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Updated 14 hours ago
Keep the blasted heat
BY DENNIS BOVA BLADE OPINION COPY EDITOR
I’m not a summer guy. I actually look forward to Labor Day. It’s not because of a last-splash cookout. The closest I’ll get to a cookout is to watch reruns of Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives on the Food Network. …

Updated 14 hours ago
Pursuing safety

Regional cooperation almost always creates more efficient and effective government. But when law enforcement agencies cooperate to save lives and tax dollars, the results are even better. …

Published 22 hours ago
Kirk: FIat Chrysler leaving Toledoans confused
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST

Published 22 hours ago
Sadly, flirting has changed
Letters to the Editor
In response to your Aug. 23 article “Women can say no anytime; Flirting scenarios that don’t lead to sex”: I am a couple of generations removed from young people today, but with age comes wisdom. In my era, flirtatious behavior was fun, often leading to future dates. That allowed each person to get to know the other’s values and interests,…

Published 22 hours ago
Ohio to benefit from Arctic energy plan

President Obama’s visit to Alaska comes as the United States takes its place in the chairmanship role of the Arctic Council, an intergovernmental forum that is composed of Canada, Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Russia (“Obama walks by receding glacier to make his point; He wants climate change deal,” Sept. 2). …

Published 22 hours ago
City’s truck facility deal disregards the public

Your Aug. 30 article “Deviating from the plan” about Toledo City Council’s super-majority power was revealing, particularly with regard to its approval of locating a proposed major truck sales and service facility in the middle of a residential area on Suder Avenue. There are unanswered questions about the propriety of this deal. …

Published 22 hours ago
How youths can interact with autistic classmates

In response to your Aug. 16 article “Project empowers parents with cutting-edge therapy; PLAY helps with autism spectrum disorder”: With estimates that one in 68 children are on the autism spectrum, it’s likely that a child will meet at least one classmate this school year with the disorder. Through my work at Ohio State’s Nisonger Center, I know that …

Published 22 hours ago
Mountainous misstep

Ohioans bristled this week after President Obama’s unilateral decision to ignore more than 100 years of precedent and rename the tallest peak in the nation, Alaska’s Mount McKinley, to its Alaska Native name Denali. Lawmakers of both parties rightly have condemned the move — made without input from Ohioans or regard for the legacy of President William McKinley, a source …

9/2/2015 12:00 AM
Wrangling with uncertainty

Toledo will keep producing Jeep Wranglers. That’s the good news. But production of the Jeep Cherokee, the current top-selling Jeep model in the company’s lineup, will move to a nearby state, possibly to Sterling Heights, Mich., according to an industry report. …

9/2/2015 12:00 AM
Maumee Dearest: Moving at a glacier's pace
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST




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