Monthly Archives: February, 2012
The county executive said many local Democrats were less interested in promoting the ideals of the party than seeking jobs or other personal gain, he said.
By Amy Rutledge Even with a solid effort, North Olmsted was no match for the top-seeded Magnificat Blue Streaks, who ended the Eagles’ season with a 59-26 victory to take the Division I girls basketball sectional championship Saturday afternoon at Elyria Catholic High School. The Blue Streaks (17-4) made long-range shooting look easy as […]
By Dan Gilles Lutheran West brought five wrestlers down to the Division III District Tournament at Garfield Heights High School last weekend in the hopes that it would be well-represented at this weekend’s state tournament. The Longhorns will have some representation in Columbus, but it will be from only one wrestler – […]
Collaboration can be hard work. I write that as someone who currently thrives in the extremely collaborative environment of the Civic Commons. If you’re not familiar with the Commons, it’s a virtual coffee house or pub where people gather to share ideas. Once engaged, community members can form plans that lead to action and solving […]