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I saw in the paper about the WHOW (Women Helping Other Women) event being hosted at White Shutter Winery in regards to human sex trafficking. This is a huge deal. Though we live in a rural community, this does not exempt Wyandot County from the dangers, or the severity of the on-going and heightening threat that sex trafficking entails.
Since we still have freedom to think for ourselves, for now at least!
As we approach another Memorial Day, we should reflect on what Memorial Day really means to us and to all Wyandot County service members who couldn’t be here this weekend to celebrate. It is a time to remember our service members who gave their all, so we could have our freedom.
Recently I addressed the Upper Sandusky Service Committee about the installation of new sidewalks and repairing present sidewalks in Upper Sandusky.
I inquired how the new sidewalks that are being installed along East Wyandot Avenue and the Brookview locations were decided.
I read with amusement the letter to the editor last week by Bill Clinger concerning county commissioner Ron Metzger.
According to Clinger, Metzger is a fine man, a hard worker and a faithful husband and father.
The separation of parents from children at our southern border remains one of the most shocking events of the year.
Teenagers went to tent cities, while younger kids were put in dog kennels, then sent to distant foster homes.
It may be small wonder that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s yacht was vandalized here in our state.
Ohio’s college students face the largest aggregate debt of anywhere in the country.
We are 45th in college affordability. As a mentor to young people for over 15 years, these matters concern me deeply.
An astounding number of Americans, no matter our political views, agree that we are tired of big corporations and special interests controlling our government.
Most Congressional 5th District residents aren’t millionaires but want to make a good living and have a good life.
The influence of money in politics ensures that power stays in the hands of only the richest Americans, leaving the rest of us to hope that someone is looking out for our interests.
Nov. 6 will find the citizens of this state facing the decision of whether to adopt proposed Issue 1 as an amendment to the Ohio Constitution. At the Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office, we are mindful of and wish to share with the citizens of Wyandot County our concerns about some of the dangers Issue 1 presents to our community and the state of Ohio.
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