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Walk A Mile In Her Shoes

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Ohio University’s “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event celebrates its 4th year next month. The national event began one decade ago when its founder, Frank Baird, wanted to create an interactive movement for men to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. The organization began with a few men donning high heels to literally… Read More

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Fatal ATV Accident in Wood County


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A local man is dead after medical issues caused him to crash his ATV in Wood County on Monday. It happened at East Fork Kite's Run Road. After talking to witnesses, officials believe the driver's medical issues contributed to the crash. He was wearing a helmet and was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The man… Read More

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Alexander Names New Superintendent

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The soon-to-be Superintendent of the Alexander Local School District says he wants to keep the district on its current course, balancing academic excellence and financial issues. The school board appointed Jeff Cullum to the post last night. He's the current Alexander Elementary School principal and has been with the district since 2004. "The district is… Read More

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Ripley Girl Dies In Bike Accident


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Students at Ripley Middle School in West Virginia are mourning the loss of their classmate, Loretta McCormick, who was only 11. She died Tuesday after hitting her head in a bicycle accident on Cunningham Road. She lost control, ran off the road and crashed into a ditch. It was a day of tears, hugs and… Read More

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Obama In Cincinnati Today

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President Barack Obama is marketing his $447 billion boost to the economy on the turf of House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell. The defiant gesture at a bridge crossing from Boehner's home state of Ohio to McConnell's Kentucky is Obama's latest effort to raise awareness for his jobs package amid broad… Read More