With a name like Boneset, one would first think of an herb with the ability to help set broken bones, and that would be correct! American Indians have long used this herb for setting bones.
“They're marching, Charles,” my mother told my father in one of the earliest exchanges between them I can recall.
“Who's marching?” he asked.
“The colored people.”
A headline in the Nov. 13 News Herald read: "Rose not giving up despite Issue 6." I do not believe this surprised anyone.
A while ago I read where someone said, "If Mr. Rose would pull out of Port Clinton we may never get another developer to come to Port Clinton."
Last night, I stayed up late watching the scholar athletes at my alma mater, the University of Oklahoma, defeat Alabama 45-31 in the Sugar Bowl. Since OU was a 17-point underdog, the outcome was a real pleasure for Sooner fans.
The following real estate transactions were the highest for the week ending Jan. 1, in Erie, Ottawa and Huron counties.
The New York Times has posted a fascinating quiz which tries to identify part of the country you are from according to which words you use in everyday conservation.
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