Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Artist Wants To Connect Veterans With Their Communities, Create Conversations About PTSD By Mike Foley • Apr 1, 2021 Susan J. Barron A powerful portrait series featuring Veterans and their struggles with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder opens this weekend at the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus. Ohio Senate Strips PTSD, Immigration From BWC Budget By Ohio Public Radio • Jun 28, 2019 The Ohio Senate has passed a 645 million dollar budget for the Bureau of Workers' Compensation, after stripping out sections added by the House on first responders and immigration. Columbus' First Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens Next Week By Mike Foley & Jim Letizia • Mar 22, 2019 Foley Columbus' first medical marijuana dispensary opens Tuesday on Grandview Avenue. Exhibit Featuring Artwork By Veterans Reveals Art's Healing Power By Mike Foley • Mar 1, 2018 An exhibit at the downtown Columbus library features artwork created by veterans. Fairfield County Man Shot By Sheriff's Deputies Gets Sent To Prison By Jim Letizia • Oct 3, 2017 lancastereaglegazette.com A Fairfield County judge has sentenced the Pleasantville man who threatened two sheriff's deputies with a gun last year to 4-and-1/2 years in prison. 3 New Documentary Highlights Help Available For Those With PTSD By Ohio Public Radio • Sep 11, 2017 twitter.com In July, a man took his own life at a Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Warren, while there for an appointment. Ohio Vet May Keep Therapeutic Ducks By Associated Press • Jul 22, 2017 USA Today Following years of legal battles, a military veteran from Coshocton County can now keep the pet ducks he says helped relieve his post traumatic stress disorder and depression. Today Is A Day To Raise Awareness Of PTSD By Jim Letizia • Jun 27, 2014 morguefile Today is National Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Day, which is designed to help military veterans and others recognize the symptoms and seek care.