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Meigs Stumbles Against Fairland

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The Meigs Marauders were once again denied their first win at newly opened Farm Bank stadium Friday night. This time the Marauders fell to the Fairland Dragons, 30-12. The Dragons started the nights with a bang when senior running back Tyree Caesar rumbled 54 yards to the end zone. Fairland added a two-point conversion to… Read More

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Week 2 Scores

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TVC-Ohio Oak Hill 21 Alexander 7   Athens 62 Watkins Memorial 54   Fairland  30 Meigs 12   Newark Catholic 32 Nelsonville-York 6   Piketon 26 Vinton County 12   Minford 38 Wellston 19   TVC-Hocking Belpre 20 Fort Frye 45     Miller  6 Eastern 47     Waterford 14 Federal Hocking 16  … Read More

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FracTracker To Set Up Shop In Ohio

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Shale gas drilling continues to attract intense interest in Ohio. Big money is involved, and jobs, and there are environmental concerns.         Executive Director, Brook Lenker, and his non-profit group, FracTracker Alliance are new players. FracTracker Alliance has just received a $130,000 grant from a foundation in Cleveland to set up shop… Read More

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Canton Woman Arrested For Murder

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Authorities have made an arrest in the gruesome death of a woman found covered in burns and suffering on the side of a rural Ohio road.      The Muskingum County Sheriff's Office said that charges of aggravated murder, kidnapping and aggravated arson were filed Friday against 20-year-old Katrina Marie Culberson of Canton.     … Read More

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Athens-Area Dems Head To Convention

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  The Republicans wrapped up their national convention Thursday night.   Now, the Democrats, including two Athens-area delegates, are packing suitcases for their national convention, which starts Tuesday in Charlotte, North Carolina.   That's where they will officially nominate President Barack Obama for re-election.   “Almost every, for the past three years, since they've been… Read More

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First Swine Flu Death Reported In Ohio


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The Ohio Department of Health announced Friday that the first person known to have died from swine-flu had contact with pigs at the Ross County fair before becoming ill. The 61-year-old Madison County woman died earlier this week.   The state's health department reports the woman had other underlying medical conditions, but the flu virus… Read More

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Perry Co. Deputies Looking For Missing Man


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The Perry County Sheriff's Office is looking for anyone with information on a man who has been missing for two days. Crooksville resident Shane Peterson was last seen in the morning hours on August 29.   The sheriff's office says they believe he left with no shoes on and appeared confused over the last three… Read More

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OU Researchers Look For ADHD Interventions


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Ohio University researchers are receiving $1.5 million dollars in grant money from the US Department of Education for an Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder intervention study. It's a project meant to help teachers manage student behavior in the classroom. Many children struggle to pay attention, sit still and stay organized in the classroom. But for a… Read More