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Opinion: As millennials hit 40, it is clear they and older Ohioans want and need ...

The Columbus Dispatch 11 Jun 2021
Even Ohio’s cities have limited affordable high-speed internet choices ... The 50+ in Ohio are consumers, taxpayers, workers, business owners, volunteers and family caregivers ... The good news is these systems also benefit schools, families, attract and retain businesses and workers, and position Ohio for a strong post-pandemic economy.
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Hunt ‘extremely proud’ as he looks back on career with Chagrin Falls Schools

Cleveland 10 Jun 2021
CHAGRIN FALLS, OhioRobert Hunt has been busy wrapping up his 18th year with the Chagrin Falls Schools, including nine years as superintendent ... Last October, Hunt was named 2021 Ohio Superintendent of the Year by the Buckeye Association of School Administrators ... High School.
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Former U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci announces campaign for Ohio governor, challenging incumbent Gov. Mike DeWine

The Columbus Dispatch 10 Jun 2021
Renacci, 62, of Wadsworth, is banking on Republicans' anger toward DeWine, who closed businesses, schools and even the polls to slow the spread of COVID-19 ... Ohio has a choice to make. ... Suarez employees donated $100,000 each to Renacci and former Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel and both advocates for Suarez's business, which was facing a lawsuit.
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FAIL: Nurse tries to prove Covid vaccines MAGNETIZE people to Ohio legislature by sticking a ...

The Daily Mail 10 Jun 2021
Tenpenny was speaking in favor of Ohio State House Bill 248, dubbed the Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination Act, which would ban mandatory vaccinations in Ohio and prohibit schools and businesses from requiring that attendees are vaccinated ... Sherri Tenpenny, a an osteopathic physician from Cleveland, Ohio, has long been an outspoken anti-vaxxer.
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Shapiro, Louise

Cleveland Jewish News 10 Jun 2021
10, 1924, in Cleveland to Max and Rae Jaffe, Louise graduated from Cleveland Heights High School in 1942. She attended Cleveland College, where she studied business administration and went on to receive an Ohio Institute of Medical Assistants’ degree in 1944.
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Doctor falsely tells Ohio lawmakers covid shot magnetises people as state grapples with anti-vaxx movement

The Independent 09 Jun 2021
Tyler Buchanan of the Ohio Capitol Journal reported that Dr Tenpenny was testifying in favour of a bill that would prohibit any Ohio business or school from mandating vaccine use when she made the comments.
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Hot New Conspiracy Theory: Vaccines Turn You Into a Magnet

New York Magazine 09 Jun 2021
Screenshot via the Ohio Channel. On Tuesday, dozens of people packed into a Cleveland, Ohio, health committee meeting to review a bill in the legislature that would weaken the state’s vaccination laws ... Semi-prominent anti-vaccine doctor Sherri Tenpenny now testifying in favor of a bill to prohibit any Ohio business/school from mandating vaccines.
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Magneto Is Trending and It Has Nothing to Do With ‘Loki’

The Wrap 09 Jun 2021
The connection started being drawn thanks to a viral video of a hearing in Ohio. Originally posted by Tyler Buchanan, a reporter for the Ohio Capital Journal, the video shows the testimony of anti-vaccine doctor Sherri Tenpenny, voicing her support for a bill that would prohibit any Ohio business or school from mandating vaccines ... Anti-vaxxers ... Me ... .
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Myrtle Beach real estate school, Realtor association see growth amid looser state guidelines

The Post and Courier 09 Jun 2021
Post-pandemic, South Carolina allowed Zoom classes, which opened the virtual door to Pinnacle students from as far as Hawaii, California, up the eastern seaboard and some toward the midwestern states like Ohio ... “We have been so busy, we can hardly keep up honestly.” ... Myrtle Beach Business ... Myrtle Beach Business.
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Vision Zero pedestrian safety projects resume Tuesday

WCPO 08 Jun 2021
The $1.75 million projects will be partially paid for by a grant given to the city by the Ohio Department of Transportation, and they will be focused in three areas; near schools and recreation areas, close to business districts and areas where there tend to be a lot of crashes.
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Cavaliers' Larry Nance Jr. a finalist for NBA Cares Community Assist Award

Wooster Daily Record 08 Jun 2021
Cavaliers forward Larry Nance Jr.’s idea to auction game-worn jerseys raised over $222,000 for 72 Northeast Ohio businesses hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic ... All of those proceeds are donated to EDCI, a Columbus-based non-profit that supports underserved Ohio businesses.
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It’s time to pass a Fair School Funding Plan: Paul Huang and Olivia Peebles

Cleveland 06 Jun 2021
We gave him our perspective on Ohio’s school district grading and funding systems -- and how they short-change students across the state ... The system funnels as much money out of the public schools as possible, treating Ohio schools like a business. Beyond the school report card, ...
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Restaurant owner who defied mask mandate runs for lieutenant governor

The Alliance Review 06 Jun 2021
Swallen, who wore a red, white and blue shirt with the words "USA" and "Trump 45," said she cared about small business owners, "children of Ohio stuck in schools in masks," and child trafficking problems ... Swallen believes school funding should follow the student and schools should ...
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ANNIVERSARY: John and Mary Lou Karas celebrate 60th anniversary

The Post and Courier 06 Jun 2021
Former residents of Toledo, Ohio, they were high school sweethearts, having met in an ...
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Former BYU basketball coach making an assist to the ailing love of his life

Deseret News 06 Jun 2021
I talked to high school kids about life’s lessons ... Randy and Robbie both graduated from Harvard Business School and have worked in financial planning and investments. Darren, who graduated from Ohio State Law School, is a partner in Holland and Hart Law and was just called to be his ward’s bishop in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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