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Columbus Africentric Outlasts Versailles to Claim State-Record Sixth Girls Basketball State Title

3-17-18 Columbus, Ohio — No. 6 Columbus Africentric (27-3) withstood a comeback effort from No. 1 Versailles (28-2) to hold on to claim a 53-47 victory in the 2018 OHSAA Division III state championship Saturday at the Jerome Schottenstein Center in Columbus. 298 more words

Minster Picks Up One More State Title For The MAC


COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Minster Wildcats (26-3) defeated the Ottoville Lady Green (27-3) 63-48 to win the 2018 OHSAA Division IV Girls Basketball State Championship game on Saturday at the Jerome Schottenstein Center. 361 more words

Ohio Conservative Energy Forum exposed as BigWind in sheep's clothing

I write in response to Columbus Business First’s March 2 article about a poll showing that conservative voters back green energy policies.

The article begins with the assertion that conservatives in Ohio favor clean energy policies, and accuses the Republican legislature of engaging in efforts to water down or kill renewable energy rules. 517 more words

On the Move, a Family Visit & Cancer

After a long and somewhat grueling drive across two thirds of the country, I made it to Ohio two weeks past. I found the drive grueling because I could not meander. 738 more words


And the Earth Awakens...

The New Moon has just occurred, as I write this, and in just three days the Vernal Equinox takes place and the return of the Goddess to the northern hemisphere begins. 531 more words

News And Events

Lois Buttles Whitney

This week in #52Ancestors brings me to a westward migration story that made me rethink some of my historical assumptions.  For those of you that had always pictured the westward parade of settlers to be young men out to seek their fortune or newly weds looking for adventure, this family definitely bucks that trend. 360 more words

52 Ancestors 2018

Postcards: Mansfield, Ohio School Buildings

In 1908 A. J. Baughman wrote in his History of Richland County that “The first schoolhouse built in Mansfield was a frame building, paid for by subscription, and cost two hundred dollars. 169 more words