The hottest new writer in science fiction is Ann Leckie, who was born in Toledo but grew up and lives in St. Louis. Her debut novel, "Ancillary Justice," came out in 2013 and won the Hugo Award, the Nebula Award, the Arthur C. Clarke Award and the Locus Award.
The county did its best with the curbside recycling program and now it is time to just let it go. Nothing good will come of the one-hauler program when not allowing healthy competition to keep prices down.
Crappies are one of the most popular and common pan fish in the U.S. and most reservoirs in Ohio have populations of them that many local fishermen target. They are often regulated with a daily bag limit coupled with a minimum legal size length to protect them from over harvest.