Attending the Firelands Positive People awards program for the first time last Wednesday, I didn’t know what to expect. But neither did Sandusky Central Catholic’s guidance counselor Cathy Zeiher.

At times, Sandusky city commission meetings reflect an elementary school classroom setting, highlighted by uncontrollable behavior and nonsensical dialogue.

There’s also assigned seating.

1964 was the last year a Cleveland team won a major sports championship. (It was before the Super Bowl, but the Browns trounced the Baltimore Colts in the NFL title game, 27-0, on Dec. 27, 1964.)

Philip Richter used to run an obscure state agency. Richter is the executive director and staff attorney of the Ohio Elections Commission, which mostly fields complaints and makes rulings when a political candidate wants to complain that an opponent lied about him (or her).

Photo assignments involving kids are always a fun experience.

Becca Anderson, whose play “President Mom” will be performed at Saturday’s new play festival at the Caryl Crane Youth Theatre at BGSU Firelands, is no stranger to Sandusky.

When people go to the Sandusky Police Department, they typically use an in-station telephone to contact an officer. Reporters do the same when they need to speak to an officer.

Earlier this year, NASA and Stanford University sent ants where no insect has gone before — the depths of outer space, to the International Space Station. 

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