We have a new poll on our website. Please give us your opinion! By Editor | March 2, 2020 | 1 In light of the new Ohio law that requires horse-drawn vehicles to have a flashing light, should Amish operators of horse-drawn vehicles be ticketed the same way motorists are when they don't comply with traffic laws? Yes, the yellow flashing light will protect not only Amish buggies but others on the roads and traffic laws should be enforced across the board. No, Amish should be allowed exceptions to certain laws based on their traditions and beliefs and should not be stopped for traffic violations. View Results Loading ... Posted in Editorial 1 Comment Clarice Shisler on March 2, 2020 at 2:38 pm I’m concerned but not worried. I’m not going to lose any sleep over it. I think the press is blowing it all out of proportion. The flu has been around for years. Reply Leave a Comment Name (required) Email (will not be published) (required) Comment Click here to cancel reply. Related Posts BARBWIRE: End-of-year ‘best-laid plans’ often go astray January 19, 2022 | No Comments » SLICE OF LIFE: Growing up too fast for ‘firsts’ December 3, 2021 | No Comments » Post Easter reflections: Thankful for the resurrection story May 11, 2021 | No Comments » SLICE OF LIFE: Dalton Greenhouse serves as a help and a haven April 13, 2021 | No Comments » SLICE OF LIFE: New hobbies, accomplishments continue to inspire in New Year March 11, 2021 | No Comments »
I’m concerned but not worried. I’m not going to lose any sleep over it. I think the press is blowing it all out of proportion. The flu has been around for years.