November 6, 2019

     

     The last time Staff Sergeant Harry Diehl landed in France, he didn’t need a passport.  That was in June of 1944.  This time around, in June of 2019, Staff Sergeant Diehl – my dad – made a more conventional entry into the country to take part in the...

October 26, 2019

     April 15, 2013 is one of those days we’d all like to forget but never will.  That was the day that two brothers committed a heinous act of terrorism when they detonated pressure cooker bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.  The blasts killed three peopl...

August 26, 2019

You may have heard about this: Gibson’s Bakery in Oberlin, Ohio recently won a 44 million dollar lawsuit against Oberlin College, the largest defamation verdict

July 1, 2019

Every year, when the Fourth of July rolls around, my mind always wanders back to the beginning, to the birth of our nation, back to George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine – all the legendary figures and grand deeds of American independence. Th...

May 17, 2019

A documentary filmmaker, looking into the issue, asked students their opinion on this type of segregation.  When asked about the idea of having “separate but equal” facilities and events on campus, many students, apparently unaware of the history behind that phrase, fo...

Adopting a child generally requires written consent from the biological parents, pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 3107.06. The Ohio Supreme Court has emphasized that the right of a natural parent to the care and custody of his/her children is one of the most fundamental...

February 22, 2019

     This past November the federal midterm elections understandably garnered most of the media coverage.  But there was also a seismic shift in New York politics: Democrats took back control of the state senate after a decade of Republican control. 

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January 18, 2019

     For several years now we’ve been hearing about the ever-worsening opioid crisis.  While it’s a national issue, Ohio seems to have the unfortunate distinction of being at the heart of the problem.  Not exactly what we had in mind with that old tourism slogan: Ohio...

January 2, 2019

I just received a ticket. What do I do? You have two options: pay your ticket or challenge it in court. Speed offenses, red light offenses, improper turn offenses, etc. are usually minor misdemeanor offenses and don’t carry jail time if they’re not one of several in a...

December 19, 2018

     Just last month, we watched as nations from around the world gathered to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. 

     When the war erupted in the summer of 1914, it spread like wildfire across Europe and other parts of the globe....

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