Might we be further ahead putting that kind of money toward upgrades and deployment of wind, solar, battery storage and the power grid?
House Bill 6 would have Ohio go backward.
Ohio senators deserve praise for removing the anti-wind referendum provision.
Norwalk Area United Fund’s retiring executive director served as parade marshal.
Ohio voters deserve fair districts and competitive elections in 2020.
Ohio voters and federal judges have ruled that Ohio’s Congressional districts are rigged.
Ohio’s two nuclear facilities provide 90 percent of the emission free energy in Ohio.
Guns don’t kill people, profits do.
Letter-writer won’t be walking in and doing a self check-out at Norwalk’s McDonald’s.
Senate should make sure money is used for nuke plants, support for coal plants is yanked and renewable energy red tape is removed.
Legislation would help protect nuclear power, which is by far our state’s largest source of emissions-free energy.
Rep. Stein: By preserving 4,300 jobs at the Davis-Besse and Perry nuclear power plants, “we ensure the availability of a highly specialize workforce in Ohio.”
28th Amendment — the Democracy for All Amendment — has been proposed in Congress by a bipartisan group of lawmakers.
“Lunch shaming” happens when a child's family cannot afford to pay their lunch bill the child does not get the regular lunch like the other children.
Let us face our concerns as they arise, address those issues and seek solutions.