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January 15, 2022

Smoke and Mirrors

WILMINGTON, OH – Navigating optics to differentiate truth from reality is difficult and disorienting. In most scenarios, the truth comes to a head at some point, yet the challenge to find it can be off-putting; especially when adorned in pretty packaging. Wilmington, Ohio is amongst the average rural Midwest cities statistically. It is a community […]
0 9min
December 18, 2021

A Road Paved with Good Intentions?

WILMINGTON, OH – The long-awaited Rombach Avenue Improvements Project “is one of the City of Wilmington’s most ambitious road construction projects,” said a City official at the beginning of the project.  After funding snags and a year’s delay due to COVID-19 concerns, the improvements to the Rombach Avenue corridor began June 1, 2021.  The project […]
0 8min
December 3, 2021

Insulting Our Intelligence

USA – We will soon have our first bitter cold temperatures of the winter.  We don’t know exactly when it will come, but one thing is certain:  news media will come out with guidelines on how to protect ourselves from being cold.  Bundle up, cover your face and hands and ears, dress in layers, avoid […]
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November 17, 2021

Let’s Stop Letting “They” Run Our Lives

COLUMBUS, OH – “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor.” Those are the words that close the Declaration of Independence. They weren’t just words. The 56 men who signed the Declaration […]
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News and Commentary


January 15, 2022

Smoke and Mirrors

WILMINGTON, OH – Navigating optics to differentiate truth from reality is difficult and disorienting. In most scenarios, the truth comes to a head at some point, yet the challenge to find it can be off-putting; especially when adorned in pretty packaging. Wilmington, Ohio is amongst the average rural Midwest cities statistically. It is a community […]
0 9min
December 18, 2021

A Road Paved with Good Intentions?

WILMINGTON, OH – The long-awaited Rombach Avenue Improvements Project “is one of the City of Wilmington’s most ambitious road construction projects,” said a City official at the beginning of the project.  After funding snags and a year’s delay due to COVID-19 concerns, the improvements to the Rombach Avenue corridor began June 1, 2021.  The project […]
0 8min
December 4, 2021

Fighting for Personal Choice Continues

COLUMBUS, OH – Ohio’s Senates General Government Budget Committee heard testimony on HB 218, sponsored by Rep. Al Cutrona (R-Canfield) this past week. The bill would prohibit a school district from requiring a student or employee to inject a COVID-19 shot, unless the shot has been granted final approval by the FDA. The current language under […]
0 4min
December 4, 2021

Get Out of Jail Free Card

USA – Have you heard? The crazies in New York are at it again! They’ve passed legislation requiring zero bail for accused criminals. You can commit a crime, get arrested, get booked at the jail, and get immediately released without posting bail. It’s wonderful for the criminals, but horrible for citizens. Just so we’re on […]
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December 3, 2021

Insulting Our Intelligence

USA – We will soon have our first bitter cold temperatures of the winter.  We don’t know exactly when it will come, but one thing is certain:  news media will come out with guidelines on how to protect ourselves from being cold.  Bundle up, cover your face and hands and ears, dress in layers, avoid […]
0 5min
November 17, 2021

Let’s Stop Letting “They” Run Our Lives

COLUMBUS, OH – “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor.” Those are the words that close the Declaration of Independence. They weren’t just words. The 56 men who signed the Declaration […]
0 6min

Campus Nation Sports


December 7, 2021

Boy’s High School Basketball – Williamsburg vs Clinton-Massie

CLARKSVILLE, OH – FINAL SCORE: Williamsburg 66 (3-0) vs Clinton-Massie 47 (0-1)
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December 4, 2021

College Club Hockey – University of Kentucky vs Ohio State University

COLUMBUS, OH – FINAL SCORE: University of Kentucky Wildcats 01 (11-7) vs Ohio State University Buckeyes 03 (7-4)
0 1min
December 3, 2021

High School Championship Football Ursuline vs Clinton-Massie

CANTON, OH – FINAL SCORE: Ursuline Fighting Irish 28 (11-4) vs Clinton-Massie Falcons 29 (14-1)
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November 26, 2021

High School State Semi-Final Football – Clinton-Massie vs Bloom-Carroll

PLAIN CITY, OH – FINAL SCORE: Clinton-Massie Falcons 24 (13-1) vs Bloom-Carroll Bulldogs 21 (14-1)
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Editorial and Special Interests


December 5, 2021

Think Outside The Box

USA – At local home improvement stores, people have been asking for leftover moving boxes; but one store worker would like you to consider the practicality of boxes that “hold still”. In moving sixteen times in the last 40 years (and being one of those people who actually enjoys doing so) why not help make […]
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November 26, 2021

Give Thanks Instead

WILMINGTON, OH – Black Lives Matter (BLM) made headlines again with a Tweeted overused Progressive mantra: “You are eating dry turkey and overcooked stuffing on stolen land”. Happy Thanksgiving everyone! The organizations attempt to make Americans feel ashamed, guilty, or divided on a holiday meant for unity and family. Unfortunately, it fell on deaf ears […]
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November 17, 2021

Davy Crockett and John Wayne Defend the Alamo

USA – DAVY CROCKETT: Republic.  I like the sound of the word.  It means people can live free, talk free, go or come, buy or sell, be drunk or sober, however they choose.  Some words give you a feeling.  Republic is one of those words that makes me tight in the throat – the same […]
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November 17, 2021

Girls Love Sports

USA – A law that was passed almost 50 years ago is hugely responsible for the offering of girls’ sports throughout our nation’s schools. The law, Title IX, which is part of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, and is a federal civil rights law that states: “No person in the United States shall, on […]
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