Mike Craig will be a guest on Eye On Toledo tonight Wed. May 21 from 6-7pm. Feel free to listen in and call with your questions. Subject Marina District and the development of Toledo. Have any questions please post them here.
Must see clips!!!!!!!
From an e-mail;
BLOCK WATCH "OPEN HOUSE",
SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 2 - 3 pm.
BURNETT PARK, EAST TOLEDO,
MEET AT THE CORNER OF SPRING GROVE & GREENWOOD,
NEAR STARR AVENUE.
Children Welcome! Please bring a chair & a snack to share..
ALSO: (list seperately if you need to)
Raymer History Walk
with Larry Michaels
Meet at Burnett Park
Starr Ave. & Spring Grove
Sat., June 14th, 3:00
Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner yesterday promised to convene a summit of health care providers and challenge them to promote healthier lifestyles for Toledoans.
More interesting news, this in the Toledo Free Press.
U.T. prof and attorney Douglas Oliver says Jacob's action stifles open debate , that
it is hypocritical for administrators to boast of diversity while punishing those who speak out with diverse opinions.
UT: Diversity or hypocrisy?
By Douglas Oliver
Special to Toledo Free Press
WASHINGTON, May 20 (Reuters) - Top Bush administration security officials ignored FBI concerns over abusive treatment of terrorism suspects, which one agent called "borderline torture," a four-year Justice Department probe found.
Democratic Senator Roberty Byrd spoke publically today about the bad news of Ted Kennedy's brain tumor.
As aired on many live news broadcasts, Byrd actually said ,"My dear, dear friend, dear friend, Ted Kennedy. ... Dear All Powerful and Omnipotent God....Keep Ted here for us and for America. ... Ted, Ted, Ted. My dear friend. I love you and miss you." — Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.Va
Rather than wait to read it in the paper Brian Wilson and I attended the announcement this morning of a new development of Toledo's riverfront. The Port Authority has acquired the former Chevron land in East Toledo. The site will be developed by Midwest Terminals of Toledo as part of a private-public partnership.
Second of two parts
Twenty years ago, Forth Worth was in a similar spot as Toledo.
Fort Worth's chief industry - the U.S. military - had left town and elected leaders were looking for another industry to support the medium-sized city on the outskirts of Dallas.
This week on the Toledo View...
Anita Lopez, Lucas County Auditor
Vallie Bowman-English, Clerk of Toledo Courts
Ben Konop, Lucas County Commisioner
Read the hot editorial's on the Citizens View...
THEY SHOOT BLACK MEN, DON'T THEY?
DO YOU KNOW A HATER?
And on the Anonymous View...
POLICE AND RACIAL PROFILING
INDIANS AND RACISM
With food prices soaring, it takes some gall to force Americans to pay billions of dollars to millionaire agribusinesses. Yet that's what the latest farm bill would do.
Local officials and developers have preached the same sermon for years: The Toledo area is ideally situated to become a major freight distribution center for the northeastern United States and southern Canada.
Nowhere is the opinion divide on gay marriage sharper than in the nation's religious communities. And last week's same-sex marriage ruling will do little to bring agreement on the definition of marriage, a social and religious touchstone that has torn apart families, congregations and entire dioceses.
WND Exclusive FAITH UNDER FIRE
Chaplain who prayed 'in Jesus' name' to fight
Says he wants to return to Navy and worship according to conscience
Posted: March 01, 2007
9:00 pm Eastern
© 2008 WorldNetDaily.com
Lt. Gordon James Klingenschmitt
In via e-mail:
This afternoon Judge Skow of the Sixth District Court of Appeals issued a stay on
our Central Committee meeting scheduled for tomorrow. Obviously there is no meeting,
further information will be issued as soon as we know the situation. We can assume
at this time that the meeting will be rescheduled for 15 days after the judge makes
Bush smeared Obama in Israel yesterday using this quote:
Cindy McCain says she will never make her tax returns public even if her husband wins the White House and she becomes the first lady.