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Ohio officials handle Ebola threat well

November 10, 2014 H ow to defend the public against the threat of Ebola has been controversial in several states, with President Barack Obama second-guessing some governors who dared to pursue what they viewed as... more »»


November 9, 2014 Roses for local school districts holding Veterans Day ceremonies. Who deserves recognition more than those who served??Especially during wartime. more »»

Bipartisanship still important to fulfill GOP’s mandate

November 7, 2014 Among astute Republican leaders, there will not be much popping of champagne corks during the next several days. more »»

Democrats helped Kasich get elected

November 7, 2014 As Gov. John Kasich coasted to victory on Tuesday, Democrats across Ohio should have been disgusted with their party's leadership and its machine mentality. more »»

Deter corrupt public officials

November 6, 2014 Three men involved in abusing the Ohio public's trust are to be sentenced for their crimes today. The judge ought to throw the book at them. more »»

Quarantine qualms dilute brave actions

November 3, 2014 Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is taking flak for taking a stand. We commend him because, in the lack of action from Washington, the governor of New Jersey is taking steps to protect his people. more »»

Lower gas prices a nice treat

November 2, 2014 Motorists have been finding a treat, rather than the recent tricks, at the pumps during this Halloween week. more »»

Cuban doctors can help in Ebola fight

November 1, 2014 Cuba is an impoverished island that remains largely cut off from the world and lies about 4,500 miles from the West African nations where Ebola is spreading at an alarming rate. more »»

Better strategy needed to handle lone wolf terrorists

October 31, 2014 In a speech about a month ago, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson warned of the growing threat of “lone wolf” terrorists. more »»

It’s time to change clocks and it’s also a time to give

October 30, 2014 The calendar says it isn’t even November but the season of giving is getting under way. Last week, we ran a feature on a unique idea — giving away donated Halloween costumes to needy children. more »»

Kasich plan to aid small business pays

October 29, 2014 Business tax incentives sometimes prove to be wholly ineffective in creating new jobs. But a plan crafted by Ohio Go. more »»

Halloween safety dos and don’ts

October 28, 2014 H alloween Trick or Treat and other activities are coming up fast, so it's time to take steps for a spooky but safe outing. more »»

CDC officials need to get act together

October 27, 2014 When public health threats surface, many Americans, including health care professionals, turn to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CDC officials are the experts, after all. more »»

Johnson deserves re-election

October 26, 2014 On national issues and those of direct concern to Eastern Ohio communities, U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Marietta, has been a leader. more »»

Ohio handling Ebola prudently

October 23, 2014 Ohio officials seem to have reacted to a public health threat, Ebola, out of an abundance of caution. That ought to be reassuring to state residents. more »»

Ohio Medicaid needs careful review with eye on potential cost

October 21, 2014 About 2.3 million Ohioans — roughly one-fifth of the state’s population — rely on Medicaid for health care. more »»

Jean Tirole’s work shows regulations can also hurt

October 20, 2014 For most of us, the work Nobel Prize winners do in fields such as science and economics is impenetrable. more »»


October 19, 2014 Roses for Jerry Meals. Roses to the fulfillment of dreams. Jerry is a Salem High graduate and resident. He started out as a kid umpiring on the Little League ballfields of Sale. more »»

Re-elect Gov. Kasich for progress in Ohio

October 16, 2014 When John Kasich took the reins as governor of Ohio in January 2011, the state was a mess. more »»

Put politics aside to tackle heroin abuse

October 15, 2014 Prescription drug abuse, fed in part by unscrupulous “pill mill” operators, was a serious problem in Ohio when Mike DeWine became the state’s attorney general. more »»



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