Nothing more, nothing less

Nothing more, nothing less

Usually, when someone responds negatively to something I have published in this space, I ignore it, figuring everyone has an opinion, and they deserve...

August 23rd, 2019 |  


The scourge of your summer driving

The scourge of your summer driving

I’m that guy, the scourge of your summer highway driving.The one driver who’s driving the variable “work zone” speed limit whi...

August 22nd, 2019 |  


The gentle barber on Main Street

The gentle barber on Main Street

My wife, Brenda, and I were traveling to Gettysburg, Pa., and had been driving for two hours without a break. Our electronic dashboard kept flashing t...

August 21st, 2019 |  



An open letter to Senator Portman

Thank you Senator Portman for your leadership within higher education and career and technical education. Your authorship of the bipartisan JOBS Act i...

August 21st, 2019 |  


Hillsboro schools asked to reconsider Chromebooks

I am attempting to wrap my head around the Chromebooks at Hillsboro High School. My three high school students brought home “Chromebook loan agr...

August 20th, 2019 |  


Majority is happy with improvements

To: Times GazetteJeff, I’m not sure why you chose an editorial to air your frustration regarding the Gross Feibel property. All of your conjectu...

August 19th, 2019 |  


Take it where you can get it

Take it where you can get it

If there’s anything I have learned in life, it is that I am grateful. Grateful for all I have been blessed with and grateful for whatever acts o...

August 19th, 2019 |  


City’s biggest eyesore needs to go

City’s biggest eyesore needs to go

For the past couple months there has been much debate in Hillsboro about the plight of some buildings in the 100 block of West Main Street. First, for...

August 16th, 2019 |  


Humanity and the press

Humanity and the press

In regard to the recent shooting tragedies in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, there are individuals I’ve seen calling the media vultures, telling the...

August 15th, 2019 |  


‘The world’s best son’

‘The world’s best son’

The Pony House Saloon opened in Dayton in 1882 at Fourth and Jefferson streets in a downtown full of dusty horses and thirsty men.Known for its whiske...

August 14th, 2019 |