Say what you will about President Joe Biden, he doesn’t seem to be like most politicians we’ve seen lately — once he makes a promise, he’s not changing for anything.
Gene Grime has been writing for almost 40 years, starting with covering sporting events, and then expanding to feature stories about seven years ago and to this column in late January of 2014. In a previous life, he taught high school mathematics at Napoleon (1960-1972) and then Archbold (1972-1999).
I am sure than many readers remember “Kukla, Fran, and Ollie” from early television. Well, it premiered on this date in 1947 on WBKB in Chicago. The program was a show using puppets. It was created for children, but was soon watched by more adults than children. It did not have a script and …
TOLEDO — Bishop Daniel E. Thomas, the Catholic Diocese of Toledo, participated in a worldwide consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary during Friday’s Celebration of the Penance.
Late this past week marked the one-year anniversary of the presidency of Joe Biden, one that has neither led to a new utopia in the United States or its ruin.
When a politician stands on a stage, in front of a podium all alone and says what he is telling you is not about him trying to get attention, you can bet it’s about him trying to get attention.
Well, Ohio made national political news again this week, and this time it didn't have anything to do with Republican members of the state legislature allegedly taking bribes to pass bills or Democratic members of Toledo council allegedly taking money for favors.
It's not often as a journalist you get the privilege of seeing something important and good for the community come together from the very beginning, but that's what is happening now for me.
It is no secret that Google has secured a near monopoly in the search and local advertising world. However, the impact on newspapers hasn’t been quite as obvious.
The COVID-19 pandemic has produced staggering levels of suffering and loss. It has caused nearly 250,000 deaths in the United States while devastating the national economy. In addition, our failure to respond effectively has damaged America’s standing in the world.
Like millions of Americans, I watched with increasing frustration last week as President Trump tweeted statement after contradictory statement about the new coronavirus relief package that our nation so desperately needs. First, he abruptly declared an end to negotiations; hours later, he ca…
In a heated election season, it’s encouraging to see President Trump and former Vice President Biden agree on some key issues. The Trump administration has shown that tariffs can bring back important manufacturing sectors. And the Biden campaign has pledged to reshore U.S. manufacturing.
It is amazing to me that in this unprecedented age of information being available at our fingertips that so many people willfully remain ignorant of what is going on around them.
Following the Democratic National Convention that was held virtually last week, President Donald Trump expressed his opinion the convention was a lot of gloom and doom, and that his, the Republican National Convention, would be a lot more upbeat.
I'll admit, I have not been watching the 2020 Democratic National Convention as much as I probably should have, but I also feel like from what I have seen I prefer this virtual format.
A few months ago, in the halcyon days of everyone coming together to survive a new deadly virus, my daughter asked if I thought this would usher in a new era of people coming together.
Officer Dale Woods, Det. William Brewer, Det. Jorge Del Rio and Officer Kaia Grant. My guess is not many of you reading this know those names, but I'll bet anyone wearing a badge in Henry County or elsewhere in Ohio does.
When I was a child my mother and I made weekly trips to the local library to check out books, and those trips are some of the best memories I have.
Last week, the Senate passed and the president signed into law an unprecedented bipartisan rescue package called the CARES Act that devotes $2 trillion towards helping the United States weather the storm of the coronavirus pandemic. Here in Ohio, where families, businesses, and our health sy…