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‘Imagining a Better World: the Artwork of Nelly Toll’ at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio

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From 1943 to 1945, young artist Nelly Toll was in hiding from Nazis occupying Lwow, Poland with her mother, the two of them often sharing but a small, bare room. Throughout that time, Toll was armed with only a set of watercolors and her imagination, resulting in dozens of beautiful and fascinating images. Forty archival… Read More

Ohio’s Latest Report Cards Give Each School an Overall Grade

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Grades are in for schools across Ohio. In a report released today, the Ohio Department of Education gave each school district and schools an overall grade from A to F.  Schools and districts are given a grade in six different categories which contribute to their overall grade. Some of these categories include progress students make, graduation… Read More

Auditor: Multiple Errors in Ohio Medical Marijuana Program

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state auditor says Ohio’s process for selecting medical marijuana grower applicants suffered from numerous errors and inconsistencies. Republican Auditor David Yost say the Department of Commerce exceeded its legal authority when it awarded two additional licenses to cultivators, and found weaknesses in how the agency protected passwords, system folders and… Read More

Episode 037 : Neal Nybo


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This episode of the Kindness Podcast is brought to you by Cornwell Properties in Athens, Ohio. Location Matters. Visit http://cornwellpropertiesathens.com for more information. Dr. Neal Nybo helps people find clarity and direction in their lives with kindness. Whether at a church, business or in one-on-one interactions, Neal leads people through difficult conversations and puts them… Read More