Linguistic tidbits for your information and amusement.
 

 By Rita M. Mahler

Special to the Register 

I come from the PR world of stuffing envelopes with press releases and glossy black and white photos. Anyone who knows me would say I’m more of a “blah blah” than a blogger.
 
By this time of year, gardens generally look good but problems seem to plague certain vegetables. Of all the plants in the garden, people seem to be most concerned about their tomatoes.
I’ve shared how I once played third base behind Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Feller at a fundraising event, and how I once topped my lifelong athletic adversary in a game of home-run derby.
 

I would like to express my opinion on the joining of Sandusky Middle School with Sandusky High School.

I am in high school right now and it gets kind of annoying at times when people in high school can’t go into certain parts of the school.

One of the most successful programs initiated over the past 60 years has proven to be the Conservation Reserve Program.
 
Every golf team is looking for that miracle shot when playing in a scramble for it usually means money in the pocket for the skin game participants.

If you've never seen a vintage "base ball" game at the Rutherford B. Hayes Center in Fremont, you have another chance this weekend. The home team, the Spiegel Grove Squires, will take on a pickup team of local "celebrities," including educators and a couple of fire chiefs. Game time is 2 p.m.

“I'm not having a press conference or a party. After this, it's time to get to work.”

In past blogs I have presented eight of the principles of recovery and now we are at the final remaining two principles that the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services of America (SAMSHA) have listed for their ten core principles for recovery.

We’ve all heard that recreational fishing participation in the United States is on the decline.  Many of us including myself, never actually knew what those figures were.  I assumed they were drastic.  After doing a little digging through some U.S.

The following real estate transactions were the highest for the week ending July 5, in Erie, Huron and Ottawa counties:

What is wrong with this picture? A few months ago, a select group of our Sandusky city employees received a raise followed by the off again, on again closing of the Venice Road fire station.

CRP Participants — Think twice before mowing