Editorial: Huffman anti-SLAPP bill would be victory for free speech

Thirty-six states have anti-SLAPP laws. Ohio needs to make it 37.A big step has been taken in that direction with the introduction of the Ohio Citizen...

October 29th, 2019 |  


Writing about Women this Week

Because several of the latest additions to my idea notebook pertained to members of the female gender, I determined to write about women this week.I h...

October 28th, 2019 |  


Beware cybercriminals – they’re everywhere

Has your bank account ever been compromised and you find that money is missing? Unfortunately, these days we have to stay aware of all account transac...

October 27th, 2019 |  



Will Congres lower drug prices this year?

Maybe – just maybe – Americans will get some relief from the relentlessly rising prices of pharmaceuticals.That of course depends on Congr...

October 24th, 2019 |  


CCPA train excursions a hit

The Champaign County Preservation Alliance hosted their annual train excursions on Sunday, Oct. 20 and welcomed 990 passengers to join the fun! The de...

October 23rd, 2019 |  


Protecting Ohioans with pre-existing conditions

Protecting Ohioans with pre-existing conditions

This month, a new report revealed that 2 million Ohioans could lose health care if President Trump gets his way and the entire Affordable Care Act is ...

October 22nd, 2019 |  


WL-S BOE candidate asks for votes

The West Liberty School Board needs somebody in there that is ready to make decisive decisions and not be afraid to question status quo. There has bee...

October 21st, 2019 |  


Whitley Turner supports Mitchell

As a professor, Ph.D. candidate, former Graham school-board member, and parent, education matters greatly to me. I know the importance of board member...

October 21st, 2019 |  


George supports Bean

Urbana Mayor Bill Bean is a graduate of Urbana High School and Urbana University, where he majored in religion and philosophy. His family’s root...

October 21st, 2019 |  


Groby supports Urbana Wins candidates

According to the 2017 Census Bureau, one in five people living Urbana live in poverty. Communities like this have a school system that is not adequate...

October 21st, 2019 |