Hello. My name is Olivia O’Toole, and I’m taking over my mom’s (Kelly O’Toole) column this month because I think what I have to say might interest you. This is all about love the way I, a 12-year-old, see it.
To the Editor:
Last April, we returned from vacation to find a letter from the IRS saying our 2013 tax return was under review. The only problem is that we hadn't filed yet. Our identity had been hacked.
Last Friday evening, just before dark, my wife Amy and I were sitting in the kitchen discussing our day. I'd just popped the top on my second beer when the lights flickered once, twice — then went out completely.
Because of recent outrageous incidents in the Greek system at the University of Michigan, Penn State University and Oklahoma University, to name just three schools, the entire Greek system is under a microscope.
Michigan legislators recently voted to repeal Public Act 186 of 1959, which prohibited a person under the age of 18 from using or possessing a handgun designed for propelling BBs unless accompanied by an adult — essentially a BB gun.
In our daily lives, technology plays an ever-increasingly vital role. At the Tri-Cities Historical Museum, we are aware of this, and have been taking steps on a number of fronts to stay on top of the advancements being made.