The local Oakland settlement: Part 1

The local Oakland settlement: Part 1

The information for this article was found in The Wilmington Journal published August 22, 1872. Because of the amount of information in this article i...

September 1st, 2022 |  


Sinking my teeth into the job

Sinking my teeth into the job

I spent a week eating my memories.A sub bun sliced horizontally, two slices of old-fashioned loaf, three or four slices of salami, provolone (should b...

September 1st, 2022 |  


A judge’s view on Ohio Issue 1

A judge’s view on Ohio Issue 1

Ohio Issue 1 contains a provision which would change the balance of power between separate branches of government. For this reason, I am voting “...

August 31st, 2022 updated: September 1st, 2022. |  



Learning journalism W.I.L.L be fun!

Learning journalism W.I.L.L be fun!

Did you know that Wilmington College offers a program each spring and fall for people over 40 years old?The Wilmington Institute of Lifelong Learning ...

August 31st, 2022 |  


Color blind and the fringes of hair

Sex-linked characteristics is a medical condition involving sex-linked recessive genes carried by the human female.The symptoms — color blindnes...

August 30th, 2022 |  


He’s our very own ‘Music Man’

He’s our very own ‘Music Man’

“Seventy-six trombones led the big parade. With a hundred and ten cornets close at hand. They were followed by rows and rows of the finest virtu...

August 29th, 2022 |  


A moving follow-up, or foul-up?

A moving follow-up, or foul-up?

Editor’s Note: Due to an error by our production staff, Steve Burnette’s column in Thursday’s print edition stated incorrectly that ...

August 24th, 2022 updated: August 25th, 2022. |  


Remember Badge 32 & angel heroes

Remember Badge 32 & angel heroes

We all have memorable dates that stand out in our lives. Some mark happy events. Others come with scars.August 24, 2001 impacted my life forever.That ...

August 23rd, 2022 updated: August 23rd, 2022. |  


Wilmington, Sabina memories for the soul

Wilmington, Sabina memories for the soul

The horn blew and we knew son Greg and his family had arrived for the weekend. I stood in the garage as he unloaded his Mustang and unpacked his belon...

August 22nd, 2022 |  


Whisked away, lost in the shuffle

Out of a typical 16-hour day, I waste at least 12 looking for things. For starters, there is my car which, despite my living in Clinton County for 30 ...

August 19th, 2022 |