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In 1996, internationally known televangelist Ernest Angley admitted to his assistant minister that he had had sexual relations with a man who was employed by... [Read More]
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Due to weather conditions, the delivery of Sunday's Columbus Dispatch may be delayed today. We apologize for the inconvenience. Subscribers can always view... [Read More]
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It's business as usual for the Franklin County auditor, with residents applying for dog licenses and homestead exemptions and challenging property values, much the way... [Read More]
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When announcing that a doctor had been fired and a total 20 pharmacists and nurses placed on leave in an investigation into excessive doses of... [Read More]
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With the enthusiasm of an '80s aerobics videotape — and wearing the sweatband to match — Bob Seger worked out his greatest hits before a... [Read More]
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World-famous magician David Blaine was holding court in the lobby of a Worthington-area hotel on Thursday night, but the heart of Magi-Fest was beating at... [Read More]
It is beyond ironic that as Mount Carmel Health System was dealing last week with the worst public-relations nightmare hospitals can have, children's hospitals were... [Read More]
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Those interminable final hours of my father's life were mostly a blur, but I remember that soon after he had died in the next room,... [Read More]
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For those of you worried that John Kasich might wind up at Broad and High streets holding a cardboard sign, the former governor not only... [Read More]
As Saturday evening wore into night, the weather situation around central Ohio had rapidly deteriorated, and by early Sunday, the winter storm finally brought its... [Read More]
Ohio has a new governor, a new lieutenant governor, four other new statewide elected executive officers, a new House speaker and two new state Supreme... [Read More]
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Renewable energy is a good thing. Another good thing is that Ohio's competitive electricity market is working to provide consumers with lots of choices for... [Read More]
In normal times, the killing of four Americans and wounding of three others on foreign soil would prompt a quick response by the president of... [Read More]
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I am a lifelong resident of the small town of Jackson. I am the second generation — and my sons and daughter are the third... [Read More]
Letter writer Kenneth Peter apparently believes that God is omnipotent and omnipresent ("Climate, world's fate in God's hands," Friday). This was the prevailing religious teaching... [Read More]
I am responding to the Friday letter from Kenneth Peter, who implied climate change does not exist as God would not allow Earth to perish... [Read More]
I respond to the Thursday letter "Schumer, Pelosi ignore illegal immigration" from Don Eastman. Nobody is ignoring illegal immigration. I'm sure we would all respond... [Read More]
I founded Fair Treatment Reform and Re-entry in the pursuit of fair laws and meaningful parole hearings. Our parole board gives up to 10-year continuances... [Read More]
In Ohio as well as 33 other states, medical marijuana is legal for patients who get a prescription. Despite this, an employer can still fire... [Read More]
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I'm 17, a junior in high school, I support President Donald Trump and love my country. Peers at my school accuse Trump supporters, not just... [Read More]
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