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A ‘babysitting’ request hard to refuse

June 28, 2015 It was a babysitting request I couldn’t refuse. After all, they were two “grandchildren” — actually a “grand-dog” named Leo and a “grand-cat” with Ellie as her given name. more »»

Remembering our values

June 28, 2015 It’s a sure bet that Jerome Bettis has not been asked to come in off the bench too many times in his life. His successes on the football field are well known by fans across the Tri-State Are. more »»

Adena Lions Club celebrates 70 years

June 28, 2015 I know that a 50-year celebration of anything is golden, but I am not sure what something lasting 70 years would earn. more »»

Guest column/It’s time for Ohio to loosen grip on consumer fireworks

June 28, 2015 The time is overdue for Ohio to follow the lead taken by New York in legalizing the sale or use of certain consumer fireworks. more »»

Trying to make homemade treats

June 27, 2015 I thought it would be a sweet gesture for the children to make the Father’s Day gifts for the Long Suffering Husband and Grampy Grumpy this year: homemade and made with love. more »»

Memories from a promoter

June 21, 2015 If you are of a certain age and have grown up in the Tri-State Area, the words “Produced by DiCesare-Engler Productions” more than likely hold a special place in your memories. more »»

S-l-o-w down and enjoy your summer

June 21, 2015 Happy Father’s Day. And happy first official day of summer, which I welcome wholeheartedly, but at the same time, I say a little “please-slow-down-summer” prayer. more »»

Guest column/Empowering taxpayers to hold politicians accountable

June 21, 2015 As treasurer of Ohio, I believe taxpayers have a right to know how their tax dollars are spent. more »»

Spending time with ‘General George’

June 21, 2015 Can you imagine a young George Custer — “Audie” as he called himself at a very young age for lack of a better language at the time — marching about New Rumley in a little military uniform made by hi... more »»

Some adventures in plumbing

June 20, 2015 Y’all remember last week, when I told you I hoped that I wouldn’t be writing about the Long Suffering Husband’s adventures in plumbing this week? Yeah, well, that went about as well as expected. more »»

Just a couple of things ...

June 14, 2015 A couple of things you might have missed: • Results of a study released on June 3 should not surprise any resident of the Tri-State Area — Pittsburgh was rated as the second best city for baseball... more »»

If you’re a ‘Richmond person’ like me

June 14, 2015 If you’re “a Richmond person” — someone who grew up in Richmond, lives there now, used to live there or has some sort of personal connection to it — you’re probably interested in what’s going on in... more »»

Guest column/Many helped make annual health center gala a success

June 14, 2015 On behalf of our board of directors, 2015 gala committee, volunteer health care providers, staff and patients, we would like to thank all of those dedicated supporters for the tremendous success of... more »»

Fun fashions and other fun events

June 14, 2015 There’s nothing like a style show to get the attention of the ladies and get them dashing off to their favorite den of fashion in the spring and summer. more »»

Guest column/Energy from Eastern, Southeastern Ohio could have big impact

June 14, 2015 I recently joined a bipartisan group of members from the House Energy and Commerce Committee on a trip to Portugal, Belgium and the Ukraine to discuss our mutual energy interests and Russia’s... more »»

Karma seen in strange ways

June 13, 2015 I am losing my voice. I doubt anyone in the newsroom minds, except perhaps when I resort to sticky notes and hand gestures — no, not that one — to get my point across in an effort to save it. more »»

Guest column/Preparing for spirit of your life

June 13, 2015 At times old age seems like an Olympic sport. Successfully maneuvering through this relatively new demographic depends on a certain amount of preparation, perseverance and endurance. more »»

Seeing some difficult words

June 7, 2015 Even though she did not make the finals of this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee, Jasmine Black represented our region very well. more »»

Decision to go was the right decision

June 7, 2015 I wrestled with whether I wanted to go or not, and in the end did, my decision fueled by curiosity, a need for closure and a desire to be supportiv. more »»

Lions, special visit, a special lady

June 7, 2015 Although smaller in number, the Mingo Lions Club is mighty in its work and friendship with each other. more »»

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