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Decades after we learned of the dangers of lead exposure, too many children in Ohio continue to be poisoned by the homes they live in and the water they drink.

The Perrysburg Area Chamber of Commerce’s decision to rename the Harrison Rally Day festival reflects a laudable effort to address W.H. Harrison’s full legacy. Rather than ignoring history, the chamber is confronting its complexity.

There has never been a time when our country has been more divided than it is now: Not during the Vietnam War or even the Civil War.

Memorial Day is the official, unofficial start of summer. With the coronavirus pandemic coming to an end, we are looking forward to returning to normal living with barbecues, picnics, mowing the lawn, swimming, vacations and enjoying the warmer weather.

Our way of life is under siege, our laws are being ignored and our police are being demonized. We are called names which may not apply to us, most likely don’t. Sometimes we are actually attacked physically.

Ohio’s community colleges remain the critical linking pin to workforce development. The coronavirus pandemic disrupted employers and employees. Many businesses retrenched but recognized the need for upskilling the continuing workforce to survive.

There are cameras everywhere. Security cameras in parking lots, in stores, at various intersections, any place we go, to watch us in our daily routines. Surveillance is everywhere, satellites and drones can watch us at our backyard picnics or even just cutting the grass. GPS is in our cars a…

Spring is here, and nature is truly amazing. The grass is starting to grow (and the weeds), birds are flocking to my bird feeder, sometimes even taking turns to eat. The squirrels are running all over, and the deer are out and about. Nature is truly amazing, every year it is the same, regula…