The Put-in-Bay police department already has a public relations problem, which are self-created, in our view, and stem from poor leadership of the department.
And when things are going bad, it’s just as easy to feel nothing will go right again.
"We all do better when we work together. Our differences do matter, but our common humanity matters more." - Bill Clinton
Before I get to the events of this past week, I would like to apologize to anyone out there who took my comments about Curves in the wrong way.
I was slinging classic cocktails in Sandusky's nicest speakeasy.
The effort in Erie County to establish a drug addiction treatment center with the full range of recovery services, in our opinion, is an important initiative with many dedicated supporters.
If I venture to Put-in-Bay, it isn't for the same reasons as most people. I'm working.
When I entered the Put-in-Bay Police Department recently to gather police reports, I noticed a new poster hanging next to its service window. It's clearly geared toward the island's typical patrons.
By way of an introduction, my name is John Hageman.
If the name sounds familiar, it may be because I frequently provided news while Manager of Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory in Put-in-Bay for 25 years. I also operated Primetime Ice Charters.
The Put-in-Bay police department told the Register “its lawyer” recently instructed officers to change the way they file crime reports.
Its lawyer is law director George Wilber, and Wilber's keeping a tight lip on whatever instructions he gave the department.
"Limitations live only in our minds. But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become limitless." Jamie Paulinetti
It's hard to believe that my round of the FIT Challenge is finished.
I feel incredibly blessed that I was chosen to participate during that time period.
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Amy Skolnik, Tamara Zuilhof and Angie Esposito from Stein Hospice were guests Friday on Between the Lines.
Like many of you, I have been reading coverage of the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo., and the resulting protests and discussions. Here are some thoughts and resources:
This is hard. It hurts. I am in constant pain. My back, my knees, my feet, my ankles. I hurt everywhere.
It is a challenge to get out of bed in the morning.
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