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The newspaper: Looking at an old product in a new light
Written by John Szozda   
Thursday, 12 March 2009 14:48

While everyone slobbers over the virtues of the Internet and twitter, take a moment to appreciate the wonder you have in your hands.

This product protects your property values by informing you when public officials want to raise your taxes or change zoning. It shines a light on corruption and incompetence and wasteful spending.

Target: Underage drinkers-Fifth local sting nets five of seven for liquor violations
Written by John Szozda   
Thursday, 05 March 2009 16:56

Target: Underage drinkers-Fifth local sting nets five of seven for liquor violations

The latest police sting proves underage drinkers can buy alcohol in Genoa as easily as they can in Oregon.

Genoa Police Chief Randy Hill said on a recent Friday night five of seven establishments sold alcohol to an underage buyer working in conjunction with the police department.

Vegetable oil fuels road trip: This “Greaser” bleeds green
Written by John Szozda   
Friday, 27 February 2009 11:43
Stacy Jurich says her 8,000 mile road trip looking for adventure across America will cost her only $64 for fuel.
This “greaser” isn’t driving a secret Big Three high-mileage concept car. She’s driving a 1981 Mercedes Benz 240 D which gets 22 miles per gallon powered by her fuel of choice—waste vegetable oil.
The 23-year-old Ohio State graduate is 2,000 miles into her trip to promote alternative fuels. She is in Houston, Texas this weekend recovering from a few days stay in New Orleans to celebrate Mardi Gras.
Stacy bleeds green. She is the director of Toledo Choose Local, a non-profit that promotes local buying which reduces energy use, and Green Drinks, a periodic social gathering for those interested in environmental issues.

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