The old chair you see in this photograph may not be very impressive, since in point of fact, it's just a worn old chair.
They say that loose lips sink ships.
But slightly loosened lips can help build anticipation for a new Cedar Point ride.
Typically, when someone insists I interview them through email, I assume they're a bit shy, or maybe they have something to hide.
But this month, teacher Jim Miller gave me his best reasoning yet.
I caused a bit of a distraction during the most interesting time during Fremont Ross High School's graduation.
Just before the 300-plus graduates received their diplomas, I positioned myself in a way so I could photograph each student.
Huron's pop-up coffee shop certainly experienced a successful three-week stint this spring.
Happy Day Café, opened in honor of late Shawnee Elementary School principal Satanta "Tanny" Vonthron, aimed to serve up smiles to Huron residents, as well as donated snacks and coffee.
During a recent car crash, I ran into a jubilant man named Michael Smith, who said he wouldn't believe me if he made the newspaper in a positive light.
Well, you're wrong.
I snapped this photo of him shortly leaving the crash scene. I took it because I thought it looked cool.
See a turkey? Report a turkey.
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.
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