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From the Columbine shootings more than a decade ago to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Connecticut, last year, schools around the country have assessed and reassessed their safety procedures. And many have enhanced their safety plans with a mix of training and technology.
Ohio’s newest racino opened Thursday. The new gaming facility in Turtlecreek Township is expected to be a boon to the local economy.
History is broken down into the moments we remember about our own lives, like weddings and birthdays and graduations, and then there are days when we pause to remember together, as a nation, an event that affected us all.
Pearl Harbor Day, just passed, when Japanese pilots attacked American navy ships north of Honolulu, is one of those, even though it's now more than 7 decades passed. Commentator Dan Patterson finds himself finds himself turning it over and over in his mind.
Last year's mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut prompted schools around the country to assess their safety procedures. School districts are enhancing their safety plans with a mix of training and technology.
To date, roughly 2300 schools in the state have applied for grants to improve safety this year, according to the Ohio School Facilities Commission. One of those is Mad River Local Schools.