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It's great news that Columbus has nearly 40 percent fewer vacant and distressed properties than it did five years ago. At the same time, the... [Read More]
Ohio State is still alive for a Big Ten championship heading into Friday's regular season finale at Indiana. Watch video ... [Read More]
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In the early 1900s, Columbus native Conn Baker was thrilling circus audiences at home and abroad with his death-defying "loop-the-loop" bicycle act.As one poster from... [Read More]
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National sports headlines last week asked readers: What is the only Winter Olympic sport in which the United States has never medaled?The answer: the biathlon,... [Read More]
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A bipartisan group of governors working to strike compromise on hot-button policy issues will take on the health care question at an event Friday. Republican... [Read More]
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Darya Domracheva's time was running out. Domracheva, entering her first shooting bout on the final leg of Thursday's women's 4x6km relay, needed a clean slate... [Read More]
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It just wasn't Canada's Olympics. The Canadians came into PyeongChang as the most decorated country in Olympic curling history - three golds and two silvers... [Read More]
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The weekend is finally here, and you know what that means… It's time for your Friday Freebies! [Read More]
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African American soldiers have always been a significant part of our military history but their contributions are often overlooked. Countless men and women have served... [Read More]
Disposable coffee cups look like they can be recycled, don't they? They're made of paper; they're easy to rinse. After finishing a beverage from our... [Read More]
I am awed by the resilience of the survivors of last week's mass shooting and I am inspired by their energy and drive to make... [Read More]
Many years ago, Robert Benchley, a celebrated humorist, essayist, film actor and regular at New York's Algonquin Round Table, took time in an article to... [Read More]
I respond to the Tuesday letter "Evil hearts are the problem" from Ted Angel. Guns and motor vehicles account for many deaths each year. I... [Read More]
The Dispatch did its readers a big favor in publishing last Friday's article "Rebates make 'safe rooms' more inviting," on the federal rebate offered a... [Read More]
Does our Columbus Board of Education know much about Akron Public Schools? My only knowledge or dealings with the school district is the education history... [Read More]
I have been struck by the differences between the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics this year and Sochi four years ago. The South Koreans have done a... [Read More]
The German thriller "In the Fade" puts us face to face with loss, and with what happens when a world shatters, leaving only darkness in... [Read More]
The story behind the "The Diary of Anne Frank" is so familiar by now that any stage production might struggle to trigger strong emotions.But Otterbein... [Read More]
For people who work indoors, snow, ice, and subfreezing temperatures are often nothing more than an inconvenience. But for construction companies and their employees, harsh... [Read More]
The 23rd Olympic Winter Games are underway in South Korea. Today, we discuss the pressures that elite athletes can bear. Hyper-competitive parents, ruthless coaching, and... [Read More]
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