The state takes its name from the Ohio River. The name originated from the Iroquois word ohi-yo’, meaning "great river" or "large creek." Partitioned from the Northwest Territory, the state was admitted to the Union as the 17th state (and the first under the Northwest Ordinance) on March 1, 1803. Ohio is historically known as the "Buckeye State" (relating to the Ohio buckeye tree, and Ohioans are also known as "Buckeyes."
In July 2012, Stalley announced he had begun recording his debut album, saying: "We're workin' on an album right now. I'm in the studio. I just got in there about a week ago, so it's a whole big process. Right now, I'm thinking maybe top of the year would be the album. I definitely just take [Rick Ross and Wale's] energy, and I definitely watch their energy and watch how they do things. I'm very observant of how they set up their albums and set up their singles and things like that, being that it's all new to me. That's great company to keep and great people to watch."
On August 22, 2014, he announced the album would be titled Ohio in a vlog, saying: "The sound of my current music is intelligent truck music. It’s a sound that’s built for the cars. But you can also enjoy it in your headphones, your computer or however you want to listen to it. Me, growing up, I rode around listening to music. It was kind of like the soundtrack my days or wherever I was going."
That’s why I introduced the Reopen and Rebuild America’s Schools Act, to get funding to local districts to modernize classrooms by helping schools upgrade their physical and digital infrastructure. Infrastructure doesn’t only mean roads and bridges – it means our public education system.
Rather, a massive (for the time) infrastructure project — the Ohio & Erie Canal — created conditions that triggered outbreaks of several infectious diseases, including malaria carried by mosquitos breeding in the standing water of excavations, and typhoid and cholera, spread in the crowded camps of canal workers drinking contaminated water.
infrastructure ... business group will begin running local ads focused on the Brent Spence Bridge, a key crossing connecting Kentucky and Ohio which has been dubbed “functionally obsolete”, to make the argument it is time for action on infrastructure after years of debate.
Col. Nathan Diller, director of AFWERX. Air Force photo ... “There seems to be a lot of snow here in Ohio, so we’ll see if it happens before the snow (melts),” he said ... The Springfield airport recently received a $226,000 grant from JobsOhio’s Ohio SiteInventoryProgram for the infrastructure supporting the flying vehicle effort ... In Other News ....
At first, Amanda Fuller thought she was one of the lucky ones. Then the water stopped running ... But the process was laborious ... Drinking water supplies were also knocked offline in Ohio. “We had a statewide failure of water infrastructure,” said Sharlene Leurig, CEO of TexasWaterTrade in Austin, calling the deep freeze “a huge wake-up call”. .
In a recent floor speech urging its passage, O’Brien said, “Ohio’s promise of better lives, better jobs and brighter futures begins with an infrastructure that’s built for the future, that levels the playing field and connects everyday Ohioans to the tools they need to live a better life.”.
Mike DeWine to offer their space, and other arenas have been suggested to the Ohio governor by coronavirus vaccine providers who want to partner with the teams for large-scale vaccinations ... But Ohio experienced similar cold without any major problems -- and it’s not just because Ohio has weatherized its infrastructure for extreme temperatures.
There also isn’t any timeline for when such sites would open, since those would depend on an increase in the number of vaccines sent to Ohio... Ohio has weatherized its infrastructure for extreme temperatures, but policymakers will have to decide how to modernize the state’s electricity network as Ohio also tries to reduce its carbon footprint.
So far, over half of these new sites have launched and every state in the nation is currently benefitting from the new wireless infrastructure ... As we build new cell sites, we're including fixed generators whenever possible and are committed to growing our fixed generator support on existing infrastructure.