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Lancaster Schools To Heighten Security Friday After Threats

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UPDATE: 5:48 PM Lancaster City Schools will have an added police presence Friday, after a high school student was charged Thursday with inducing panic at a Lancaster school. Fairfield County sheriff's deputies arrested the unidentified 17-year-old student Thursday afternoon after an alleged "hit list" was discovered at Lancaster High School. Sheriff Dave Phalen said the… Read More

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Fire Damaged Chillicothe Building Awarded Tax Credit


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The historic Carlisle Building in downtown Chillicothe is receiving a $1.4 million tax credit for the building's renovation. The Ohio Development Services Agency Thursday awarded nearly $36 million in Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits to rehabilitate 45 historic Ohio Buildings. The Carlisle Building was damaged after a fire in 2003. Adena Health Systems and the… Read More

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Ohio Receives Two Defensive Lineman Commits


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Ohio Football has added two more to its 2013 recruiting class, signing a pair of Junior College defensive tackles to their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday. Scout.com reported Wednesday that Ohio received signed NLI’s from 6-foot 3-inch, 285-pound Cameron McLeod and 6-foot 4-inch, 307-pound Watson Tautuiaki. The two join a recruiting class that already… Read More

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Jackson Co. Leaders Swearing-In Set

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Jackson County Prosecutor-elect Justin Lovett and Sheriff-elect Tedd Frazier are to be sworn in Thursday. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine will do the honors. Lovett is a former Ohio assistant attorney general. The oath of office will be administered to Lovett and Frazier at 4 p.m. at the Oak Hill United Presbyterian Church in Oak… Read More

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Washington State Community College President Contract Renewed

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The Washington State Community College Board of Trustees is extending the contract of President Bradley Ebersole to June, 2015. In making the announcement, Board Chairman Ken Schilling praises Ebersole for his leadership and commitment to the college, particularly during difficult financial times. "The Board wanted to show their commitment to Ebesole and the college by… Read More