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Woman crashes into yoga studio, suffers critical injuries

Woman crashes into yoga studio, suffers critical injuries



2018-04-16T09:48:10+0000

A driver who crashed through the front door of a yoga studio in downtown Cleveland is being treated for critical injuries.

Cleveland police say the Jaws of Life were used to free the woman from the wreckage Sunday morning.



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What was your favorite childhood vacation destination and why? Your answer could appear in the next edition of Echoes magazine, our newest history publication!

This 1940-era promotional postcard shows Geauga Lake, an amusement park and summer fun destination that operated in Aurora, Ohio from 1887-2007.
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What was your favorite childhood vacation destination and why? Your answer could appear in the next edition of Echoes magazine, our newest history publication! 

This 1940-era promotional postcard shows Geauga Lake, an amusement park and summer fun destination that operated in Aurora, Ohio from 1887-2007.

 

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Cedar Point! Have been going there since the early 2000s. Great family memories.

Cedar Point for sure😉

13 hours ago

Cleveland Browns

After 11 seasons, Joe Thomas officially retired as a Cleveland Brown.

A look behind the scenes at his retirement press conference:
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Didn’t know Cleveland had a team.

Barkley #1 Mayfield#4

Goodbye Joe. You were definitely a class act!!

Joe we miss you on our line you will be missed go Browns!

Thank you for all of the hard work and all of the passion you brought with you, every single day. I think the hardest part about you retiring is not that we are losing an all time great player but because we are losing an all time great person. Not just a leader on the field but a leader in the locker room.

WE LOVE YOU JOE!!!

Try having Cleveland Browns on your arms and cat to their for life that's the best thing ever in it feels good to have my favorite football team on my arms

Going to miss you Joe!! You have been the rock of this team... sure hope the Browns are smart enough to keep you around in some capacity!

It's sad to see him leave Joe Thomas Cleveland Browns the one part of our team we can say they would always be in our hearts till next time Joe Thomas

The best all time left tackle,a true gentleman.you will be missed an your a true inspiration to what a true browine is.

barkley yes no baker,

Are we going to draft a Quarterback like Baker Mayfield or just try to get Nick foles ?

congrats joe,loved watching play,got your jersery,maybe see you at game you can sign it,lolgood luck

Joe Thomas wishing you all the best. Thank you

Thanks for sticking with us Joe.. will always be a fan!

Greatest brown ever

HOF!!!

You will b missed

Go BROWNS!!

Was rizzo there?

Zzzzzz......

The Best

HOF

Dylan Jason 😱

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Have you seen these barn paintings around Ohio?

In 2003, Ohio celebrated 200 years of statehood. To commemorate our state’s 200 year anniversary, the Ohio Bicentennial Commission chose one barn in each of Ohio’s 88 counties to paint with the bicentennial logo.

The project began in 1997 as Ohio artist, Scott Hagan, now referred to as ‘the Barn Artist,’ sketched his first, ‘larger than life’ barn painting on the side of a barn in his very own Belmont County. Hagan completed all of the paintings by himself and because he sketched each bicentennial design by hand, no two are exactly the same. By the time the project finished in September of 2002, Hagan had gone through 100 paintbrushes, 645 gallons of paint, and traveled more than 65,000 miles in his truck.

Today, the Ohio History Connection is working on another project with Hagan to paint murals of some of Ohio’s most notable historical figures. Since the project started in 2015, Hagan has painted an image of Ohio’s 19th President Rutherford Hayes on a barn in Sandusky County, Annie Oakley in Darke County, the high school rivalry between the Massillon Tigers and the Canton McKinley Bulldogs in Stark County, and the Zoar Village bicentennial in Tuscarawas County.

Learn about future barn projects on our website, and read more about the Bicentennial Barns on Ohio Memory, our digital photo archive. bit.ly/2GQkSZ1
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Have you seen these barn paintings around Ohio?

In 2003, Ohio celebrated 200 years of statehood. To commemorate our state’s 200 year anniversary, the Ohio Bicentennial Commission chose one barn in each of Ohio’s 88 counties to paint with the bicentennial logo. 

The project began in 1997 as Ohio artist, Scott Hagan, now referred to as ‘the Barn Artist,’ sketched his first, ‘larger than life’ barn painting on the side of a barn in his very own Belmont County. Hagan completed all of the paintings by himself and because he sketched each bicentennial design by hand, no two are exactly the same. By the time the project finished in September of 2002, Hagan had gone through 100 paintbrushes, 645 gallons of paint, and traveled more than 65,000 miles in his truck. 

Today, the Ohio History Connection is working on another project with Hagan to paint murals of some of Ohio’s most notable historical figures. Since the project started in 2015, Hagan has painted an image of Ohio’s 19th President Rutherford Hayes on a barn in Sandusky County, Annie Oakley in Darke County, the high school rivalry between the Massillon Tigers and the Canton McKinley Bulldogs in Stark County, and the Zoar Village bicentennial in Tuscarawas County.

Learn about future barn projects on our website, and read more about the Bicentennial Barns on Ohio Memory, our digital photo archive. https://bit.ly/2GQkSZ1

 

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We own the Union County, Ohio Bicentennial Barn. Our barn was Barn #44, the halfway point. Then Governor Taft came to our farm and painted a part of it. He also autographed it. We have had the "old girl" repainted once since it was first painted. Stop and see us sometime when you are in Union County.

