The good feeling people get from spending money on others or donating to charity may be part of human nature.
Cleveland Clinic psychologist Mike McKee says a study by researchers at the University of Canada shows participants worldwide, even in poor countries, got a mental lift from spending money on someone other than themselves. The researchers surveyed nearly 235-thousand people in 136 countries. The study is published in the "Journal of Personality and Social Psychology."
Medina School Board President Charles Freeman has resigned amid controversy over district spending and the superintendent's compensation, which included 265-thousand dollars for his college education bills.
Over the pleas of the local Amish community, the Kenton-Hardin County Board of Health is proceeding with plans to condemn two newly constructed Amish homes because they lack the required septic systems for their outhouses.