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Third Sentenced In Double Murder


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A Scioto County man has been sentenced to life in prison today for his role in a double murder in Lucasville in January of 2010. Scioto County Common Pleas Court Judge William Marshall sentenced Cecil Conley, 45, today on two counts of aggravated murder, one count of kidnapping and one count of aggravated burglary.  … Read More

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Shanty Boat Restoration Nearing Completion


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A historic shanty boat is one step closer to becoming a museum exhibit for the Ohio River Museum in Marietta. Crews from Dave's Landscaping in McConnelsville spent the last six days restoring and replacing the floorboards on the old boat. Dave Lapp, president of Dave's Lanscaping, says the crew was happy to help with the… Read More

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Ohio-Miami Rivalry Video

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Rivalries and competition are part of our daily existence and they certainly are part of university life. For the most part – rivalries are good things and are between entities of comparable abilities and mutual respect. There are special rivalries in life and especially in sports. Some are new-found and some go back hundreds of… Read More

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Genesis Gets Designation Of Level Three Trauma Center

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A Zanesville Healthcare System is now a level three trauma center. Genesis Healthcare System received the official designation this month, which had been provisionally granted by the Ohio Department of Health in September 2010. Trauma Services Director Dr. Stuart Chow says trauma surgeons from the American College of Surgeons visited the hospital's emergency department in… Read More

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Fracking Still A Hot Topic

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While the county would make a healthy profit from prospective drilling companies, environmental concerns are keeping many residents from giving fracking the nod of approval. “Contamination is terrifying and oftentimes it’s not just the chemicals that get into the water,” says Camille Scott, a member of OU Students Against Fracking. “There are clips all over… Read More

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Carrie Rodriguez to Present “An Acoustic Cafe Evening” at Stuart’s

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Singer-songwriter Carrie Rodriguez came to national prominence after being discovered by Chip Taylor in her hometown of Austin, Texas, at the South by Southwest festival over a decade ago (Taylor is best known for writing the hits “Wild Thing” and “Angel of the Morning”). At that time, the Berklee-schooled violinist fashioned herself as a fiddle-playing… Read More

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Aluminum Stretcher Running At Ravenswood Plant

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A new $46 million aluminum stretcher is up and running at Constellium Rolled Products' plant in Ravenswood.      Constellium commissioned the stretcher Wednesday.      The Ravenswood plant produces aluminum plate for aerospace and defense markets, and coil products for transportation, marine and industrial uses. It is Jackson County's largest employer, with nearly 1,000… Read More