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Tuscarawas Co. High School Awarded More Than $23,000 For Ecosystem Project

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A Tuscarawas county high school has received more than $23,000 to fund a project that will benefit 600 students from Stark and Tuscarawas counties. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency awarded New Philadelphia High school an environmental education general grant for a project that will engage fifth, seventh and tenth grade students and their teachers in… Read More

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Ohio Officials Seek Medicaid Eligibility Overhaul

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State officials are expected to announce plans Wednesday to overhaul Medicaid eligibility for about 700,000 Ohioans. The proposal is aimed at simplifying the state's complex and lengthy process for determining whether a person is eligible for the tax-funded program that serves the poor and disabled. The changes would require approval from the federal government. Determining… Read More

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Basketball Camp Shows Participants ‘No Limits’


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While many college students will be focusing on part-time jobs or internships during their summer break, one Ohio University Lancaster student will turn his attention to running a basketball skills camp for the second time. Cody Sarensen came up with the idea for the No Limits Basketball Camp last spring and organized the summertime camp… Read More

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OU Certificate To Tackle Diabetes In Fall


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The country's first undergraduate translation certificate program will tackle the topic of diabetes next fall at Ohio University. Darlene Berryman, OU professor and program coordinator says she created the program to expose students to diabetes and trends in treating the disease beyond what the general health classes offer. "From a personal standpoint, I wanted to… Read More