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Ohio House Heath Committee passes measure previously stopped in 2011


The fire has been put out, but some students are only just feeling the heat.
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Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish is a Nobel Peace Prize nominee


Negotiators have been unable to reach agreement on a new labor contract at the Athens County Engineer's Department and the talks are now headed to fact-finding.

Facing a $4.7 million budget deficit for the current fiscal year, Hocking College's Board of Trustees approved a revised balanced budget at Monday's special meeting. 

Republicans in the Ohio House are ready to choose the next House speaker and other caucus leaders for the upcoming legislative session.
A leadership election has been scheduled for Wednesday.

A proposed rule change by the Ohio State School Board has many up in arms about the future of art, gym, and music classes and their teachers.

 "The reason we are here is the men and women sitting in front of us today. These men and women have sacrificed their lives in the past, some are sacrificing now and some will be sacrificing in the future. These soldiers have sacrificed physically, mentally and emotionally.

Holzer Clinic Press Release - The Meigs Emergency Facility is now open. The facility officially opened Tuesday, November 11 at 12 p.m.

"These veterans were ordinary people who responded in extraordinary ways," special guest speaker and veteran, Channing McAllister said this morning on College Green. 

A judgment in the Ohio Court of Claims has gone against an Ohio University student who claimed she was made ill by her cold dorm room.

An Albany man has been granted judicial release after serving a year in prison for robbing a bank in Athens.