Governor DeWine Visits Circleville H.S. COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

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Governor Mike DeWine made a stop at Circleville High School’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic, Saturday morning.

“We will hit a new milestone today. We will pass 4 million Ohioans who received at least one vaccination.”

During his visit, DeWine expressed concern over the recent rise in new case numbers in Ohio as he continued his emphasis on Ohioans getting vaccinated. Virus variants are being blamed for the spike, impacting mostly people age teens through 54.

Nationally, statistics have indicated that older people are seeing a drop in new cases, with many of those people having received vaccinations.

“We can vaccinate our way out of this problem.”

Approximately 200 people were expected to be vaccinated at the Circleville site Saturday, as the governor mentioned plans to start vaccinating high school students age 16 and older, as well as the effort to get vaccination clinics into places of employment, making it easier for employees to get the shots without having to miss work.

What Happens To Your Debts After Your Death?

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Many of us have experienced this already, and others will sometime down the road. Who is responsible for the debts incurred by our loved ones- once they die?

This is a question addressed in an informative article written by Patricia Amend- a lifestyle writer and editor for 30 years. She was a staff writer at Inc. magazine; a reporter at the Fidelity Publishing Group; and a senior editor at Published Image, a financial education company that was acquired by Standard & Poor’s.

She answers the five basis questions of:

1.) Who pays the outstanding bills?

2.) Are there exceptions?

3.) Differences in estate matters- per state of residence

4.) Avoid mistakes

5.) What to do about debt collectors

We have provided a link to this article for your consideration, to try to get answers to these issues before having to deal with this difficult chapter in the life of your family.

Here is our link to the AARP article, written by Patricia Amend. CLICK HERE:

Shawnee State University Board Appointment Among Dozens Made By Governor DeWine

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(COLUMBUS)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has made the following appointments:

  • Catherine L. Evans of Middletown (Butler Co.) has been appointed to the Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Board of Trustees for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending August 31, 2026.
  • Tyeis L. Baker-Baumann of Greenville (Darke Co.) has been appointed to the Edison State Community College Board of Trustees for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 17, 2025.
  • Philip E. Dubbs of New Madison (Darke Co.) has been reappointed to the Edison State Community College Board of Trustees for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 17, 2027.
  • Pamela E. Bobst of Rocky River (Cuyahoga Co.) has been appointed to the Kent State University Board of Trustees for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending May 16, 2021; and for a term beginning May 17, 2021, and ending May 16, 2030.
  • Brenda S. Haas of Ironton (Lawrence Co.) has been appointed to the Shawnee State University Board of Trustees for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending June 30, 2028.
  • Wendy Humphrey Doolittle of Springfield (Clark Co.) has been appointed to the Chemical Dependency Professionals Board for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending December 23, 2022.
  • Alverta Muhammad of Columbus (Franklin Co.) has been appointed to the Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending October 10, 2023.
  • Lisa Dodge Burton of Powell (Delaware Co.) has been reappointed to the State Speech and Hearing Professionals Board for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending March 22, 2024.
  • Ralph Eugene Ross of Mt. Sterling (Madison Co.) has been appointed to the Mt. Sterling Financial Planning and Supervision Commission for a term beginning April 9, 2021 and continuing at the pleasure of the Governor.
  • Tammy J. Bobo of Albany (Athens Co.) has been appointed to the Banking Commission for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 31, 2025.
  • Kathleen L. Fischer of Sylvania (Lucas Co.) has been appointed to the Banking Commission for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 31, 2022.
  • William U. Martin of St. Marys (Auglaize Co.) has been reappointed to the Banking Commission for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 31, 2025.
  • Jasmine Clements of New Albany (Franklin Co.) has been reappointed to the Board of Tax Appeals for a term beginning April 7, 2021, and ending February 28, 2027.
  • Gregory M. Gantt of Oakwood (Montgomery Co.) has been reappointed to the Unemployment Compensation Review Commission for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending February 26, 2027.
  • Kristin Beggs of Columbus (Franklin Co) has been appointed to the Ohio AMBER Alert Advisory Committee for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending February 6, 2023.
  • Christine H. Merritt of Columbus (Franklin Co.) has been reappointed to the Ohio AMBER Alert Advisory Committee for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending February 6, 2023.
  • James W. Metz of Eaton (Preble Co.) has been reappointed to serve on the Environmental Education Council for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending October 1, 2022.
  • Erik Yassenoff of Granville (Licking Co.) has been appointed to the Technical Advisory Council on Oil and Gas for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 31, 2022.
  • Brian D. Morley of Louisville (Stark Co.) has been reappointed to the Technical Advisory Council on Oil and Gas for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 31, 2024.
  • Brian Ross of Columbus (Franklin Co.) has been reappointed to the TourismOhio Advisory Board for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending September 27, 2023.
  • Daniel M. Rice of Cuyahoga Falls (Summit Co.) has been reappointed to the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board for a term beginning April 9, 2021, and ending January 14, 2024.