I read, with increasing anger, the statement from the family of the boy who fell into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo (June 7, “No charges will be filed in gorilla case”). After learning no one from that family would be
When Perrysburg Schools Superintendent Tom Hosler introduced Pam Harrington as the district’s new treasurer earlier this month, he cited one of her top attributes: “She’s thorough in how she guards taxpayers’ dollars.
Is Mitt Romney a chivalrous knight or a shameless self-promoter?
OK, not sure who wrote the editorial implying that we here in Toledo are “shunning” the Dixie Chicks — still — because of their honest comments back in 2003 (June 3, “Forgive Dixie Chicks for being Americans”).
Developments in North Korea and its leaders’ apparent interest in the American presidential election contest bear watching. In the “deeds rather than words” department, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s
Mississippi State University enrollment of a top prospect with a questionable past makes one wonder if colleges have learned their lesson.
It’s unclear exactly why “Joe the Plumber” decided to wait until May 31 to post on his personal website his endorsement of Donald Trump for president. Of course his name isn’t Joe and he’s not a licensed plumber, so
D-Day, June 6, 1944. Eisenhower called it “the fury of an aroused democracy.” Fast forward to June 6, 2016. Voting rights are subverted and suppressed, the Supreme Court says corporations are people and humans can be aborted, a bigoted