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Maurice Ndour Officially Signs With Ohio


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Ohio Men’s Basketball is off to a hot start with the first recruiting class of new head coach Jim Christian’s era. They signed their third player for the 2013 class earlier today when highly sought after forward Maurice Ndour, of Monroe College, signed his national letter of intent. Ndour, a 6-foot-9-inch, 200-pound power forward, is… Read More

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Evening Audio Update For November 14


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The Ohio Department of Education plans to spread a new study statewide to school districts, administrators and teachers' unions that showcases the success of nine high-poverty schools. The chariman of an Ohio House committee says he expects the panel to apporve a bill that would send Palnned Parenthood to the back of the line for… Read More

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Southeast Ohio School District Awarded Grant To Control Bus Pollution

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A Pike County school district has been awarded a nearly $10,000 grant to install pollution control equipment on its buses.  The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday that Waverly City Schools will receive $9,714 to install diesel oxidation catalysts on six buses. The agency awarded a total of $277,885.53 to eight school districts across the… Read More

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Afternoon Audio Update For November 14


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Ohio has begun issuing its first permits for deep injection of chemically-laced wastewater from oil and gas drilling since a New Year's Eve quake in Youngstown prompted an unofficial statewide moratorium on new wells. A state tax bill that has the potential to cost the city of Athens half a million dollars in revenue was… Read More

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Ohio Report Finds Success At High-Poverty Schools

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The Ohio Department of Education plans to spread a new study statewide to school districts, administrators and teachers' unions that showcases the success of nine high-poverty schools in mostly urban areas. Acting State Superintendent Michael Sawyers said at a Wednesday briefing that the report provides insights on how struggling districts achieve high student academic performance…. Read More