FIT Challenger Andy Carroll is progressing very well. He is working very hard in the gym and giving 100 percent at every workout.
He doesn't know it yet, but he is just about ready to teach his own class, "Train the Trainer.”
It's been yet another week of work without a workout.
It has really worn me down, so much so that I'm physically sick.
I had to leave work early Saturday and I've been in bed resting up.
I hope to be rested and back in the gym soon.
Tuesday's election proved one thing: You should never waste the opportunity to vote.
It happens every election — razor-thin margins of victory in important races and issues — consistently show every vote counts.
"There are no constraints on the human mind, no walls around the human spirit, no barriers to our progress except those we ourselves erect." Ronald Reagan
I have found myself alongside law enforcement probably more than any other profession in my “On The Job” series.
We can't understand the almost bizarre behavior of Erie County commissioner Bill Monaghan during two county land bank board meetings last month.
How this ‘homer’ won the football picks and watched a fourth state volleyball championship in one very Huron week ...
In case you didn’t know, I graduated from Huron High School in 2006.
I’ve lived in “a Great Lake Place” since 1999.
This coming Tuesday, Nov. 11, we will celebrate Veteran's Day. Its early tradition began centuries ago, and continues ever so strongly today.
Scott Gast's life was like a streaking comet across the sky, a gift to his family and this community.
He was our very own rock star.
He was also a son, a brother, a Christian, a friend.
According to oral tribal history and more recent written records, Native American hunters pursued the huge numbers of raccoons each fall on the Lake Erie Islands.
November!! It's a month in which we remember people, memories and things in which we are thankful for.
Granted, we should be thankful all year long for the gifts bestowed upon us.
It won. Not only that, it won big.
Voters in Sandusky — by a 58 to 42 percent margin — approved a small hike in the city's income tax and an increase in the admissions tax rate paid by visitors who come to Cedar Point.
The American Humanist Association (Atheists) has begun a campaign to urge people to sit out the Pledge of Allegiance until the words "under God," which were added to the pledge in 1954, are removed.
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