Andre Stockett, who had obstruction charges against him recently dropped, was our guest on Between the Lines today.

His interview concluded with the announcement he was moving forward with a civil suit against the city of Sandusky.

10:22 AM Nov 26, 2014

I just returned from a geriatric medicine conference held by the Cleveland Clinic and learned about new practices being tested when treating people of older age.

9:30 AM Nov 26, 2014
As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, I am thankful to have been granted an interview of Geoffrey Landis, a NASA scientist, well-regarded science fiction writer and local poet.
 
2:12 AM Nov 26, 2014

FIT Challenger Sherry Waugh is really starting to drop some pounds now. 

The past three months of good nutrition and muscle building is going to really pay off as we close in on that 200-pound mark. 

5:42 PM Nov 25, 2014
Thumbs up to Kreimes Cardinal Grocery, Port Clinton and Columbus Sadler. Thumbs down to Frank Clark
5:35 PM Nov 25, 2014

Welcome to Thanksgiving.

The one day of the year that we take a moment of time twixt and tween football, parades, football, turkey, football, shopping and football to give thanks for what we’re thankful for the other 364 days of the year.

5:00 PM Nov 25, 2014

Joanna Connors, the books editor for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, has a good column up, suggesting that readers should use some of their holiday shopping money to buy books in independent bookstores.

2:17 PM Nov 25, 2014
Jeff Fox and Kevin Krieger are the latest members to join the Sandusky USBC '800 Club.' Fox, 51, rattled off games of 289-234-300 for a sparkling 823 series Saturday in the Star Gazers couples league at Star Lanes.
11:58 AM Nov 25, 2014

Ebola virus disease. When you hear these words, you might think of illness, death and tragedy. You may think Ebola is not a critical issue, or you might think otherwise. The Ebola virus disease is very severe and deadly and needs to be taken seriously.

10:00 AM Nov 25, 2014

STEM, the acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, is a program geared to advancing education in those fields. Recently, BGSU Firelands hosted a the sixth annual conference for Women in STEM.

7:00 AM Nov 25, 2014

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It took some planning but the Rieger Place preview event was a success.

I worked last week with Sandusky Main Street Association as they prepared for the Rieger Place unveiling.

2:30 PM Nov 24, 2014

"If you believe in yourself and have dedication and pride - and never quit, you'll be a winner. The price of victory is high but so are the rewards." Paul Bryant
 

12:00 PM Nov 24, 2014

A polar bear is one of many types of animals affected by global warming. Global warming is a very serious problem that is happening right now. I believe that we need to work harder to stop global warming and reduce the rising of water temperatures, water levels and melting ice.

12:00 PM Nov 24, 2014

Imagine if your favorite social media site or Google did not exist. This would be the reality if computer programmers did not make them happen. We would not be able to bank online or watch movies on Netflix.

12:00 PM Nov 24, 2014

Sandusky native Yolonda Sanders (Yolonda Brown when she graduated from Perkins High School in 1994) has just published her new mystery novel, "Day of Atonement," the second book in her new "Protective Detective" series. 

11:10 AM Nov 24, 2014

The county land bank has tarnished its reputation.

It seems the county land bank’s chairman and the director have given the county land bank a black eye by overstepping their authority.  The director’s bosses are made up of all the board members and not just the chairman alone.

9:34 AM Nov 24, 2014