Columnist Kyle Valentini discusses the damage that mining and other forms of pollution have caused to the watershed. She commends some of the organizations that are helping on these matters but encourages people to stop the damage proactively.
Well, we've got about 100 days until America chooses its 45th president, and columnist Mike Dewey has some advice on the best way to survive what promises to be a "disgraceful, disgusting and demeaning excuse for a campaign."
Death is a fact of life, as everyone past infancy understands. This week, though, columnist Mike Dewey challenges his loyal readers to make a decision on the inevitable: Would you want to know when and where?
Even though it's a relatively benign and minor annoyance, it's more than enough to send Mike Dewey into a paroxysm of vituperative angst as he lets his fetid imagination roam freely in this week's essay.
Chapter 2744 of the Ohio Revised Code contains the Political Subdivision Tort Liability Act, which governs when a political subdivision or political subdivision employee may be held liable for injuries.
Well, Mike Dewey's won more than his fair share of NCAA bracket contests, but he's not here to gloat, since this time around his prediction skills will be of absolutely no use to anyone. Instead, he looks back fondly on a time when it was all paper, collective effort and just having fun.
There are many variations of pot roast, which is a tougher cut of meat, usually beef, browned and then slowly braised for several hours. The cooking process coaxes the meat into tenderness, while the liquid flavors the meat, making a perfect gravy base for serving.
We're becoming a nation that doesn't want to leave the couch, would rather skip having to deal with other people to get what we need or want, and perhaps worst of all, we drink bad coffee because it's easy, according to columnist Scott Daniels.