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Third Weekly Award for One Bobcat


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Ohio field hockey goal keeper Brittany Walker is only in her first season as a starter for the Bobcats, but the sophomore is getting plenty of conference recognition in her first year as a starter. Walker earned her third MAC award this week as she was named MAC Defensive Player of the Week. Walker was… Read More

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Something About Serena


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Volleyball is a game where the scoring happens quick. Loud cheering is common to all sports, but when points could happen in a matter of minutes, it isn't strange to hear the players cheering quite often. Some players cheer with more enthusiasm than others, but when Serena Warner gets a block or a kill, the… Read More

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W.Va. Governor Seeks More Individual Storm Aid

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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is seeking more federal assistance for residents who sustained property losses during a fierce June windstorm. Tomblin's office announced Tuesday that he has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency to provide individual assistance in 20 counties. In September, FEMA approved individual assistance for residents in Fayette, Kanawha, Nicholas and Raleigh counties… Read More

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10/16 Playoff Update


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  There are only two weeks left in the regular season and the OHSAA has released updated playoff computer rankings. Tri-Valley and Trimble remain the only teams to have clinched a spot in the postseason. Many teams face win or go home situations, so expect some inspired performances this Friday. The top eight in each… Read More

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Ohio School Report Cards To Be Released Wednesday

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Officials have rescheduled the release of Ohio school and district ratings that have been delayed amid a statewide review of student-attendance data. The Ohio Department of Education now tentatively plans to release the report cards Wednesday. Results are still considered preliminary as Ohio Auditor Dave Yost investigates enrollment and attendance irregularities around the state. The… Read More

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OU Releases Info For Obama Visit


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Despite tightened security and road closures around Ohio University for President Obama's visit Wednesday, the campus will remain open and classes will still be held. In a message to OU staff and students, Executive Vice President and Provost Pam Benoit listed several bulletpoints of key information regarding the president's visit. Benoit says a security perimeter… Read More

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New Lexington Police Investigate Suspicious Death


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Authorities are working to learn more information about a suspicious death in Perry County. An unidentified 39-year-old woman was found dead on Lincoln Park Drive in New Lexington early Monday morning. Police Chief Scott Ervin says police are investigating the case and still conducting interviews. A suspect has not been identified.