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It’s an age-old conundrum, one likely faced at some time or another by most people, if not all; that being, sometimes in trying to do good, we unintentionally do bad.Such a scenario is now faced by … more
My husband, Peter, and I have matching folding chairs. Every Thursday evening this summer, we have attended the outdoor concert held in a local park. The music is usually good, but the food trucks … more
Morning ... the bright sunlight peeping through an open window as the sounds of little birds can be heard singing their morning songs.What a lovely way to awaken to a new day of thrills and … more
“There are only three things that can kill a farmer: lightning, rolling over in a tractor, and old age.”— Bill BrysonAmerican-Britishauthor on travel,language, science(b. 1951)When my wife and … more
“I can’t tell you the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everyone.”— Ed SheeranMany of you may have stumbled upon an unfamiliar comic in last Sunday’s edition of … more
Of the many signs that autumn has blessedly arrived — cooler temperatures, lower humidity, less mowing, outdoor arts and crafts festivals, and early-morning sweaters — another is coming … more
If you’re a teacher, thank you. Your job is hard and largely thankless. I have several friends who are teachers, and they all have something in common.They all love it. They live it. It’s a … more
On Monday, we began to lay out how to best spend the $21 million in federal American Rescue Plan funds. Over the last few weeks, I have had more questions and interest in this topic than any other.We … more
The Federal Trade Commission reports that more than 1.38 million cases of identity theft were reported in 2020, doubling the number from 2019 and holding on to the top spot among all types of … more
“I’m tired of living in exile!” my husband, Peter, exclaimed as, for the second day in a row, we packed up everything we would need to be out of our home long enough for the floor to … more
To The Editor:I would like to ask some questions to CHI Memorial if they care to respond.They include:• Why is natural immunity being ignored? Isn’t natural immunity science?• Is CHI aware that … more
Humbled a couple weeks ago upon receiving a 2021 Community First Award — compliments of a college whose name is anchored in community — I am reminded of two pertinent sayings: … more
Arguably overshadowed by the high-profile opening of the impressive Health & Science Center earlier in the year, the close-knit Cleveland State Community College family nonetheless enjoyed … more
To The Editor: We are excited to announce a new and enriching opportunity for local youth called the Cleveland Youth Advisory Council. Are you passionate about serving your community? Do you … more
To The Editor:In regard to an article published by the Cleveland Daily Banner on Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021, written by staff writer Autumn Hughes, and under the heading of "Vaccine Opponents Task … more
I am devastated to be learning just now that a new version of the “ABC Song” has surfaced.Someone should’ve told me this sooner.Apparently, the change dates back to 2019, but the story went … more
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