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Scott Fickel is an avid archer. He grew up bow hunting, and continues the hobby today. But archery for sport never existed at any school he attended. When Logan joined the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) in 2008, he immediately noticed an interest from his daughter, then from her friends and other kids in… Read More
More people are using mobile money apps to pay each other without cash. With Venmo, its social network is a key part of the payment process, and it’s changing people’s behavior in unexpected ways.
This week, the newly constituted conservative Supreme Court majority will weigh how the federal government should treat religious symbols paid for with taxpayer funds.
Advocates for renewable and alternative energy sources are calling on Ohio lawmakers to create consistency when it comes to the state’s green energy policies. They say Ohio falls behind other states when legislators keep revisiting the renewable energy standards. Advanced Energy Economy’s Ray Fakhoury says the market is trending toward the use of renewable and… Read More