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Podcast: Ohio Faces Hampton And Richmond


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Jim Christian started the season off hot in Ohio’s first three games of the season. The Bobcats are winning by an average of 30 points so far this season. Ohio’s season takes a turn for the better starting this weekend. The Bobcats have Hampton (2011 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Champions) and Richmond (2011 Sweet Sixteen) this… Read More

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Dann’s Law License Suspended

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The law license of former Ohio Attorney General Marc E. Dann has been suspended for six months for engaging in conduct that resulted in his conviction on misdemeanor criminal counts of soliciting improper compensation and filing false financial disclosure statements during his tenure as attorney general. In a 7-0 per curiam opinion announced Tuesday, the… Read More

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Holiday Pops Concert in Zanesville

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The Southeastern Ohio Symphony Orchestra  (SEOSO) will perform its annual Holiday Pops Concert on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. at Secrest Auditorium in Zanesville.  Conducted by SEOSO Music Director Dr. Laura Schumann, the concert will feature a number of holiday favorites, including "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year," "How the Grinch Stole… Read More

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Perry County Deputies Arrest Alleged Bank Robber


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Sheriff's deputies have one man in custody in connection with a November 15 bank robbery in Perry County. Perry County Sheriff William Barker said deputies arrested 37-year-old John Meikle on Saturday for having stolen property from the People's National Bank in Thornville.  He was charged with aggravated robbery. Meikle is currently in the Southeastern Ohio… Read More

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In Focus: Impact of the Affordable Care Act in Appalachia

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The Affordable Care Act could be a saving grace for those in Southeast Ohio who are uninsured or underinsured. It helps cover those who have pre-existing conditions, and provides preventive care to those who could usually not afford it, plus it expands Medicaid and Medicare coverage. “The uninsured is about 12.5 percent. It’s pretty common,… Read More