Lynn Hulsey, Dayton Daily News

Lynn Hulsey

Dayton Daily News

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Recent articles by Lynn:

Firearms are the most common method of suicide

Ohio veterans used firearms in 73.5% of the 257 suicides in 2019, a much higher percentage than adults in the general population in Ohio and the U.S. Firearms were used in 54.8% of suicides by Ohio adults and 50.8% by U.S. adults. On Tuesday, President Joe Biden announced a comprehensive, cross-sector public health strategy for reducing those veteran and military suicides, which the White House… → Read More

Firearms are the most common method of suicide

Ohio veterans used firearms in 73.5% of the 257 suicides in 2019, a much higher percentage than adults in the general population in Ohio and the U.S. Firearms were used in 54.8% of suicides by Ohio adults and 50.8% by U.S. adults. On Tuesday, President Joe Biden announced a comprehensive, cross-sector public health strategy for reducing those veteran and military suicides, which the White House… → Read More

Decline in veteran suicides sparks hope as focus on prevention efforts increase

Prevention efforts focus on reducing veteran suicide rates, which are higher than among the adult population → Read More

Decline in veteran suicides sparks hope as focus on prevention efforts increase

Prevention efforts focus on reducing veteran suicide rates, which are higher than among the adult population → Read More

Veteran suicides are ‘public health and national security crisis’

Officials working to reduce veteran suicides, which occur at a much higher rate than the general population → Read More

Veteran suicides are ‘public health and national security crisis’

Officials working to reduce veteran suicides, which occur at a much higher rate than the general population → Read More

Montgomery County Democrats to apologize for attack ads

Attack ads against fellow Democrats lead Montgomery County Democratic Party to apologize → Read More

The ‘Great Mismatch:’ Why aren’t companies with record openings connecting with applicants?

Experts offer advice on how job seekers and companies can find each other → Read More

These 3 local jobs seekers know what it takes to get noticed

Johnson’s looking for a change, and said she’s optimistic the school district will hire her. “I’m going to be the lunch lady,” Johnson said. Taylor-Hankerson said she took care of her husband as his home health aide until his death. “Since he passed it has sent me back out into the work world,” Taylor-Hankerson said “(The home health company) has clients that I can get, but I’m kind of going to… → Read More

The ‘Great Mismatch:’ Why aren’t companies with record openings connecting with applicants?

Experts offer advice on how job seekers and companies can find each other → Read More

The ‘Great Mismatch:’ Why aren’t companies with record openings connecting with applicants?

Experts offer advice on how job seekers and companies can find each other → Read More

Child care funding controversial among area legislators

Dayton region delegation gives mixed support for expanded child care funding → Read More

Child care funding controversial among area legislators

Dayton region delegation gives mixed support for expanded child care funding → Read More

Survey: Child care duties hindered parents as they tried to work

Survey of working parents finds child care challenges and a support for more options → Read More

PHOTOS: Kids persevering in the pandemic while playing, learning

Most have reopened, including the Marilyn E. Thomas Center, which is part of the Miami Valley Child Development Centers Head Start program. Kate Vriner of Centerville and her husband, Mike, taught their daughters, Rita and Evelyn, at home during the shutdown and then when schools went remote. Both girls are now at Incarnation School. → Read More

Moms pivot, juggle to balance work and child care in pandemic

The pandemic made child care even more of a challenge for these two local working women → Read More

Child care crisis: Costs, worker shortage leading to ‘untenable’ situation

Parents and employers are struggling as the COVID-19 pandemic aggravated the challenges parents face in finding affordable child care → Read More

Child care crisis: Costs, worker shortage leading to ‘untenable’ situation

Parents and employers are struggling as the COVID-19 pandemic aggravated the challenges parents face in finding affordable child care → Read More

Psychologist says Dayton businessman is competent to stand trial

Facing charges after a federal corruption probe, Indicted local businessman Brian Higgins was found competent to stand trial during an exam sought by his attorneys and ordered by U.S. District Court Judge Thomas M. Rose. → Read More

Attracting and retaining talent is forum topic

Speakers at forum will talk about how to attract and retain talented people in the Dayton region → Read More