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Labor Movement: Will ‘Right-To-Work’ States Attract More Businesses?

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The Ohio Valley region once helped give rise to the labor movement. Now it’s shifting toward what’s known as right-to-work law. West Virginia and Kentucky have passed right-to-work laws and Ohio is considering a similar bill. One of the big selling points for right-to-work proponents is that the law can attract new businesses. But opponents… Read More

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Trimble Forces Federal Hocking’s Winless Regular Season

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The Trimble Tomcats played spoiler on Federal Hocking’s senior night as they dismantled the Lancers by a score of 67-25. It was the final game of Federal Hocking’s regular season, its last chance to avoid a winless season. It was going to be a hefty bill to pay, facing the team with the second best record… Read More

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Athens School Supply Drive Garners 30 Volunteers

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Martin Luther King Junior Day, Ohio University’s Campus Involvement Center organized a school supply drive to benefit Athens County schools. An event was held Saturday, January 28 to package the supplies collected. Community Engagement is a department within the Campus Involvement Center. Assistant Director of Community Engagement Barbara Harrison has worked for the university for… Read More