VAN WERT, Ohio — The Ohio State Highway Patrol is reminding drivers to slow down and move after after a trooper was involved in an accident. According to OSHP’s Facebook page, the trooper and a truck driver were hit on U.S. 30 near Van Wert tonight. Thankfully everyone involved is reportedly okay.
Predicting 8 months in advance is surely a move of stupidity. Coming off the most disappointing division title season in the CFP era, a new OC, a QB that somehow got worse, losing two stud RB’s and the whole o-line, plus a defense that defines good not great… Predictions are void if there is rain […]
RICHMOND, Ky. — It took just 65 seconds for Nick Mayo to go where no Eastern Kentucky Colonel had gone before him and JacQuess Hobbs made sure it came with a victory attached to it. Mayo sank a 3-pointer on his first shot of the game to become the first Colonel to reach 2,000 career […]
A recent report by Lawrence Smith, excellent reporter for WDRB-TV in Louisville, stated that he had information from good sources that First District Congressman James Comer had discussed the possibility of Fourth District Congressman Thomas Massie running with Comer as candidate for Lt. Governor in 2019. And Massie is interested. Comer-Massie 2019? Far fetched? Not […]
MOREHEAD, Ky. — Lamontray Harris scored 20 points and Jordan Walker added 19 to lead Morehead State to an 85-77 win over Tennessee Martin on Saturday night. The Eagles (7-12, 3-3 Ohio Valley Conference), who have won three straight, put together runs of 8-0 and 7-0 late in the first half to take a 39-30 […]
Only four NFL teams remain in the playoffs, as last week’s Divisional Round games eliminated half the remaining squads. The Rams, Saints, Patriots and Chiefs are all one win away from advancing to the Super Bowl, but they’ll have their hands full on Championship Sunday. The Divisional Round never disappoints, this particular season’s slate of […]
MLK Holiday: A Deeper Shade of Green David R. Weiss – January 20, 2019 The Gospel in Transition #8 – Subscribe at http://www.davidrweiss.com “… as purple is to lavender.” So Alice Walker described womanism in relationship to feminism: more vivid, more nuanced, more demanding, more inclusive, and more liberating. When Christopher Carter coined the phrase […]
[jwplayer kY4peULf-TPCohRft] Dwayne Haskins became one of the greatest quarterbacks in Ohio State History this past season (his lone year as a starter). After sitting behind J.T. Barrett for two seasons, Haskins broke multiple single-season Big Ten and Ohio State records in 2018. I’ll miss you too #BuckeyeNation I’ll represent the best university in the […]
This post also appeared on my blog Archaeology and Material Culture On July 15, 1920 massive fences were erected on each side of Lucien Meriwethers’ home at 2257 North Capitol Avenue: to the south, Gabriel and Goldie Slutzky erected a 10’ high fence, and to the north Mary Grooms built a six-foot fence. Meriwether was […]
The winning ticket for the $ 1.6 billion Mega Millions jackpot was sold in South Carolina, but in Florida four tickets were sold in the raffle – one in Tampa Bay. A $ 1 million ticket was sold at a 7-Eleven at 909 South 78th Street in Tampa. Two more were sold to Lake Mary […]
On July 15, 1920 massive fences were erected on each side of Lucien Meriwethers’ home at 2257 North Capitol Avenue: to the south, Gabriel and Goldie Slutzky erected a 10’ high fence, and to the north Mary Grooms built a six-foot fence. Meriwether was an African-American dentist, and his purchase of the property in May […]
January 19, 2019 – Harrison, Ohio Sorry about the second short post in a week. This blog is a journal of the journey, and yesterday was 570 miles of my day job and a lot of interesting podcast stuff about raised beds and soil composition. I really enjoyed the different presenters takes on what works. […]
NASHVILLE — Dylan Windler scored 25 points with a career-tying seven 3-pointers and Belmont defeated Tennessee Tech 92-74 on Saturday night. The game between the crosstown rivals matched TSU first-year coach Brian “Penny” Collins against his former head coach, Rick Byrd, for the first time. Collins was a point guard at Belmont from 2002-06, helping […]
[jwplayer dGWvNZQZ-TPCohRft] Running back Brian Snead is moving on from the Ohio State program, as first reported by Tom Orr of TheOzone.net. This revelation came to light when spring rosters came out and Snead’s name was not included. His career got off to a promising start, but Brian Snead never got back on the field […]
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