You bet I've seen them! Always loved our bicentennial barns and still love seeing them around the state. Many are now almost faded out, but some are still being kept up.

I think they are awesome!

Love to see the barns as we travel. Makes my heart sing with Ohio Proud each time.

My great grandfather's barn was chosen for Henry County! ❤️

Whenever I have come back to my home state, I have loved seeing the barns. It makes me appreciate how awesome the Buckeye State truly is. Proud to be from Ohio!!!

Many need repainted....touch-up...

We have been traveling to see the Bicentennial barns. Still have 4 to go.

Don't ever remember seeing the bicentennial barn in Seneca County. I used the Ohio History Connection website to find where it's located. Between Fostoria and Bettsville on State Rt. 12. Using Google Earh I found it. It's very faded, but readable.

Love seeing these.

Where is the Massillon McKinley Mural?

Pretty rustically cool...

BuckeyeBarn

I love seeing these!

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This map from our collection shows Yellow Springs, Ohio circa 1855.

Founded in 1825, Yellow Springs received its name from a nearby spring. Water from the spring left yellow deposits on surrounding rocks due to its high iron content.
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This map from our collection shows Yellow Springs, Ohio circa 1855.

Founded in 1825, Yellow Springs received its name from a nearby spring. Water from the spring left yellow deposits on surrounding rocks due to its  high iron content.
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Ella Di Toma

On this day in 1865, millions of Americans attended memorial services for Abraham Lincoln, who was assassinated five days earlier.

The mayor of Eaton, Ohio, ordered local businesses closed and citizens attend services to honor the late President. This document in our collection serves as a reminder of the ways in which Ohioans responded to Lincoln’s death.
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On this day in 1865, millions of Americans attended memorial services for Abraham Lincoln, who was assassinated five days earlier.

The mayor of Eaton, Ohio, ordered local businesses closed and citizens attend services to honor the late President. This document in our collection serves as a reminder of the ways in which Ohioans responded to Lincoln’s death.

 

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There's a Historical marker somewhere in Champaing Co,St Paris Oh off of US route 36 where the train stopped for a brief memorial service before continuing on to Springfield Illinois on May 3 1865. I have a pic of the marker but have no ideal how to enlarge the photo and transfer it to fit this format

My parents home in Wellington is in Huntington Township, and there was a railroad across from there land. Story goes that the people who lived there were able to see his funeral train pass by.

Thank you!

This WWII-era shot from our Robert S. Beightler collection shows the 37th Infantry Division playing basketball with an improvised hoop in Bougainville on the Solomon Islands, April 18, 1944. The 37th Infantry Division was a National Guard division from Ohio, nicknamed the "Buckeye Division". bit.ly/2q3TOeq ...

This WWII-era shot from our Robert S. Beightler collection shows the 37th Infantry Division playing basketball with an improvised hoop in Bougainville on the Solomon Islands, April 18, 1944. The 37th Infantry Division was a National Guard division from Ohio, nicknamed the Buckeye Division.  https://bit.ly/2q3TOeq

 

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Andy Henderson belonged!

Love all these men who sacrificed so much for us. Never forget

Awesome old picture

This photo from our collection shows Coney Island amusement park in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The park was built on the grounds of a 400-acre apple orchard and opened to the public in 1886. It was at one time called "Ohio Grove, The Coney Island of the West" in an effort to link the park with the famous New York destination, but it was shortened to “Coney Island” in 1887.

Coney Island initially featured a dance hall, bowling alley, fireworks and steamboat rides, and over the years expanded into carnival games and traditional amusement park rides.

The amusement park survived the Great Depression, WWI and WWII and several floods.It partially closed in 1971 with the debut of Kings Island and its rides were dismantled. But its famous Sunlite Pool remained open. Throughout the 1980s, investment came back to the park and today it hosts a variety of attractions.
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This photo from our collection shows Coney Island amusement park in Cincinnati, Ohio.

The park was built on the grounds of a 400-acre apple orchard and opened to the public in 1886. It was at one time called Ohio Grove, The Coney Island of the West in an effort to link the park with the famous New York destination, but it was shortened to “Coney Island” in 1887.

Coney Island initially featured a dance hall, bowling alley, fireworks and steamboat rides, and over the years expanded into carnival games and traditional amusement park rides.

The amusement park survived the Great Depression, WWI and WWII and several floods.It partially closed in 1971 with the debut of Kings Island and its rides were dismantled. But its famous Sunlite Pool remained open. Throughout the 1980s, investment came back to the park and today it hosts a variety of attractions.

 

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where was it located exactly?

It was located along The Ohio River ,North of Down Town Cincinnati . The last time we were there was July , 1938

Before moving to NR, my family lived in California, Ohio. Our house was about a mile from Coney. Fireworks were magnificent. The swimming pool was my summer place...

Great childhood memories for me at Coney Island ❤️

Honestly, the last time we went to Kings Island it was dirty and so were many of the people attending ...never went back

Went there as a child over sixty years ago

Went there on our senior class trip in 1965.

Went there as an adolescent, riding the Island Queen steamboat from Cincinnati

Been there,nice park!

Loved to go there to swim on a hot summers day. We took a picnic.

Such a fun place

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Ohio's Lake Erie Shores & Islands

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