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Ohio EPA Site Coordinator Larry Antonelli (left) and Environmental Specialist Karl Reinbold work at the Immaculate Heart of Mary campus, next to Portage Crossings, gathering air, soil, and gas samples in April 2014, in Cuyahoga Falls. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Soil samples gathered by Ohio EPA workers at the Immaculate Heart of Mary campus, next to Portage Crossings, in April 2014, in Cuyahoga Falls. (Phil Masturzo/Akron Beacon Journal file photo)
Your favorite newspaper recently published a lengthy story saying Ohio Gov. John Kasich wants to bury the name “Rust Belt,” the less-than-flattering term routinely invoked to describe the states in our region.