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Eternal Reward

The cemetery John Van Cleve founded in 1841 is the resting place of some of Dayton's famous names, including the men who pioneered aviation.

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The Model Soldier

Col. Charles Young, raised in the Ohio River town of Ripley, was a military leader, diplomat and scholar.

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History Hits Home

Ohio commemorates its ties to the Civil War.

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My Ohio: Democracy in Action

A young reporter covers government where it matters: at the local township hall.

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Business Is Booming

Bob Gillmor’s love for history and knack for tinkering led him to create and restore military cannons from our past.

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Presidential Road Trips

Eight Ohioans held our nation’s highest office. These historic sites across the state celebrate their contributions.

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Road Trips Checklist: 26 Spots to See

From haunted sites to fields of glory, our checklist offers destinations to keep an eye out for when you’re on the road.

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Fall Drives: Nelsonville to Prattsville | Ohio Route 278

This 22-mile drive takes travelers through Wayne National Forest and some of southeast Ohio's most scenic areas.

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The Streak Ends

The Cedar Point ride that was once the tallest and fastest wooden roller coaster in the world takes its final plunge.

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West Virginia Adventures

From raging whitewater to relaxing train rides, check out five ways to explore the Mountain State

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Class of ’90

Dayton's Central High School had 27 students in its 1890 class portrait. Two went on to change the world.

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Ohio in Photographs

Photographers Ian Adams and Randall Lee Schieber offer a fresh look at the history, energy and geographic diversity of the place we call home.

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Heritage Road Trips 2017

From the streets of historic Granville to the farm where Bob Evans and his family lived, these scenic byways offer insight into our state’s history.

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Leading Lady

Annie Oakley was born in Darke County in 1860. Broadway and television have offered simplified takes on the life of the famous sharpshooter, but the story of the real woman is an inspiring tale of ingenuity and independence.

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Columbus Museum of Art Goes ‘Beyond Impressionism’

A new exhibition features vibrant works borne of the political turmoil of late 19th-century Paris.

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Marion’s Merchant Ball

The unpolished spot on the sphere atop the grave marker has moved quite a bit since 1896 and no one really knows why.

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Spirits of the Hills

Local haunted tours and upstart distilleries embrace the history of Appalachia

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Loyal Lead

Ohio native Susan Orlean's Rin Tin Tin book recounts the story of the canine that captured America’s heart.

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Memory Gardens

From bold stone tributes to folk-art graves, our historic cemeteries offer a look into who we were and are.

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Prairie Inspiration

Ohio’s remaining and re-created grasslands are brimming with fall wildflowers this time of year.

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