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Ohio To Play Belmont In BracketBusters


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ESPN announced Monday that the Ohio men’s basketball team will be playing at Belmont in the 11th annual BracketBusters. The game will be televised on ESPN2 on Feb. 23 at 10 p.m. The Bruins are 19-4 on the season and are 10-0 in the Ohio Valley Conference. They’re ranked 17th in the RPI and received… Read More

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Kasich Unveils State Budget

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UPDATE 4:04 P.M. Governor John Kasich unveiled his biennium budget Monday, focusing on areas he says will drive job creation in the Buckeye State.  In an afternoon address to news media, Kasich discussed revisions in K-12 and higher education funding, tax cuts for small businesses and statewide income tax reduction, an expansion of Medicaid and harnessing… Read More

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Ohio Adds Another Defensive Lineman Recruit


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National Signing Day, the day when high school kids can make their verbal commitments official, is Wednesday, but that hasn’t stopped Ohio from still trying to add a few more last minute recruits. Scout.com is reporting that Cleon Aloese, a defensive tackle from Tafuna High School in American Samoa, has given Ohio his verbal commitment… Read More

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Nelsonville Police Officer Faces Felony Charge

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A Nelsonville police officer is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday in Hocking County. Josh Braglin faces a felony charge of tampering with evidence. According to Hocking County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Dave Valkinburg deputies were called to the residence of Braglin’s girlfriend, Sheena Bauer, after neighbors reported a verbal domestic disturbance on Jan. 13. Valkinburg… Read More

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Snow Emergencies Dropped But More Snow Coming

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Most counties in Southeast Ohio lifted their snow emergency levels Monday morning but many schools delayed the start of classes. Those counties closing schools Monday morning included: Athens City Schools Coshocton Cambridge City East Guernsey Morgan New Lexington Zanesville Vinton County had bumped up its snow emergency from a level-one to level-two during the weekend. … Read More