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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Mark Brown
Two Libertarian candidates for statewide office were tossed from Ohio's primary ballot on Friday in a state election chief's ruling that sparked immediate plans for a legal challenge.
Lawyers sparred Tuesday over whether a Libertarian gubernatorial candidate in Ohio is qualified for the May ballot, a dispute whose outcome could affect Republican Gov. John Kasich's re-election bid.
Wild bumblebees worldwide are in trouble, likely contracting deadly diseases from their commercialized honeybee cousins, a new study shows.
Mark Brown said he was amazed by all the volunteer help as he worked to reopen his grocery store and clear debris from his yard.
"We had tree damage down in our yard and there were people cleaning whom I'd never seen before. They weren't even from Sutton; they were from surrounding communities but they came in and helped clean up," said Brown, who reopened his grocery store Saturday.