Hall of Honor history continues

EATON — This article is the fourth in our series related to the Sara Swartsel Hall of Honor, sponsored by the Preble County Historical Society a...

March 16th, 2019 |  


OIU agents offer safety tips for drugged drinks locally and abroad

COLUMBUS — Whether college students are going to bars and parties on campuses or away on spring break, they need to be mindful of their surround...

March 12th, 2019 |  


(Not so) common tree names

Buttonwood. Bee Tree. Bilsted. Each of these is a common name for three common trees found in this part of the world, better known to us as Sycamore, ...

March 5th, 2019 |  



History of Hall of Honor, part 2

This article is the second in our series related to the Sara Swartsel Hall of Honor, sponsored by the Preble County Historical Society and The Registe...

February 26th, 2019 |  


‘Free exercise of ambition:’ Let’s get it right

The free exercise of religion is the rock upon which America was built. But it was the free exercise of ambition which did the building.Ambition took ...

February 26th, 2019 |  


Introducing the history of the HOH

Over the next few weeks leading up to the deadline for submission of nominations for the 2019 Hall of Honor, we will be publishing the details of Hall...

February 19th, 2019 |  


In An emergency – check with BBB before choosing a towing company

There’re roughly 220 million drivers in the U.S. Many have required the assistance of a towing company. Nobody ever plans on having a car breakd...

February 19th, 2019 |  


Protecting the rights of Ohioans

Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee approved two nominees to the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals with a proven record of fighting to strip Ohioan...

February 19th, 2019 |  


‘A moral compass’

I had gone for a walk in the woods but soon was lost. “This is odd,” I thought to myself, “I know these woods like the back of my ha...

February 5th, 2019 |  


Ending the government shutdown

The President must immediately reopen the government, so workers can get back on the job earning a paycheck and serving Ohioans.Right now, 6,569 Ohio ...

January 23rd, 2019 |