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Editorial

A single moment can be powerful

One single moment in time can have a big impact on our lives. We were reminded of that once again last week when we learned of the deaths of Bart Starr and Bill Buckner. Both are remembered as professional athletes, Starr as quarterback with the Green Bay Packers and Buckner as a first ...

Shortcuts aren’t the answer for immigration

It has been said and written that horror stories about the 1980 Mariel Boatlift were exaggerated. Of the about 125,000 Cubans who left their island and came here then, only a small percentage were criminals set free from jails and patients released from mental hospitals by then-Cuban dictator ...

Use tragedy to review law limits

Gov. Mike DeWine is asking Ohio lawmakers to consider abolishing the state’s statute of limitations for sexual assault. His inspiration is the revelation that the late Dr. Richard Strauss sexually abused nearly 180 male Ohio State University students between 1979 and 1998. Though it is a moot ...

Don’t let tensions get the best of us

Any number of individuals, organizations and even nations in the Middle East would not be displeased in the slightest at a military conflict between the United States and Iran. Islamic terrorist groups, for one, understand that would divert U.S. assets from targeting them, to at least some ...

We are losing this long war

America’s longest war — neither Vietnam nor Afghanistan — shows no sign of even winding down, much less ending. To the contrary, the death toll may continue to increase. Veterans of military service rightly point to the Vietnam and Afghan wars as the longest, in most respects, in U.S. ...

Thanks and Spanks

THANKS, writes a reader, to Sam Pierson and the Buckeye Water District workers who donated their time and equipment to clean up a property at 18th and Clark Avenue in Wellsville. This property was torn down several years ago and the property owner has not been financially capable of removing ...