So let me begin.
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If you have any interest in American history, or provocative ideas, I urge you to take time to read Ta-Nehisi Coates new article, "The Case for Reparations."
The following real estate transactions were the highest for the week ending May 16, in Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties.
We had the pleasure of hosting two of the scholarship winners from last week's Firelands Positive People awards.
It's likely Sandusky County Coroner John Wukie knows it.
It's apparent Ohio Attorny General Mike DeWine does.
DeWine's Bureau of Criminal Investigation special agent Charlie Snyder has it.
I am from a small town near Sandusky. I am writing this in regards to our society being too dependent on technology.
I am concerned about the depreciating amount of acceptance of prayer in schools.
Raises for salaried employees and improvements to Water Street.
Where did this money suddenly come from?
And yet there is not enough money to keep the Venice Road Fire Station open full time?
This week's blog is going to take us to Arkansas.
After my last fishing tournament on Toledo Bend Reservoir, I had a week off.
One would think the attack on Sept. 11, 2001, would have awakened Americans for the foreseeable future to the need to prepare for unexpected dangers.