Thanks to all who prayed for Gayle Coss during her last illness and after her passing. Thanks to all who called, texted, emailed or came to our home to offer comfort, support and to provide food. Thanks to all who sent sympathy cards, flowers or made charitable donations in honor of Gayle or attended the visitation and funeral Mass.
All praise to the Lord for once again blessing the Center through the work of so many who love this ministry and who work hard to make sure that our moms and babies are taken care of and that the students in our county schools hear the abstinence message.
The Highland County Water Company, Inc. would like to deeply apologize for members who have experienced unsolicited telephone calls in advance of the Oct. 15 annual meeting. The company is not in support of these calls going to our valued customers.
This performance happened because of David White. Because these kids will remember his teaching long after this administration and school board are gone. This administration created this disharmony and grief, but the HHS symphonic choir turned it into a magnificent tribute to their beloved teacher.
As we reflect on one of the smoothest presidential elections in recent memory, I want to thank everyone who was involved in this success, beginning with the poll workers who answered the call to work on the front lines of our democracy.
In celebration of former Governor John J. Gilligan's life, I wanted to forward his obituary on to Ohioans across the state. Please note that information on his memorial service in Cincinnati on September 4th, and a program in Columbus at the Statehouse celebrating his life on September 5th, follows below.
The topic of today’s hearing, the Administration’s egregious violations of their own rules for approving excessive corporate salaries, highlights what I believe is the President’s marked failure to prioritize the needs of hardworking Americans impacted by the auto bailout.
If you’re a business that is interested in learning more about how BWC can help you improve the safety and health of your employees while reducing your workers’ compensation costs, please feel free to call or email me. I can be reached at (513) 214-8558 or Erin.R.email@example.com.
As Governor Kasich and the state Legislature consider whether to open the door to Medicaid coverage through expansion, I hope they consider analysis recently released by a non-partisan collaboration of researchers from the Health Policy Institute of Ohio, The Ohio State University and others.
Once again, thank you for always printing stories that touch hearts and minds and motivate people to step up to help others in our community! Our Highland County January 12, 2013 Be the Match Event was a success!