Out in the boon docks of eastern Ohio, not very far from that sliver of West Virginia that separates Ohio from Pennsylvania, lies the city of Cadiz, Ohio. It is not much, consisting of little more than a grocery, a tractor supply store, some fast food joints and a liquor store. Yet out here, it is one of the bigger towns around, hence why a ling stretch of US Highway 22 is named Cadiz Rd. Of note, the name is not pronounced how most of us would expect. The accepted local pronunciation is "KAY-dis." Not "kah-DEEZ" which was my initial guess.