MORE THAN A quarter-century ago, in another election year, the Los Angeles Dodgers star Kirk Gibson hit a walk-off home run in the first game of the World Series. “In a year that has been so improbable,” the Dodgers’ iconic
Our community opened its pocketbooks for worthy issues, which not every community would be willing to do.
The myriad reports of protests over the election of Donald Trump as president are disturbing. We “the deplorables” have been called every name in the book for the past eight years. We were warned that if we criticized Barack Obama
It is the right of the people to demand a periodic cleansing.
The people in at least seven states decided last week to reduce restrictions on the use of marijuana, in some cases even permitting recreational use. Now the states that have decided to allow at least some medicinal use of marijuana are a majority,
On Nov. 8, four school districts in our area passed levy or bond issues — Perrysburg, Rossford, Anthony Wayne, and Sylvania. Students, of course, will be the direct beneficiaries of the decisions, but the communities are also big
Ohio law puts registered voters in the jury pool, but it doesn’t impose the same obligation on every eligible citizen who gets a driver’s license. That choice is made at the county level. But the policy should be the same statewide: Only
The case the U.S. Supreme Court recently heard about a disabled Michigan child who was forbidden to bring her service dog to school turns on the details of complex federal laws. But the bigger question it raises is: When should the courts be open to
The country needs a jobs program both sides can agree on..
FOR THE second time in 16 years, a Democratic presidential candidate has won the popular vote but lost the White House. And now America’s first black president will be succeeded by one who questioned his citizenship and was endorsed by the KKK.