Students Striking? Are you SERIOUS???????

Thousands of students around the world have pledge they’ll engage in a world-wide Student Strike today. They will skip classes to show their unhappiness with what they see as business and government inaction to fight climate change.   The cynic in Continue reading →Read More

2019 Canal Days.. Food,Fun and my thoughts

I’m really looking forward to Canal Days in Delphos this year.   Not just because the celebration which begins tonight with a Toast To The Community event that’s expected to see record attendance, and concludes Sunday with a big parade, entertainment Continue reading →Read More

Be PROUD of the Next Generation of workers

I had the pleasure Tuesday afternoon of participating in a panel discussion with Delphos Jefferson Senior High School students that explored potential career possibilities in their futures.  Business, Communication, Agriculture, the military and the arts were just some of the career fields represented on Continue reading →Read More


A 20-point Browns win over the New York Jets on national television in the Monday Night Game Of The Week last night was the first news I heard when I woke up this morning.   Because of my early morning work Continue reading →Read More

Taco Tuesday...OSU and tweets

Word today that the U. S. patent office has rejected a bid by Los Angeles Lakers star and Ohio native LeBron James to copy write the term “Taco Tuesday” marks the second similar setback in a week in efforts to Continue reading →Read More

Lesson's LEARNED or NOT...

It’s hard to believe that the worst terror attack on American soil in the history of our country happened 18 years ago this week.It’s also hard to believe how much the actions of 19 radical Muslim terrorists on that September Continue reading →Read More

ONE TRILLION Dollars and our Children

Word from the Congressional Budget Office that the size of our nations’ debt has topped the 1 TRILLION dollar mark for the first time in history isn’t receiving much attention in the news today at all.   We haven’t heard much talk Continue reading →Read More

Browns Fans vs Super Bowl

The Cleveland Browns regular season hasn’t even yet begun but there are already fans who are thinking they’ll need to buy tickets to watch their brownies play in the 2,020 Super Bowl.   Word from the website “fanatics” that the number Continue reading →Read More

Men, our thinking process and why we can be WRONG.......

Results of a newly released study conducted at Cleveland Clinic might be considered startling by some, but I think they are right on the money. Researchers wanted to know why so many men neglect going to the doctor and they Continue reading →Read More

Hype vs Dorian

If there’s one thing that’s been reinforced as people in Florida and the Carolinas prepare for what they’re being told will be at least a brush with Hurricane Dorian, it is that there’s still a lot we don’t know about Hurricanes and what exactly Continue reading →Read More

What it MEANS to be a FAN

This is an exciting time of year for players and coaches for area high school teams, and the students,  parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles who get to enjoy their work on fields through out the area. Weeks of preparation will culminate Continue reading →Read More


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