Opinion Archive

SHERROD BROWN
Protecting consumers from the dangers of powdered caffeine

By Sherrod Brown In May, Dennis and Kate Stiner faced a tragedy that no parent should have to endure. Their son Logan – a student athlete at Keystone High School in LaGrange, who planned on attending the University of Toledo this fall – died from ingesting too much powdered caffeine three days before his high [ Read More ]

Creature Feature
DR. DAN MEAKIN
When should you call the vet?

By Dr. Dan Meakin Any time you have a question concerning the health of your pet(s) you should call your veterinarian for advice. If it is a question of general health care or a minor problem call during normal office hours. If there is a genuine emergency or your pet is in pain call immediately. [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER
Kids will love ‘Belches, Burps, and Farts – Oh My!’

By Terri Schlichenmeyer Have you ever noticed how some words are like magic? Say “Please” some time and see what happens. You might be surprised! “Thank you” is pretty amazing, and so is “I’m sorry.” “Excuse me” is also really good. Those last two are Magic Words you’ll need when you’ve got “Belches, Burps, and [ Read More ]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Vote Becker for state rep

Dear Editor: November 4th is quickly approaching and we will all be happy to see the campaign ads and signs go away. When you vote, please vote to retain me as your state representative. Ohio’s 65th house district includes the cities of Milford and Loveland (inside Clermont County) and the townships of Union, Miami, Goshen, [ Read More ]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Vote Perry for county commissioner

Dear Editor: I am in the running for Clermont County Commissioner. I understand that an article was written recently about my opponent in the race, David Uible, wanting to become a pilot. The irony that I find here is that I am a pilot; I worked for Comair Airlines for 18 years before having to [ Read More ]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Elect Kennedy for judge

Dear Editor: Fifteen years ago, when she was elected as a Domestic Relations Judge in Butler County, Justice Sharon Kennedy took an oath to uphold the Ohio Constitution and enforce the laws of the state of Ohio. Today, she still holds true to that oath as she serves the state of Ohio on the Supreme [ Read More ]

GEORGE BROWN
Getting the boot with the boot

By George Brown It happened on a Friday evening nine weeks ago. It was not as if the step was unfamiliar to her. Over the past 21 years she had passed up and down its single tread 15,000 times or more going to and from the garage. But on this particular day for just an [ Read More ]

SHERROD BROWN
Ending Ohio’s problem of veterans’ homelessness

By Sherrod Brown In gratitude for their courage and sacrifice for our nation, my office helps U.S. veterans access their medical and disability benefits and the overdue or replacement medals that they have earned for their military service. At a ceremony at the Hamilton County Courthouse in Cincinnati last week – where I had the [ Read More ]

The Bookworm Sez
TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER
You will enjoy unwrapping the layers of ‘Leaving Time’

By Terri Schlichenmeyer A good mother loves her child unconditionally. She cares for her little one, making sure the baby is dry, safe, and comforted. She feeds her child and tends to him, no matter what time of day or night. You can add to this list at will, because we all know what a [ Read More ]

DONNA DOWDNEY
SOLACE offers assistance with treatment resources

By Donna Dowdney Do you or a family member need support or assistance with treatment resources? Check out SOLACE – Clermont County Chapter! S.O.L.A.C.E. Is a local grass roots group that has been in existence for a year now. This group encompasses parents and family members whose lives have, in one way or another been [ Read More ]


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