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The Call of the Wild

A washed-out dam, a surging stream, and the great steelhead rescue is on.

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My Ohio: Blooming Generosity

For one writer, lilacs have a special quality beyond their beauty and fragrance.

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My Ohio: View From the River

Ohio is a paddler’s paradise, but a leisurely canoe trip occasionally has its hazards.

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My Ohio: Please Mr. Postman

A writer longs for the days when mail carriers were a part of the neighborhood.

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My Ohio: Wild Reminder

A column of frozen water serves as a lesson in the unpredictability of nature.

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My Ohio: Lasting Impressions

A missing Monet highlights the things that provide form to the places we call home.

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My Ohio: Gone Fishing

An outdoorsman reflects on the lure of the seemingly ordinary Scioto River.

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My Ohio: Seeing Double

Memories of three decades as a Twins Days Festival volunteer.

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My Ohio: Messing About in Boats

Two brothers’ Lake Erie adventures began in a leaky motorboat held together with marine putty and hope.

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My Ohio: Two Men and a Map

A driving tour connects father and son to Ohio’s history and resplendent autumn landscapes.

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My Ohio: Star of Solace

A holiday decoration had special meaning for a young resident of Glenwillow.

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My Ohio: River Rat

The Ohio River makes an indelible impression on those who grow up along its banks.

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My Ohio: A Teenage Christmas

Cruising was an act of rebellion — and a chance to check out holiday lights.

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My Ohio: Orange Glow

A mother shares what she’s learned from years of growing pumpkins with her kids.

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My Ohio: Unnatural Selection

A vegetable purist ponders how green bean casserole ended up on our Thanksgiving tables.

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My Ohio: The Back Roads

Traveling our state routes offers peace of mind and a place to get lost.

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My Ohio: Campus Life

A flood of memories illustrates the power of the places where we first found our way.

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The Amazement Park

H. John Hildebrandt worked at Cedar Point for 40 years. As the legendary amusement park celebrates its 150th anniversary, he looks back at our connection to Ohio’s summer playground.

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‘Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad’

The Canton Museum of Art showcases an exhibition of photographs by Dallas-based photographer Jeanine Michna-Bales.

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Words to Grow By

Gene Logsdon was both philosopher and farmer, writing more than two dozen books and countless columns during his long career. Here, we share wisdom from his final book, ‘Letter to a Young Farmer’

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