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Belpre Runs Past Lady Lancers


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Led by Freshman Katelyn Hughes and Sophomore Sierra Barker, the Belpre Lady Eagles topped Federal Hocking for the second time this year, beating the Lady Lancers 67-53. Barker and Hughes led the way for the home squad, both knocking in 19 points. Junior Lexus Cunningham had an impressive performance as well, netting nine points and… Read More

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Doctors React To High Number Of Flu Cases This Year


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Some doctors call this flu season an epidemic, as a result of a record high number of flu hospitalizations this year. Forty-eight states, including Ohio, have reported flu hospitalizations this year. According to the Ohio Department of Health, flu hospitalizations have increased this year, with 586 reported cases this week compared to only five reported… Read More

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Practicing Rural Medicine


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Jackie Wolf talks with Randy Longenecker, M.D., the Assistant Dean for Rural and Underserved Programs and a Professor of Family Medicine at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. Wolf and Longenecker discuss training students in rural medicine, how to get students interested in rural… Read More

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Kent State Rematch To Be Broadcast On ESPNU


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Jim Christian and the Ohio Bobcats Men’s Basketball team (15-5, 6-0 MAC) are having a great season thus far, and it is being noticed. The Mid-American Conference announced today that Christian’s second game against his former team, the Kent State Golden Flashes, will be broadcasted nationally by ESPNU on Feb. 16. The two teams will… Read More

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Jury Trial For William Inman Underway

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Opening statements for the trial of a Hocking County man charged with aggravated murder in the death of his daughter-in-law are underway in Ross County. The statements took place Monday morning in the trial of William Inman. The prosecutor told jurors it's reasonable to infer 48-year-old William Inman murdered his 25-year-old daughter-in-law, Summer.   The… Read More

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Cooper Receives Co-MAC Player of the Week


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The successful season continues for D.J. Cooper, as the Mid-American Conference announced Monday that the Ohio guard was named the Co-MAC East Division Player of the Week with Akron’s Zeke Marshall. This marks the fourth time in six weeks that Cooper receives this conference honor. He is the only player in the conference to be… Read More

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Movie Review: “Zero Dark Thirty”

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Zero Dark Thirty tells a "truth-based" story of a young CIA agent named Maya (Jessica Chastain) who stayed on the hunt for Osama Bin Laden throughout the "War on Terror."

Directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by the journalist Mark Shoals, this is the new picture from the team that brought us that pulse-pounder, The Hurt Locker.

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ODOT Cutting Information Center Jobs

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The state is eliminating 34 jobs staffing 11 information centers along Ohio's interstate highways and one on at the Statehouse in Columbus. Ohio Department of Transportation spokesman Steve Faulkner said the jobs are going because travelers can now access the same information on their smart phones and other web devices. But tourism professionals are lamenting… Read More

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Man Fires On Police Before Turning Gun On Self


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UPDATE 11:18 A.M. The Lawrence County sheriff is now releasing the name of a man who shot himself after firing at police officers Sunday afternoon.  Sheriff Jeff Lawless says 43-year-old Roger Crisp, of Waterloo, had been in an argument for several days with his daughter prior to the shooting at her house at 2718 County Road… Read More