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Viewpoint: Working to make Ohio stronger in 2014

January 2, 2014 Working to Make Ohio Stronger in 2014 Our goal in the Statehouse is to make Ohio the best possible place to live, work, and raise a family and we’ve made a lot of progress toward that goal in 2013. more »»

GOP needs healthcare ideas

December 21, 2013 Most Americans — regardless of their political affiliation — agree that the rollout and early implementation of Obamacare has been a disaste. more »»

Lt. Frye’s male namesakes dead

December 21, 2013 Lieutenant Joseph Frye, the designer of Fort Frye, has many descendants, but no living male descendants with the name Frye. more »»

Basic education for students should include financial ed

December 21, 2013 As Ohio’s treasurer, my duties include managing, protecting and investing Ohioans’ hard-earned dollars. more »»

Viewpoint: It’s the taxpayer’s money

December 11, 2013 Not much makes me angrier than when the government fails to serve the citizens it is supposed to be serving. more »»

An Eye on the Lower Muskingum: Attending school across the river

December 6, 2013 From the earliest days of settlement in Waterford Township, education has played an important part. more »»

School safety issues addressed

November 23, 2013 Throughout the year, the Ohio House has been working on measures to keep our state’s schools safe for students, teachers and faculty. more »»

Names of the Scow Tragedy victims vary

November 23, 2013 The graves of the six Turks in Beverly Cemetery have never been properly marked since they met their deaths on that ill-fated day of October 20, 191. more »»

It’s time to Review your Medicare Part D Plan

November 16, 2013 If you are a senior, or if you are a caregiver for a senior, now is a critical time for your health benefit plannin. more »»

China’s Airpocalypse: A Catch-22 (literally)

November 16, 2013 Despite the global economic slowdown, all the indexes show China’s economy is doing well in 2013. more »»

Recycling is as important as it ever was

November 16, 2013 Nov. 15 was National Recycling Day — it’s a good time to evaluate your recycling record. more »»

Scow tragedy at Beverly dam

November 9, 2013 By October 1914 Beverly had nearly recovered from the devastating flood of one and one half years before. Most of the wrecked buildings and various kinds of debris had been cleaned up. more »»

Diversity needed in generating electricity

November 9, 2013 Last month, House Concurrent Resolution 29-legislation that I and seven co-sponsors put together-was voted out of the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. more »»

Concrete replaces wooden dams

October 26, 2013 In the last article some of the problems that existed in the Muskingum River Improvements were discussed. more »»

Tokyo’s new defense policy, with China in mind

October 26, 2013 Using his time on the world stage, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has launched a new round of diplomatic offensive against China. more »»

Gospel Mission helping others

October 19, 2013 How are you doing today? How many children do you have in your family? How many in your family are over 65? Are you a single parent? These are the lead questions our guests face as they visit the... more »»

Viewpoint: Frontier school levy all about choices

October 17, 2013 There is a George Jones song entitled, “Choices.” Part of the lyrics for this song include a line that goes like this ... “living and dying with the choices I’ve made. more »»

People need to consider who is adhering to Constitution

October 17, 2013 In the Oct. 4 edition of The Marietta Times an article appeared concerning our government shutdown. more »»

Shutdown doesn’t really shut the government down at all

October 12, 2013 The government shutdown is little more than political theatre that is bought by a great many people who really believe that just because a budget hasn’t been agreed upon for the new fiscal year that... more »»

An Eye on the Lower Muskingum: River improvements high maintenance

October 12, 2013 Once the dams, locks and canals were constructed during the late 1830s and early 1840s, the mighty Muskingum River became one of the first slack water navigation systems in the United States. more »»

 
 
 

 

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