You Said It: Bellevue High School goes to the dogs
Mar 7, 2013 at 7:30 AM
Headline: Police conduct drug search at Bellevue schools
March 6, 2013 - 11:31 p.m.
"If my child had been the one caught, I'd have my time better spent in other pursuits, obviously... but if one of mine had been pulled out of class in those circumstances and nothing had been found... yeah, then I'd had a problem with it...But then we're all guilty until we can prove ourselves innocent. Right? And the ends justify the means. And the school was so rampant with drug problems that the need for 10 drug dogs, their handlers and who knows what other support ( because the article is so vague)was necessary. For a school system in a town with a population of 8,500."
Headline: Residents ask questions of Perkins School Board, Superintendent
March 6, 2013 - 10:58 p.m.
"Q: What took place at this meeting? A: Civil Discourse"
Headline: Note to Legislators: Kill Kasich tax plan
March 6, 2013 - 10:22 p.m.
"Kasich is merely passing the buck. Just as he has done with school funding (he pats himself on the back for cutting funding at state level, meanwhile local school districts ended up having to make up for those cuts with local levies), the middle class yet again will end up paying more out of pocket, while the rich remain relatively unscathed. Also, the "I shouldn't have to pay for something unless I use it" is classic "me first, and the heck with the rest of you" thinking. So, in other words, no one should have to pay for police protection, fire departments, and ODOT snow removal, until they actually need them, right?"
Headline: Pathologist fires back at Sandusky County special prosecutor
March, 6, 2013 - 12:03 p.m.
I do not see anything forthcoming from the side of Sandusky Co. Nothing. How long does it take for gov't entities to gather their "ducks" in a row? This is off topic, but still deals with gov't entities not forthcoming: The girl shot in the foot in Willard? This is supposed to be public record. Not in a board room in a private corp.
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