My article about Ottawa County sanitary engineer Kelly Frey's warnings back in March about algal bloom toxins in Lake Erie got good play in the newspaper and online, but not everybody was pleased.
Well, this past week started off pretty tough and then it got harder!
My trainer Ken Cutcher of Anytime Fitness in Huron added another set to all my exercises I was regretting everything I said in my last blog!
Things get hard and I have to push through them.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's explanations for his extraordinary interference in a sexual harassment investigation inside the AG's office last year involving his personal friend are shallow, self-serving and hardly believable.
Holmes and Watson would see exactly the same things, but only Holmes would notice them.
Sandusky City Schools went back to classes Monday. Other schools will soon follow suit if they haven’t already.
As much as I hate to see summer end, especially one that flew by at warp speed, I always like the beginning of the school year.
"Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out" ~ Unknown
This past week has been eventful.
On Monday, I beat the rowing machine after my poor performance the previous Wednesday, of that I was proud.
How great to see the Sandusky community enjoying “Elvis in the Park” (Sandusky Register, Aug. 8).
What a wonderful way to spend a less busy Thursday evening — in the beautiful Washington Park of downtown Sandusky. It is truly a showplace.
My name is Bob Germond and this is for the good people of Norwalk. During the school board meeting on Tuesday, this is one of a number of questions that I asked.
Erie County Sheriff Deputy Greg Hall hopes he is making a difference.
Sometimes the dog leaves its business on the front lawn and some times people step in it.
Sometimes they try to scrape it off without being seen.
But readers of the Sandusky Register are a very discerning bunch and the very residents who keep informed, and vote.
Organizers of a "Recovery March" next month in Sandusky sent a clear message Friday: Overcoming addiction is possible for anyone.
Sandusky Artisans Recovery Community Center had the privilege and honor to have one of SARCC’s Camp Recovery attendees present at the 5th Annual Opiate Conference.
Corn climbs, finally!
After being hammered lower for nearly six months, corn prices finally staged a modest recovery this week, providing a much needed opportunity for farmers to sell some of this year’s huge crop.
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