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Charles Reader

Former Pike County Sheriff Gets 3 Years Prison For Theft

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WAVERLY, Ohio (AP) — A former Pike County sheriff who rose to prominence for the investigation of the execution-style slayings of eight family members was sentenced to three years in prison on Wednesday for theft in office and other charges. Charles Reader, 47, sobbed and begged Visiting Judge Patricia Cosgrove for mercy during his sentencing… Read More

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Linda Cohen, Kindness Consultant


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Linda Cohen has been a “kindness catalyst” for over a decade. A nationally recognized kindness expert and professional speaker, she works with a wide variety of businesses and associations on the ROI of Kindness. Cohen offers insight into why kindness matters so much in the workplace now more than ever. It’s imperative to your bottom… Read More

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Master your own thoughts and stop drifting, says David Ibarra


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https://ohio.streamguys1.com/JazzedAboutWork/mp3/103DavidIbarra.mp3 David Ibarra is an entrepreneur, leadership consultant and well-known speaker. But he says his real mission is working with employed adults who drift through jobs feeling unsatisfied. And David models what it takes to take charge of your own destiny. The son of a Mexican immigrant father and rural Utah mother, David spent much… Read More

Rep. Scott Wiggam (R-Wayne County) addresses a House committee

DeWine Vetoes “Unconstitutional” Bill On Health Orders, But Lawmaker Says He’s Wrong

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Gov. Mike DeWine has vetoed a bill that would give state lawmakers the power to overturn his health and emergency orders. DeWine’s fellow Republicans in the legislature who support it are standing firm, so it’s almost certainly headed to a veto override and a court fight. In his veto statement, DeWine… Read More

Leroy Carter (left) and Donald Jones, NAACP assistant field secretary (right), escort Sergeant Isaac Woodard (center) down an aisle. Likely taken while Woodard was on his speaking tour with the NAACP. 10/26/1946.

Based on the book Unexampled Courage, “The Blinding of Isaac Woodard” on AMERICAN EXPERIENCE – March 30 at 9:00 pm


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American Experience “The Blinding of Isaac Woodard” Premieres Tuesday, March 30, 2021 on PBS How a Horrific Incident of Racial Violence Became a Powerful Catalyst for the Civil Rights Movement   In 1946, Isaac Woodard, a Black army sergeant on his way home to South Carolina after serving in WWII, was taken off a Greyhound… Read More