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Wahama Continues Domination

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Domination, thy name is Wahama. The White Falcons continued their reign over the TVC-Hocking with a 61-8 drubbing of Waterford Wildcats Friday night. Waterford appeared to have gained momentum early by almost taking the opening kickoff to the end zone. It was only a tease from the White Falcon defense, as they dashed any chances the Wildcats… Read More

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Buckeyes Crush Chieftains

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It’s been nine years since Nelsonville-York and Logan last met on the field. The Chieftains might wish it had been a little bit longer, as the Buckeyes continued to roll through their schedule in a 42-6 win. The Nelsonville offense capitalized on their first possession of the game, driving 43-yards, capped off by an Austin… Read More

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Scores: September 23rd


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  Gridiron Glory has week five scores from around southeast Ohio. Check back frequently for updates. TVC-Ohio: Logan 6 Nelsonville-York 42   Athens 42 Waverly 21   Alexander 35 River Valley 0   Southern 0 Meigs 35   Fairland 15 Wellston 33   Point Pleasant 42 Vinton County 7   TVC-Hocking: Belpre 0 Federal Hocking… Read More

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Columbus Zoo And The Wilds Receive Award

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The Freshwater Mussel Conservation and Research Center is doing some award-winning work. So says the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, which recently handed out a North American Conservation Award praising the Mussel Center's efforts. Dr. Barb Wolfe is Director of Wildlife and Conservation Medicine at the Wilds, which is located in Muskingum County. She helps run… Read More

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Electrofishing Draws Crowd in Marietta

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Despite rain, dozens of fishermen, students, watershed activists and local leaders gathered on the banks of the Ohio River in Marietta recently. They were there for an electrofishing demonstration. Electrofishing is a technique for catching fish so they can be measured and recorded.  The fish are later released. It's done by the Ohio Environmental Protection… Read More

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Former SE Ohio Congressman Calls For Third Party In Redistricting Debate

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A former southeast Ohio congressman says a third party needs to examine the state's redistricting plan. Lawmakers approved a bill this week establishing new congressional boundaries that Democrats and voter advocates say favor ruling Republicans. The maps were drawn to reflect the loss of two U.S. House seats as Ohio's population grew slower than other… Read More