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Recruits continue to roll in for Ohio Football. Andrew Meyer confirmed his verbal commitment to Ohio via Twitter on Tuesday and became the Bobcats’ 10th recruit of the 2014 class. Meyer is a wide receiver from Pickerington (Ohio) Central High School, who stands at 6 feet and weighs 185 pounds. He is currently unranked by most scouting… Read More
Charlene Stout signed with the University of Rio Grande on Monday to continue her athletic career at the collegiate level, according to RioRedStorm.com. However unlike most recruits of the 2013 class, Stout will suit up for the RedStorm in two different sports. The 6-foot product of Paint Valley High School will play basketball for Rio in the winter of 2013, and… Read More
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is searching for a Waverly man wanted after fleeing the scene of a fatal accident last month in Pike County. Plus, a former mansion caretaker has been sentenced to six years in prison. These stories and more in this special Tuesday NewsWrap.
The former caretaker of the mansion belonging to the head of Longaberger Co. has been sentenced for stealing. People convicted of arson-related offenses must register annually with local authorities. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources will allow deer hunting in two state parks. Details in your audio update.
For the month of July, Rick Edwards will serve as the interim superintendent for Federal Hocking Local Schools. The school board approved the change during a special meeting on Friday. Edwards already serves as the superintendent of the Athens-Meigs Educational Service Center. George Wood retired this year as superintendent and secondary school principal but was… Read More
The 4th of July is an exciting holiday here in the United States. Retailers have created colorful flyers, are running ads, decorating their windows all with holiday ideas. These party tips include an array of recipes to impress your family and friends, how to decorate, destinations for vacation and where to see the best fireworks…. Read More
The Pomeroy Blues & Jazz Society are pleased to announce the schedule for the 14th annual Rhythm on the River concert series. A wide variety of music is in store this summer, from smooth jazz to straight-up blues to some good 'ol roots rock 'n roll–another fantastic year of music on the river! July 5:… Read More
In a news release last week, State Senator Tim Schaffer, R–Lancaster, announced Ohio schools will see a boost of over $700 million in funding over the next two years as part of the state budget plan, adding it “is the largest increase for Ohio schools in over a decade.” Steve Dyer of Innovation Ohio, a… Read More
The Wood County Board of Education has agreed not to implement single-sex classes in schools for at least two years. The agreement settles a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of the mother of three female students at Van Devender Middle School. The school had sought to separate reading, math, social… Read More
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says they are still searching for the Waverly man involved in a traffic accident that killed three people including a pregnant woman and her unborn child. Police say Paul R. Riggs Jr., 30, is wanted on three counts of aggravated vehicular homicide and one count of aggravated vehicular assault. Riggs… Read More