By Jim McGuireContributing ColumnistSnowflakes were swirling about as I exited my optometrist's office a week and a half ago — though it's a wonder I saw them.
Nov. 16, Newsday, Melville, New York, on unexamined DNA evidence in rape cases:
To the Editor:It is critical that you alert your readers to the dangers that Senate Bill 386 imposes on Ohioans as it would legalize the discharge of consumer fireworks in Ohio.
To the Editor:Thursday's TDN had a full, interesting Editorial page. I have remarks about all three “Views.”
Nov. 18, The Intelligencer/Wheeling (West Virginia) News-Register on birds killed by windmills:
Nov. 18, Times-Call, Longmont, Colorado, on food ingredients:If your breakfast this morning came out of a box, odds are that “natural and artificial flavors” were part of the experience.
To the Editor:The Sunday, Nov. 9 article by Robert L. Borosoge really tried to cover up the true meaning of the last election results.
Nov. 11, Seattle Times on the FBI:Americans of every stripe should echo The Associated Press' recent demand that the Federal Bureau of Investigation never present its agents as journalists again.
By Tom KendallContributing Columnist
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To the Editor:See the note at the end of this in reference to my first letter on these issues. Why was it rejected?
I am a graduate of The Ohio State University.My younger sister is a graduate of The Ohio State University.
The birth of a child is a cause for celebration. For most families, a new baby brings feelings of excitement and anticipation for the future. Unfortunately, one in every nine babies born in the United States is premature. For these families, the...
By Troy Mayor Michael Beamish and Director of Service and Safety Patrick Titterington
Nov. 11, Anniston (Alabama) Star on Obamacare's confusing numbers:
In 2011, the Ohio legislature passed H.B. 86, which amended the existing law relative to the possession of crack cocaine. The amended law took effect Sept. 30, 2011.
It is November in Ohio. I have lived my whole life in Ohio, and I can say that every November the same thing happens. It gets colder.
The State of Ohio botched its last execution. The convicted killer struggled for nearly 25 minutes before finally succumbing. Officials attributed it to the difficulty in obtaining the drug “cocktail” needed – drugs that apparently...
To the Editor:It seems to me there are angels among us and I would like to thank three of them.
Over a decade ago, I got a call from Bill Gates.
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This week, in honor of Veterans Day, we pause to remember those who have fought to preserve the rights we hold dear. This year marks the 60th observance of Veterans Day and the 95th anniversary of Armistice Day, which commemorates the end of the First...
To the Editor:The Koch Brothers, NRA, the Supreme Court have bought the U.S. with their oil money, guns and going to back to the dark ages.
It's easy for a politician to pound the pavement, press the flesh and kiss babies while on the campaign trail — in fact, it's pretty much a job requirement.
The (Canton) Repository, Nov. 8
In today's edition of the Troy Daily News, our photographer Anthony Weber captured the scene of a Fletcher farm's barns burning down and the loss of property.
To the Editor:I would like to take this opportunity to thank the citizens and voters of Miami County for their continued support to be your Miami County Commissioner.
Every Nov. 11, we rightly honor the men and women who have fought to keep us safe and free. We need to do a better job of fighting for them, both while they are in the service and when they join the ranks of our veterans.
Nov. 5, The Australian on measured response to Ebola:
Editor's Note: Rep. John Boehner submitted the following column on Tuesday, Nov. 11, in honor of Veterans Day.
Nov. 1, Express-News, San Antonio, Texas, on rule of law in Mexico:
HAMILTON (AP) — Regional college administrators in Ohio faced with falling student enrollment are searching for solutions, including offering more and diverse degrees.
Thank you to those who helped
The Connecticut Post of Bridgeport, Nov. 6, 2014The grassroots movement for action on gun safety legislation, necessary because Congress has lacked the will, won significantly in the state of Washington this week.
To the Editor:Obituary — To all creatures that once lived in the waters between Route 55 and 571.
Unless it involves the two well-known basic food groups, saturated fat and cholesterol, breakfast doesn't excite me very much. And since a breakfast involving fat and cholesterol also involves extra workouts at the Y, I try not to indulge. All...
By Kathy HenneGuest Columnist
You'd think, after all these years as an incorrigible smallmouth addict, I'd be pretty immune to any disconcertion brought about by the obvious reality that another stream-fishing season is fast drawing to a close.
Debacle. Bloodbath. Drubbing. Call it what you will. For Democrats, this was an ugly Election Day. But there's no mandate for right-wing policies in its aftermath.
Robert Corlew began working for Honda of America Manufacturing Inc., in 1988. After 15 years on the job, he was injured at work on Dec. 5, 2003. His subsequent workers' compensation claim was allowed for several injuries, including contusion and...
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After being disinterested in it for so long, I finally decided to give Instagram a shot. Three weeks later, I can say it's my favorite among all the social media sites I use.
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Oct. 29, Los Angeles Times on Verizon Wireless:
The (Tiffin) Advertiser-Tribune, Nov. 3John Berisford is back home in the United States, finally. His situation makes it clear this country has much to do to improve our diplomatic relationship with China.
Nov. 4, The Daily Star, Hammond, Louisiana, on space travel:
To the Editor:For all those people big and small who have no respect for our lovely Duke Park in Troy, Ohio.
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The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, Oct. 29