlighted McCartan’s grocery store. I remember stopping there while walking home from West Junior High School to get candy, pretzel sticks or a drink. more »»



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