You have to wonder how our parents and grandparents managed to elect a president without the aid of television announcers to tell them all they wanted to know — and some things they would rather not have known or heard repeated by candidates
The summer has been a lot like life, seasoned with good and bad, or as Maya Angelou assured in her book, “Life is Pure Adventure.” There have been disappointments, surprises, pleasantries doled out by friends, and there have even been
LONG BEACH, Ohio — Check the dateline. That’s Ohio, not California. The folks who live in this well-kept secret community on the south shore of Lake Erie don’t know why it has the same name as the mega California city or why some
Taking the role of Nurse Nancy for animals is certainly nothing planned or even anticipated. It just happens.
Was it the weather or the free admission and parking that drew hundreds of northwest Ohioans to the Henry County Fairgrounds in Napoleon last weekend? Or should we admit the truth? We all like everyone else’s castoffs, and we like them even
Since 1976, attraction has exploded while still focusing on education.
How do you prepare mentally and personally for a high school class reunion? Let’s make that question more binding. If it’s been 70 years since you marched down the aisle, smiled when you were handed a diploma, and scampered gleefully
If you are not eating 3 pounds of peanut butter a year, you are smearing up the statistics. Considering the average jar of the spread is a pound, it’s a safe wager that the product’s most staunch fans far exceed the annual 3-pound mark.
From 6 to 8 p.m. June 22, the Imagination Station, 1 Discovery Way, is hosting a special event for women to promote STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education for girls and support science learning opportunities for all area
Large sign lights the way to wonderful food at Log Cabin Tavern.