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Judi Ketteler


New Ways to Get Old

Do wisdom and confidence have to come at the cost of relevance?

Step Up to the Plate

I don’t know much about baseball, but I’m a big fan of suburban city council meetings.

A 1970s Cinderella (Camping) Story

How our family of nine saw the country from an old pop-up camper and found summer magic that changed our world.

Visiting the Church of the Long Run

Every Sunday morning, Judi Ketteler feeds her spirit by heading out to the road.

A Big World After All

Visiting New York City to break out of our pandemic familiarity, with mixed results.

Charmaine McGuffey Creates a Lasting Legacy

Elected Hamilton County Sheriff in 2020, McGuffey is one of only three women to hold the title in the state and the first openly gay sheriff in Ohio.

Renee Mahaffey Harris Improves Health Outcomes

The president and CEO of The Center for Closing the Health Gap wants to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities.

Random Acts of Life

Do twists of fate play an oversized role in how our futures unfold?

Call Me by My Name

What's in a name? Everyone has an opinion.

Sick of the Complaints

Pardon me while I complain about my family’s complainers. Be thankful you’re not us.