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The Docket 11/03/15

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim by Amanda Dee When you gotta go, you gotta go A customer in his 20s went to a retail store and was browsing and trying on clothes. It wasn’t his first time visiting the place. One victim, an employee, was waiting on the perp as he “tried on clothes” when […]

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Debate Forum 11/03/15

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Sticks and stones… By Tim Walker Immigration, legal and otherwise, is a hot-button issue in politics these days. With inflammatory rhetoric coming from both sides, the influx of non-native persons to the United States—and the effectiveness of immigration policies designed to deal with them—have become major issues in the current presidential campaign. Early in their […]

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Conspiracy Theorist 11/03/15

War by any other name… Mark Luedtke President Obama has a problem. The Commander and Chief of Lies can’t explain why a U.S. soldier died in a combat mission in Iraq since he claims there are no U.S. combat troops fighting in Iraq. His concern is not for the unnecessary tragedy caused by him starting […]

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On the Beat 10/27

Too much TV? By Jim Bucher I don’t know about you guys out there in Dayton City Paper readership land, but I love some good TV. No, I don’t let it rule me; rather, I rule it. In other words, “Not a couch potato am I.” What am I, Yoda? But there’s nothing like appointment […]

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The Docket 10/27/15

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim by Amanda Dee Home of the free Two high school students stole the U.S. flag and their school flag at about 8 p.m. the other day. On the video footage that caught them in the act, one of the juvenile boys, donning a dark hoodie of course, started to take […]

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Debate Forum 10/27

Monopolies, or monoplease? By Tim Walker What if the consumer is shopping for the cheapest price on his monthly digital cable service? Or the best deal on satellite radio? Or, in the state of Ohio, he wants a number of options when visiting a casino? In each of these situations, choices are limited. Why? These […]

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Conspiracy Theorist 10/27

Semi-legalization of marijuana Ultra-rich advocates plan to create Ohio growers’ cartel By Mark Luedtke WCPO Cincinnati recently ran an op-ed featuring a supporter and critic of the Issue 3 plan to legalize marijuana in Ohio. Supporter Woody Taft writes, “Since recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado, traffic fatalities are down 6 percent, arrests are down […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 10/20

No refugee gangs, please Mayor Whaley invites nightmare to Dayton By Mark Luedtke Refugee gangs threaten Germans. The Daily Mail reports on a letter from German social workers. “The letter says [a German refugee] camp, far from being a peaceful haven for those fleeing war, is a dangerous melting-pot, where there have been ‘numerous rapes […]

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Debate Forum: 10/20

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What is reasonable? By Tim Walker On Nov. 22, 2014, 12-year-old Tamir Rice was playing with a pellet gun in a city park in Cleveland, Ohio when he was shot twice by police officer Timothy Loehmann, one of two officers who responded to a 911 call which alerted officials to the young man’s actions. Rice […]

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On the Beat 10/20

Death has many options By Jim Bucher Many of you know my mom, Cookie Bucher, passed this past July at age 89, just four days shy of her 90th. Then a short time later, I lost my friend long-time Dayton Daily News columnist Dale Huffman. And if that wasn’t enough, a good friend of our […]

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The Docket 10/20/15

The way we were A man approached the victim and asked for $8, but he acted like he knew him. The vic responded, “No, I don’t know you.” Au contraire, the man said, he does know him—they talked two weeks ago. The victim told the suspect au contraire: he was out of town two weeks […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 10/13

Heroes must be punished Mark Luedtke If you believe the mainstream media, the engineers at Volkswagen have been bad, bad boys. They cheated to get around U.S. emissions regulations. Not since Volkswagen made cars for Hitler has any car company been this evil. One News Page provides an example of how absurd the news coverage […]

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The Docket 10/13

Cat fight A “female named Genevieve AKA Jenny,” valued at an estimated $100, has been kidnapped. The caller who reported the kidnapping told the officer her daughter called her and informed her that a “friend” stole Jenny, one of the two females the family adopted from the  street. The mother said the “friend” has been […]

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On the Beat: 10/13

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Walking dead comes to Dayton By Jim Bucher Tell me if you’ve heard of this one before. There’s a little TV show about the zombie apocalypse called The Walking Dead. The weekly ratings are pretty scary for traditional broadcast networks, tearing up the competition like machine guns to zombies. So, it’s a no-brainer for a […]

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Debate Forum: 10/13

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Is ‘good enough’ good enough? By Timothy Walker James Harrison is a pro linebacker in the National Football League. The Kent State graduate has won two Super Bowl rings during his career, has been to the Pro Bowl multiple times, and has played football professionally since being signed as an undrafted rookie by the Pittsburgh […]

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On the Beat: 10/06

The state of health care: a state of shock By Jim Bucher People ask me all the all the time where I get my story ideas for columns in Dayton City Paper. Well, some come from my bizarre mind, others from readers, but most write themselves. Case in point: last week I came down with […]

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Nobody Sleeps in Turandot

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Love thaws the ice queen with the Dayton Opera The scale and spectacle of Turandot is something not to be […]

Jackie in Wonderland

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Dayton Philharmonic backs prodigy Jackie Evancho at Schuster Jackie Evancho will sing opera favorites as well as her new more […]

Celebrating local artists

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DVAC auction returns to Sinclair’s Ponitz Center Attendees can appreciate local artists while socializing with their friends and family. By […]

Success by design

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Tracy McElfresh sews, up-cycles, and blogs her fashion forward McElfresh is fan of vivid colors and bold patterns in her […]

A new class at the old school

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Dayton Funk Forever brings the spirit of 70s soul to Oscar’s (L-R) Joseph Hamp, Patrick Coyne, Brandon Guthrie, Adam Uhlenhake, […]