Letters to the Editor

What has Happened to the Democrats

I watched the Mueller Report and could not believe what he was saying. He made the assumption that Trump was guilty of something without any clear evidence. The thing about his comment was his report proved Trump innocent but he made the ridiculous statement, Trump could be guilty even ...

Biased news coverge

When it comes to biased news coverage, it’s not a question of which channel is biased. The question is: Which is the most biased. I’m sure the answer would be: Well-it all depends on who you ask. If someone were to ask me, I would have to say that it is quite obvious that the answer is CNN. ...

Thanks for help

The Seneca County United Veterans Council would like to thank everyone who helped make this year’s Memorial Day Parade a success. Special thanks to AMVETS, Jim Immele, Ed Lape with State Farm, Don Stahl and The Seneca County Amateur Radio Emergency Service Group, Bryce Kuhns, Chuck Price and ...

Winterberry Farm opening truly was grand

I would like to extend a huge thank you to the people of Tiffin who attended Sabrina’s opening of her Winterberry Farm. In spite of the inclement weather, it turned out to be a huge success. It was heart-warming to hear all the enthusiasm about this beautiful barn and all the positive ...

An appeal for support

Sen. Rob Portman has distinguished himself as a bipartisan legislator. Now Americans need his leadership in supporting an amendment that will restore our democracy. A 28th Amendment, the Democracy for All Amendment, has been proposed in Congress by a bipartisan group of lawmakers. The ...

Reineke to the rescue

For well over a year now, the citizens of Seneca County have been dealing with what can only be called an invasion by wind companies intent to build hundreds of over 600-foot-tall wind turbines in the area. It has caused a great deal of concern and, even though our Seneca County commissioners ...

Fed up with obstruction

I was reading an article written by Jules Witcover who identifies as a political columnist. By reading his article, he should identify as a Democratic political columnist. He calls President Donald Trump a con man. Trump is the first president who is trying to do what he promised. Not like the ...

Teens need activities

I am a student at Columbian High School and I decided to write about how there is a lack of teenage things to do in town and how that should be fixed. I believe there should be more things for teenagers to do around town so then maybe teens would stay out of trouble and they also would keep ...

Please return wagon

Sometime last week, someone stole my grandkids’ Tonka wagon right from my back yard. I really wish you would bring it back, it belongs to my grandkids. I will not ask any questions. I am offering a $25 reward. It is yellow and black with Steelers stickers on it. It has “Tonka” imprinted ...

May is Motorcycle Safety Month

The cyclist is very vulnerable to all around him and/or her. There is no protection like in a vehicle. We are responsible for wearing proper gear to ride, but we are still low profile. We have responsibilities to help draw attention to us as we ride. So many times, the driver involved in the ...

Share the road

Motorcycles have always evoked an image of freedom, individuality and rebellion. With that freedom, there is also the possibility of an injury. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that motorcyclists are 27 times more likely than passenger car occupants to die in a ...

Thanks for supporting geranium sale

Tiffin Right to Life sincerely thanks everyone involved for their successful annual geranium sale May 11. We extend a tremendous “thank you” to the courteous owners and staff of Wagner Flower Shop and Greenhouse. Year after year, they supply the location, and once again this year, they ...

Students, staff grateful for support

The Mohawk High School Band and Student Council would like to thank the following for their support of our April 6 Drive4YourSchool joint fundraiser: event host Reineke Tiffin Ford-Lincoln Inc., sponsors Forte Music, O’Reilly’s Auto Parts and radio station WQEL Q92.7 in Bucyrus, and ...

Thank you, sponsors

Mohawk Community Library would like to thank the generous sponsors who have made donations to the library in 2019. MCL would not be able to serve our community without these loyal sponsors. We greatly appreciate all of your donations and cannot thank you enough! They include: Fillmore ...

Stop the slaughter

The news said only five Democrats in the House voted against late-term abortions. I can’t believe the rest voted for it. I cannot believe that many have no pity for small helpless little humans. You look at a baby the first time and fall in love. Killing a baby is no different than killing a ...

Declining birth rates affect all Americans

Your editorial concerning declining birth rates in the United States published Thursday seems to suggest that American women are not doing their “job” of producing enough children to meet the needs of our country. I agree with most of your comments on the adverse effects of fewer children, ...

Strike Out Cancer raises $3,253.10

Columbian baseball and softball programs would like to thank the Bucyrus Redmen baseball and softball programs in helping us raise funds for our 11th annual Strike Out Cancer benefit games May 11. In total, our efforts were able to raise $3,253.10 for Financial Assistance for Cancer Treatment ...

Thanks for help with Senior Prom

Area seniors enjoyed attending the Senior Prom May 2 at Columbian High School, sponsored by Seneca County Community Council. Guests received corsages, enjoyed refreshments and dancing to some “oldies” music, making memories in the photo booth, looking through old yearbooks from Columbian ...

Poppy sales coming

Saturday, members of the American Legion post and auxiliary will be out selling poppies. Members will be posted at I.G.A., Walmart and Rural King. We wish to thank these businesss ahead of time for supporting our veterans and this endeavor to help them. Each poppy is a representative of the ...

Keep children safe

This past Mother’s Day, Toledo news media reported an incident no mother should ever have to read or fear; yet another child was shot to death with a firearm. A four-year old boy shot himself with his father’s gun. The report stated it was an “accident.” The toddler “shot himself in ...