New Mandates For Ohio Schools Coronavirus Reporting

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 5th, 2020

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine order mandates a component for government reporting.

Effective Tuesday, September 8th, 2020; on Thursday, August 3rd, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued a new order mandating all state’s schools to establish communication(s) with coronavirus reporting between both parents and school’s district.

Equally, consisting of three parts it lays out what is required of both schools and parents when a child tests positive for COVID-19. Continue reading “New Mandates For Ohio Schools Coronavirus Reporting”

Coronavirus latest For Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 16th, 2020

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine has once again come with a plan that is extremely tedious and difficult discussed the return of high school sports

The COVID-19 outbreak is continuing to change everyday life for millions of Americans. Leaders across the county, including the Tri-State area, are providing daily updates on confirmed cases, deaths and measures taking to curb the spread of the virus.

Reportedly the latest numbers on COVID-19 in the Tri-state shows: Ohio, has 108,287 cases, and 3,826 deaths; Kentucky,  has 39,315 cases and 813 deaths while Indiana, has 80,415 cases, and 2,924 deaths Continue reading “Coronavirus latest For Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana”

Masks Required At All Cincinnati Public Schools And Facilities

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – August 12th, 2020

This process is my contribution in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Vigorously, for months following the inception of COVID-19 I have been practically attached to my sewing machine making faces masks, 98% of which were donated to not-for-profit organizations, close friends and families. This is my contribution in the fight of preventing the spreading of COVID-19.

However, on Wednesday evening, August 12th, 2020 a spokesperson for Cincinnati Public Schools circulate a new policy passed by the CPS Board of Education requiring facial coverings for anyone who enters a school or building owned or controlled by the district. This requirement was given in efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Continue reading “Masks Required At All Cincinnati Public Schools And Facilities”

Deters Announces Death Penalty For Alto Miles

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – May 30th, 2020

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters

Because there have been no executions in 2019 it seems Ohio is following a national trend against the death penalty. As of Tuesday, December 17th, 2019 studies found Ohio has one  county that has sentenced more people to death over the past two years than any other in the United States. Actually, Cuyahoga County leads the nation in death-penalty sentences. Continue reading “Deters Announces Death Penalty For Alto Miles”

Coronavirus latest Count For Ohio, Kentucky And Indiana

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – May 18th, 2020

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine continued Implementing reopening State of Ohio

Recent evaluations of COVID-19 have continued to show enormous changes each and every day within the lives of millions of Americans across the county.

Subsequently, leaders within the vicinity of our Tri-State area are exceedingly busy implementing and adapting to new measures with intent to stop the spread, shutting down schools and restaurants and canceling events. Continue reading “Coronavirus latest Count For Ohio, Kentucky And Indiana”

New Rules, Ohio’s Restaurants and Bars Reopening Today

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – May 15th, 2020

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Implementing reopening State of Ohio

According to Governor Mike DeWine, on Friday, May 15th, 2020, Ohio will commence phases two of the state’s reopening of its restaurants and bars. Make no mistake it shall continue to be an enormously a long way from the customary atmosphere. Continue reading “New Rules, Ohio’s Restaurants and Bars Reopening Today”

This is the day! Tuesday, May 12th, 2020.

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – May 12th, 2020

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine Implementing reopening State of Ohio

This is the day! On Tuesday, May 12th, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said; “We’ve set out the guidelines of what businesses have to do.”

Subsequently, today retail shops in Ohio have been given the green light to re-open for business. However, on the contrary customers are still expecting to tolerate major changes as they head back to the stores. Continue reading “This is the day! Tuesday, May 12th, 2020.”

Ohio’s Hair Salons, Barbershops, Nail Salons, Day Spas Gets Green Light

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – May 8th, 2020

The decision to reopen this much business is a colossal gamble.

Singing Glory Hallelujah! Hair salons, barbershops, nail salons and day spas in Ohio gets the OK to open up on Friday, May 15th, 2020 with guidelines.

These businesses are in addition to others laid out by the governor back in April. Health care procedures that do not require an overnight stay were permitted to resume May 1st, including dental procedures and veterinarians. Manufacturing, distribution, construction and general business environments followed on May 4th,  and all retailers can resume business on May 12th, 2020 Continue reading “Ohio’s Hair Salons, Barbershops, Nail Salons, Day Spas Gets Green Light”

Ohio GOP-Controlled House Voted To limit Acton’s Authority

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – May 7th, 2020

Thereafter any other orders will require approval from a legislative rule-making body.

On Wednesday Ohio Republican-controlled house of lawmakers has contended to be completely frustrated with Ohio’s aggressive stay-at-home orders issued by Dr. Amy Acton the state’s health director. Therefore they have voted to limit her authority. Continue reading “Ohio GOP-Controlled House Voted To limit Acton’s Authority”

Will Ohio Schools Alternate a ‘Two Day” In Classroom

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – May 6th, 2020

Could Ohio schools be alternating a “two day” in classes and a distance learning option in the fall or both?

On Wednesday 6th, 2020 Ohio Governor Mike DeWine gave a brief insight into what grades K through grade 12 schools might look like in the fall as students possibly return to the classrooms. Continue reading “Will Ohio Schools Alternate a ‘Two Day” In Classroom”