Like a prizefighter throwing a fight, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine will take a fall this week when his office presents evidence to a grand jury in the death of Craig Burdine at the Sandusky County Jail in 2007.

The great debate about shrinking government could get underway tomorrow during the Sandusky City Commission meeting.

A proposal to reduce the number of commissioners from seven to five could be discussed some, but likely will get approval from a majority on commission.

It might be a sweetheart deal for Team Ray Technologies, the Bellevue company that provides software and computer support for courts in Sandusky County.

The guy Huron County sheriff's deputies handcuffed and forced to the floor in his own apartment at 114-1/2 Benedict Ave. on March 25 is the only person providing any credible information about what happened.

Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard's chief deputy plays the Ohio Revised Code -- the compilation of state laws they're sworn to uphold -- fast and loose.

It's been that way since Howard was elected in 2012.

It took the city years before it learned when Joe Yost wants to make a deal chances are the only person who will benefit is Joe Yost.

Fremont Mayor Jim Ellis stepped in it earlier this month with this response to an inqury from the Sandusky Register:

The U.S. Border Patrol's operation in Ohio is not responsible for any of the 19 deaths among 67 cases in which other Border Patrol agents got into shooting matches, according to a recent news story in the Los Angeles Times.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol has some explaining to do, whether it wants to or not.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich could get snared in the controversies in Sandusky County this year, as his campaign for re-election heats up. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine already is thick with it.

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