Sue Steigerwald joined us at the Sandusky Register for Between the Lines. Steigerwald is a consumer advocate for owners of all-electric homes who fight changes in electric rates adversely impacting residents in the community.
The National Audubon Society aptly informs us that fully half of North American bird species could suffer habitat loss in just the next few decades. Although certain avian species will be able to adapt, others may disappear.
Three drinks are traditional at my house on Christmas Eve — broth, slush and punch. The first two are non-negotiable. My father always made his special Christmas broth and he passed the recipe down to my husband. I’m not too big on keeping recipes secret.
We sympathize with Fremont Mayor Jim Ellis. He didn't create the Fremont Reservoir project and he didn't cause the enormous burden — in the neighborhood of $45 million — in cost overruns from the project initiated by the city just a few years ago under Mayor Terry Overmyer.
The Plum Brook Station in Sandusky was created from 9,000 acres of farmland in 1941 to produce explosive powders during World War ll. Later, the agency that evolved into NASA bought the property for rocket and space exploration research and operated NASA’s only nuclear reactor.