A federal judge has effectively cleared a Sandusky man in a federal case that had accused members of a Michigan militia group of plotting to kill law enforcement officers. And the man's wife couldn't be happier.
A state legislative panel has approved a compromise on an Ohio bill that would require students in grades 4-12 be taught the original texts of the state and U.S. constitutions, the Declaration of Independence and other documents.
A federal judge dismissed the most serious charges Tuesday against seven members of a Michigan militia who were rounded up as homegrown extremists accused of plotting war against the U.S., saying their expressed hatred of law enforcement didn't amount to conspiracy against the government.
Brian Ramler longs for the days when his marina on Lake Huron's Georgian Bay could handle 50 boats - before water levels began dropping steadily more than a decade ago. He can accommodate fewer than half as many now and wants the government to help bring the water back.
Q: I was wondering if you could give us any update you can dig up as to the status of the Damon's building's fate/new tenant? Also, I recall a story ran in the SR about Bed Bath and Beyond coming to town, any updates on that story also? I look, just couldn't find any info on the SR's site. Thanks - Jon in Sandusky
This week, I experienced what might be considered my first physical “setback” of the competition. I made it to the gym again six days this week, working with Patrick on two of those days. On Thursday, we worked on a couple of the cable machines that I had not used as of this time.
I had to go clothes shopping this past weekend! I was at the Disability Fair at the Erie County Board of Developmental Disabilities and commented to a friend that I just realized my pants were really baggy.
This past week was rough; I came done with the flu. I only worked out at the gym two days for the whole week. My diet was very horrible; only thing I ate was soup, and I drank a lot of water. I was so weak and all I could do was sleep.
Federal judges in Cincinnati have rejected claims by "Joe the Plumber" that his constitutional rights were violated by a state records search allegedly done in retaliation for his voicing public concern over taxes to then-candidate Barack Obama.