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dispatch.com — LOGAN, Ohio - As the Ohio Department of Natural Resources investigates the third fatal fall from a cliff in the Hocking Hills region since April, a park ranger yesterday outlined planned safety improvements. The department intends to update the current signs that warn hikers not to go off the marked trails and onto dangerous cliffs, Ranger Paul R.
dispatch.com — By Lenny Bernstein THE WASHINGTON POST Wednesday May 22, 2013 4:12 AM It was the usual drill, the one Alexander Ghassimi and other children who live in Moore, in a tornado-prone swath of Oklahoma, learn in school: get to an interior hallway, get down, cover up.
dispatch.com — Long before customers arrive at a farmers market and map out a plan of attack, the market managers and farmers engage in a little choreography of their own. The managers carefully arrange vendors, aiming to provide an appealing mix for customers - so the market doesn't offer stall after stall of, say, ripe red tomatoes.
dispatch.com — To move the cursor across her computer screen, Lauri L. Wolf leans back on the headrest of her motorized wheelchair and turns her head left or right. As many as eight hours a day for the past two years, Wolf dictated her thoughts until they filled the 151 pages titled The BS of My MS - a memoir she wrote without the use of her hands.
dispatch.com — By Ken Gordon The Columbus Dispatch Tuesday May 21, 2013 8:26 AM FRED SQUILLANTE | DISPATCH Christy Levy Peters had just been told she had a grade-three astrocytoma - an inoperable brain tumor. A death sentence. Peters paused, then offered: "I'd like to see what's behind door No. 2, please."
dispatch.com — By Dean Narciso The Columbus Dispatch Tuesday May 21, 2013 4:15 AM Creative Living On the brink of adulthood, Robert Spencer saw his life and dreams nearly end in 1969, with the slice of a .22-caliber bullet into his spine that rendered him a quadriplegic.
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