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2008-09-24 18:00:33

William Howard Taft University has announced that beginning on October 1, 2008 it will resume accepting applications for its Doctor of Education Program. The Program, which was founded in 1994, has been subject to voluntary enrollment limitations in recent years.

2008-07-08 06:00:00

By Tom Troy, The Blade, Toledo, Ohio Jul. 8--MARBLEHEAD, Ohio -- Ohio politicians celebrated the state's passage of an international water agreement to protect the Great Lakes watershed yesterday, and began turning to their next water fight -- in Congress. Gov.

2006-08-17 13:36:55

By Andrea Hopkins CINCINNATI (Reuters) - Most politicians would be happy with a 20-point lead in an opinion poll, but the Democratic candidate for Ohio governor just worries. Ted Strickland is fighting what he says is the most important election in the United States -- for control of Ohio.

2006-08-01 12:10:44

By Andrea Hopkins COLUMBUS, Ohio (Reuters) - U.S. Rep. Deborah Pryce hasn't had a tough campaign in years. The highest-ranking Republican woman in the House of Representatives, Pryce won 62 percent of the vote in 2004 in a district that hasn't elected a Democrat since 1964.

2006-05-02 23:18:54

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Reuters) - Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell, a key figure in the state's decisive 2004 presidential election, won his bid on Tuesday to run for governor on the Republican ticket in November.

2006-02-07 01:30:00

By Adam Tanner CARSON CITY, Nevada (Reuters) - Democrat Jack Carter, 58, the son of former President Jimmy Carter formally announced a run for the U.S. Senate on Monday in his first bid for elected office.

2006-02-06 20:25:14

By Adam Tanner CARSON CITY, Nevada (Reuters) - Democrat Jack Carter, 58, the son of former President Jimmy Carter formally announced a run for the U.S. Senate on Monday in his first bid for elected office.

2005-08-18 12:13:56

By Jim Lekrone COLUMBUS, Ohio (Reuters) - Ohio Republican Gov. Bob Taft, the great-grandson of a U.S. president, on Thursday admitted violating ethics laws for not disclosing golf outings and other gifts and was fined $4,000, but avoided jail time. "I accept full responsibility for this mistake.

2005-08-18 10:37:26

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Reuters) - Ohio Republican Gov. Bob Taft, the great-grandson of a U.S. president, was found guilty on Thursday of violating ethics laws for not disclosing free golf outings and other gifts and was fined $4,000 but avoided jail time. "I accept full responsibility for this mistake.


Word of the Day
bretelles
  • In dressmaking, straps running from the belt in front over the shoulders to the belt in the back, with more or less elaboration of trimming and outline. They usually broaden at the shoulder and narrow toward the waist.
The word 'bretelles' comes from a French word meaning 'braces'.