Erie County fans of the "The Supernatural," a weekly drama on the CW network about a pair of brothers who battle monsters across the U.S., got an extra treat last weekend: This time, the monsters are targeting Sandusky.
Last year, the Humane Society launched a ballot drive to force a statewide vote on livestock cruelty. It was called off at the last moment after Gov. Ted Strickland helped broker a compromise between farmers and animal rights activists.
Freedom has served the Internet well. The Net continues to expand and offer new opportunities, with little government interference. It's served as a way to connect people who want to engage in political act or connect and share common interests.
Rasha Aly, the Sandusky Register's education reporter from September 2004 to June 2006, is an American from Columbus.
Both of her parents, however, are from Egypt, and she has relatives who live there. She's been following the events in that country closely and posting comments on Facebook.