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Michael Reagan: The president’s latest hate speech

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It was extra painful to watch the president give that terrible speech to the country on Wednesday night.

Lori Borgman: Roughing it when the dryer quits

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We have been without a clothes dryer for approximately 24 days, six hours, 44 minutes and 22 seconds. But who’s counting?

John Grindrod: Classic transference and ensuing intolerance

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Psychologists have told us that one of the most common behaviors we practice is transference, which occurs when people transfer feelings from past experiences to their current experiences. As with so many facets of human behavior, it was Freud who first coined the term to describe this universal tendency.

Legal-Ease: Landlords, tenants and lead

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Over time, our society has come to recognize that lead can be incredibly harmful, especially to children who are exposed to high levels of lead over significant periods of time.

Reghan Winkler: Summoned to a scam

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The National Center for State Courts, an independent research organization, has estimated that around 15% of U.S. adults receive a jury summons each year.

Regina Freeman: Viable candidate for office overlooked

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In these last days before the Nov. 8th election, thorns to you, The Lima News and Hometown Station. I implore the media should have given ample mention and attention to Chelsea Clark in her campaign for Secretary of State.

Millie Hughes: More details needed about Birch rejection

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The Ohio Power Siting Board ruled that it wasn’t in the best interest of the public to approve the Birch Solar Project. I’m learning from various sources, including a recent article in The Lima News, that this project not only would have created clean energy, which is in the best interest of everyone, but would have generated in the neighborhood of $100 million in revenue for governments to provide services and schools to educate our children. I am a member of this public, so how can that not be in my best interest?

Holy Cow! History: The Séance Sisters and their spooky scam

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It just wouldn’t be Halloween without a scary story, right? The season is filled with tales of headless horsemen and vanishing hitchhikers.

Carol Gibson: The midterms: What are your priorities?

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In 1973 when I was a political independent and the U.S. Senate investigated Richard Nixon’s Watergate break-in, I was glued to the TV, watching their deliberations live. Likewise, beginning this past June, I watched all the hearings of the current House special committee’s investigation of the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.

Jerry Zezima: Food for naught

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Refrigerators leave me cold. That’s because I can seldom find what I want to eat.