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Feeling down? It’s no surprise

February 15, 2014 By now we're guessing you — like so many of us in the area — are sick and tired of winte. more »»

Power shopping could save plant

February 12, 2014 T ime is running out for about 1,000 men and women who worked at the Ormet aluminum plant until last fall. If Ohio legislators and Gov. more »»

State should aid adoptive parents

February 11, 2014 Ohio legislators are on a path to improve the lives of many of the state's most helpless residents - children who need adoptive parents. more »»

Roses&Thorns

February 9, 2014 Thorns for people shoveling and/or plowing snow and ice on to public roadways. This includes independent contractors. We saw this ourselves Wednesda. more »»

Groundhogs have different outlooks

February 7, 2014 C ontroversy rules the world, from Washington to New Jersey to places as far afield as Punxsutawney, Pa., and French Creek, W.Va., and Marion, Ohio. more »»

No excuse left on Keystone pipeline

February 6, 2014 Enough is enough — unless, apparently, you are President Barack Obama, determined to please your radical environmentalist supporters. more »»

Acting to prevent pain drug abuse

February 5, 2014 Misuse of prescription medicines such as those used to dull the pain of injuries and some illnesses accounts for a substantial number of people with serious drug addictions. more »»

Just say ‘no’ to casinos’ demands

February 4, 2014 As revenue continues to drop at Ohio casinos and horse race tracks, beware of how the state legislature responds. And look no further than West Virginia for a preview. more »»

Obama’s wage plan will cost everyone

February 3, 2014 Assuming President Barack Obama means what he says — more than an idle concern, in view of his record for veracity — Americans are about to get a lot less for the tax dollars they send to Washingto. more »»

Roses&Thorns

February 2, 2014 Roses for Alexandra Prychodczenko of Salem and the over 40 people involved in “Bundles for Ukraine. more »»

Ohio must ensure school data honest

January 31, 2014 What is most disturbing about an investigation of the Columbus school district is the possibility — nay, the probability — that similar crimes are being committed in Ohio's 610 other public educatio... more »»

Congress should fund Monitor work

January 30, 2014 After nearly a century and a half at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, a treasure of American history was raised in 2002. more »»

Helping stash the cash for pot dealers

January 29, 2014 It is a shame President Barack Obama does not have the same level of concern for most businesses that it does for those in the marijuana industr. more »»

So drug policy is ‘just say maybe?’

January 28, 2014 A mericans have gone from a White House with a “just say no” attitude toward illegal drugs to one recommending, in effect, “just say maybe. more »»

Don’t shut voters out of the primary

January 27, 2014 Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune told the Cincinnati Enquirer that top Democratic party leaders asked him not to challenge their endorsed candidate, Cuyahoga County executive Ed FitzGerald,... more »»

Roses&Thorns

January 26, 2014 Roses for the now retired former SFD Lt. Rod Hughes who served our city for nearly 24 years. more »»

Consumers must be vigilant about credit protection

January 24, 2014 The number of people facing potential problems because of security breaches with personal information seems to grow every day. more »»

Reduce fraud and help truly needy

January 23, 2014 While few recipients of public assistance defraud taxpayers, the amount of money they and those guilty of no more than simple mistakes take is significant. more »»

New execution mix went wrong

January 22, 2014 Something went terribly wrong Thursday when Ohio prison officials tried a new mixture of chemicals to execute a convicted murdere. more »»

High Court should reject Obama’s recess NLRB appointments to NLRB

January 21, 2014 U.S. Supreme Court justices often are called upon to interpret difficult, highly technical points of law and the Constitution. At least some of them may be grateful this week includes a no-brainer. more »»

 
 

 

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