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Remembering a friend of Maumee Bay/Lake Erie
Written by Sandy Bihn   
Tuesday, 28 May 2013 09:30

My work on Lake Erie issues will always be inspired by commercial fisherman, Frank Reynolds, who died recently.

Frank was the most knowledgeable person about the waters and fish of Maumee Bay.  He was vigilant, watching these waters year round, observing and taking pictures of dead fish, foam, discoloration and more.  He would take pictures and share them with me and the Lake Erie Center.  This quiet gentle man was an engineer who chose to fish rather than go to an office everyday. 

 
Fracking and free speech
Written by Jim Hightower   
Monday, 22 April 2013 08:54

 It’s one thing for Big Oil to bust into our communities, groundwater, and economic well-being with the hydraulic fracturing natural gas boom.

Now, in addition to poisoning the environment, this fracking fad is busting the free speech rights of locals who dare to speak out against it.

 
Four heroes lucky to be alive
Written by Dave Lange   
Monday, 15 April 2013 09:40

Police officers Steven Davis and Nicholas Kline, of Solon, and Brandon Savage and Erin Thomas, of Middlefield, are living heroes. But, despite being among the very best trained individuals in the use of firearms, they very well could have been dead heroes.

 
Her backyard is home to “Cluckingham Palace”
Written by Jill Richardson   
Monday, 01 April 2013 08:38

In the span of a few years, I’ve gone from weird to trendy. Why? I keep chickens — in San Diego.

Here’s one sign of how times have changed.

 
Too big to fail but not too big for tax advantages
Written by Senator Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio)   
Thursday, 07 March 2013 16:46

 Most Ohioans would be surprised to know that the same Wall Street megabanks which received bailouts from taxpayers in 2009 also receive taxpayer-funded advantages today simply because of their "too big to fail" status. This taxpayer-supplied subsidy is wrong, and it puts community banks in Ohio at a competitive disadvantage.

 
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