12:32 PM May 13, 2014
Sandusky will probably implement curbside recycling if the city cannot control the trash at the recyclable bin areas. 
 
4:05 AM May 13, 2014
USDA SETS DATE FOR SOYBEAN REQUEST FOR REFERENDUM
9:36 PM May 12, 2014
“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow man; and along these fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back as effects” – Herman Melville
8:34 PM May 12, 2014

Since March 2012 I've gotten the chance to fullfill my boyhood dream. As you may or may not have read in last weeks inaugural blog, that dream was to become a professional bass fisherman.

8:12 PM May 12, 2014
Thousands of birds flitted in the trees or flew overhead, their songs exploding in the air in a beautiful symphony Thursday morning as I walked alongside birding gurus Kim and Kenn Kaufman.
6:09 PM May 12, 2014

We are extremely grateful to the community for supporting the school district levy.

By supporting and passing Issue 3, Sandusky voters have once again chosen to make an investment in the community, in their schools and in all their children.

1:09 PM May 12, 2014

This winter, natural gas prices hit a five-year high at $6.49 per million British thermal units, charging higher due to extreme cold weather across much of the country.

12:57 PM May 12, 2014
Two months ago we planted some "me-seed-ges," how have they fared for you and/or your business?
 
7:41 PM May 11, 2014
Happy National Tourism Week! We encourage you to be a tourist in your own backyard, and here’s an idea of where to start.

6:46 PM May 11, 2014

I am concerned about pit bulls, they are unbelievably misunderstood in today’s society. Everyone assumes they are used for fighting dogs or they are just aggressive dogs in general.

4:43 PM May 11, 2014

Recent studies have shown that school uniforms help the students’ school experiences in may ways. They prevent bullying and/or people getting hurt, show children discipline, and help students stay focused.

2:00 PM May 11, 2014

It's always interesting when people make arguments against affirmative action. Those anti-affirmative action arguments usually follow along the lines that nobody should get special treatment, preferential hiring status or opportunities over anyone else.

But it happens all the time.

11:44 AM May 11, 2014

In my studies students complain too much about homework. They don’t really know what it does for them and in their future. They also think that teachers do it on purpose but really teachers hate homework just as much as students.

8:05 AM May 11, 2014
For me, Mother’s Day 2014 won’t compare to any other Mother’s Day in my life.
 
6:00 PM May 10, 2014

I wasn't like most boys growing up in the sense that I didn't dream of becoming the next NBA or NFL superstar.

Sports were a major part of my childhood but not something I wanted to pursue after high school.

5:57 PM May 9, 2014

Every time I hear an elected official talk about voter fraud, it makes me sick. It is their way of blowing smoke to distract from the poor job they are doing of running our country.