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October 18, 2015 Robert Dendinger (from left), Tim McAndrew, Brad Willoughby, Karl Zalar, Fred Doepker and Dan Reimer were chanters at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in 1964. more »»

Fields of Study

October 18, 2015 USDA’s Kevin King says researchers know three methods to help farmers reduce nutrient-laden water that runs off farm fields into streams and ends up in Lake Erie. more »»

Lifestyle Briefs, Oct. 13

October 13, 2015 Volunteer to help with Heritage Fest A meeting for people or organizations interested in volunteering to help with the Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival is set for 7 p.m. Oct. more »»

Meniere’s disease includes vertigo

October 12, 2015 Dear Dr. Roach: My wife is suffering from Meniere’s disease, a condition that causes, at times, severe vertigo and disorientation. more »»

Wife may suffering from depression

October 12, 2015 Dear Annie: I have been married to “Pam” for 16 years. During the last nine, she gradually has become a totally different person. She has gained a lot of weight, but that’s not the real issue. more »»

Heart attack reducing benefits of niacin not what once thought

October 5, 2015 Dear Dr.?Roach: I have been taking niacin for many years. more »»

Keep neighbor’s visit short

October 5, 2015 Dear Annie: My husband and I are friends with another couple in our neighborhood. The majority of the time, we get along well. We have even traveled together. more »»

Rooms with a view

October 4, 2015 Larry Breidenbach bought an old Tiffin shoe factory building without giving it a close look. He simply enjoys restoring old buildings to enhance Tiffin’s beauty. more »»

Welcome change

October 4, 2015 PARIS — A 24-year-old Danish woman sails refugees across windy straits to safety in Sweden. A Romanian whose ancestors were driven from their homeland opens his house to today’s migrants. more »»

After ruinous war, Syria regions may go separate ways

October 4, 2015 BEIRUT — Syria already has been shattered by more than four years of civil war, and with no solution in sight, some players on the ground and observers outside have concluded its fate will be to... more »»

Sexual predator problem also needs attention

October 4, 2015 Drug offenses are why the overwhelming majority of people behind bars in Ohio were sent there. As many as 80 percent of state prison inmates have histories of trouble with substance abuse. more »»

Lack of housing makes housing unaffordable

October 4, 2015 Nowhere has there been so much hand-wringing over a lack of “affordable housing,” as among politicians and others in coastal California. more »»

Is there a political precedent for Donald Trump?

October 4, 2015 In November 1964, a crowd of 5,000 attended the opening of the Verrazano Narrows Bridge, then the longest suspension bridge in the world. Presiding were New York Mayor Robert Wagner, New York Gov. more »»

Final Civil War re-enactment set at Hayes center

September 29, 2015 The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center is gearing up for its 25th Civil War re-enactment, the final one the center is hosting. more »»

Pneumonia vaccine guidelines clarified

September 28, 2015 Dear Dr. Roach: I have a question regarding the new pneumonia vaccine Prevnar for my grandmother. She had the Pneumovax 23 in 2012 (she is in her 80s). more »»

Politely ask neighbor to move smoking patio

September 28, 2015 Dear Annie: Recently, new neighbors moved in next door. They seem nice. The problem is, the husband smokes on their porch, which is on the side of their house and only a few yards from ours. more »»

View from above

September 27, 2015 Tiffin University President Richard C. Pfeiffer sits in his office at the “campus in the clouds” in January 1955. At the time, TU was located in what now is known as the Gold Bond Building, 154 S. more »»

GEO cache

September 27, 2015 By Vicki Johnson Staff Writer vjohnson@advertiser-tribune. more »»

‘Green’ light

September 27, 2015 By Vicki Johnson Staff Writer Dan Doepker estimates he has saved $7,800 in electricity costs since he installed solar panels in his backyard. more »»

Pianist bringing harpsichord to ’Berg

September 22, 2015 A pianist and harpsichordist is to entertain audiences as the first guest artist during the fall performance season of Heidelberg University’s School of Music & Theatre. more »»



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