|Thursday, 21 January 2010 10:20|
From a candidate for state auditor to some great Ohioans, here's a look at some of the stories we're following today:
Seth Morgan announces bid for State Auditor Brown is a Republican from Huber Heights (near Dayton) who is touting his experience as a CPA, saying that he wants to continue the work started by current auditor Mary Taylor, also a CPA, who is running for Lieutenant Governor. Democrats are saying that Morgan will maintain partisanship in the Auditor's office.
Ohio Congressional Delegation meets with NASA chief The topic on their minds as they meet with Charles Bolden iis jobs at Glenn Research Center. They want to preserve jobs there by making sure that Glenn will continue to have a role in the moon program, which President Obama is considering cutting.
Lots of late fees Ohio has issued 329,000 late fees to people who didn't renew their drivers licenses on time. The new fee, enacted in October is 20 dollars. Make sure you have your license renewed, because you could not only get a late fee, you could get busted for driving on an expired license.
Great Ohioans 4 new names were added to the list of Great Ohioans. They include former Indians pitcher Bob Feller, former Ohio Governor James Cox, Former Cleveland Browns and Ohio State guard Bill Willis, and Florence Ellinwood Allen, the first woman elected to the Ohio Supreme Court.
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