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A Father’s (and Teacher’s) Worst Fear

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower Yesterday afternoon, a father, Fred Guttenberg, posted the following on Facebook. Hours later, his worst fears realized. Jamie Guttenberg never made it home from school yesterday. Something we as parents take for granted. Advertisements

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Posted in Baumhower, Column, Death, education, Fatherhood, Life, love, Parenting

The Email Washington Local Schools’ Superintendent Dr. Susan Hayward Doesn’t Want You to Read

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower It’s been over 48 hours since the first Freedom Of Information ACT (FOIA) request was sent to Washington Local School’s Dr. Susan Hayward. A WLS taxpayer was wanting to receive a copy of an email sent

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Posted in education, Lucas County, Ohio, Schools, Toledo, Washington Local Schools

Becoming Mrs. Carter

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower My phone rang yesterday at an unusual time, from a close friend. It was one of those calls you receive at the dinner table, where you can tell by the tone of the caller’s voice you

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Posted in Baumhower, Family, Feels, Life, love, Ohio, Parenting, Politics, Toledo

‘Socked’ is now available on iBooks and kobo

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower The long-awaited tell-all has finally arrived.  Socked: The Unbelievable Tale of How a Bully Used Fake News to Punch a School District is now available on iTunes and kobo.  Socked shares the scandalous events that led

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Posted in Baumhower, Bullying, education, Jeremy Baumhower, Karma, Socked, Toledo, Truth, Lies & Screenshots, Washington Local Schools

You Will D.O.R.A. Better in Toledo

Written By: Jeremy Baumhower “What are you drinking?” shouted the familiar-faced barkeep. Adam Bevier was standing behind the wooden partition, white rag in hand, trying to hear my alcohol order over the loud sounds of Toledo’s best band (IMO),  The

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Posted in Arts, Baumhower, Column, Jeremy Baumhower, Life, Mud Hens, Things To Do, Toledo, Tourism

Brady Hall’s Mission To Save his 6th Grade Teacher’s Job

Written by: Brady Hall Editor’s Note: Brady Hall is entering the 7th grade at Washington Junior High.  He has started a Facebook Page ‘Save the Washington Local Teachers.  He was invited to write an op-ed piece for iHeartGlassCity. Lesley Snyder

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Posted in Column, education, iHeartGlassCity, Letters to the Editor, News, Ohio, Schools, Washington Local Schools

Friendly Reminder: Please, Don’t Be a Sideline Asshole

Written by: Jeremy Baumhower With the summer sports season upon us, I wanted to share a little reminder for parents — don’t be an asshole while sitting on the sideline. Like many parents raising children in the suburbs, sports is

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Posted in Baseball, Baumhower, Column, Discussion, Fatherhood, Feels, Jeremy Baumhower, Life, love, News, Parenting, Schools, Sports, Sylvania, Toledo

Showing Restraint — The Time Terri Kern tried to get a Protection Order Against Me #Socked

Editor’s Note: The following is a preview chapter from Jeremy Baumhower’s Socked.  This highly anticipated book chronicles the behind-the-scenes drama of Washington Local Schools, the fall of Superintendent Patrick Hickey, and the social media circus that caused it.  Chapter 12:

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Posted in Column, Court, Crime, education, Facebook, iHeartGlassCity, Life, Lucas County, Media, Ohio, Socked, Susan Kern, Terri Kern, Truth, Lies & Screenshots, Video, Washington Local Schools
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