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Bluegrass Prodigies to Perform in New Concord


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Ask almost any expert in any field and they'll tell you the same thing: If you want to be really good at something, start young. The Yurco Boys of Cambridge, Ohio, will have a chance to show off their skills when they open the Tuesday, July 23 Celebrate New Concord concert in Village Park, with headliners Northwest Territory.

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Judge To Decide On Court Order On Voter ID Requirements In Ohio

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Attorneys for Ohio's top election official say he's committed to keeping in place broad definitions of acceptable forms of voter identification unless the Legislature changes the law. The comments came Friday before a Columbus federal court judge who's weighing whether an expiring court agreement from 2010 should be extended. The decree governs provisional ballots and… Read More

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City Of Athens Announces Road Repairs

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Traffic will be reduced to one lane on several streets in Athens next week. The City of Athens Engineering and Public Works Department has announced several street restoration projects for the area. One-lane traffic will be maintained, however, motorists are encouraged to avoid the area. Parking on the following streets will not be allowed during… Read More

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Rain Swollen Rivers Causing Flooding

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The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for Tuscarawas and Coshocton counties. Tuscarawas County is under a flood warning until 9 a.m. Saturday. The NWS says minor flooding is still occurring upstream from the Dover Dam. Stream rises will be slow and flash flooding is not expected. Coshocton County is under a flood warning… Read More

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AEP Reports Full Restoration For Ohioans Is Almost Complete

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American Electric Power reports 83 percent of Ohio customers impacted by Wednesday’s storm have been restored to service. As of Friday morning, approximately 26,700 customers remain without power across the company’s service territory in Ohio and West Virginia. AEP says at one point, approximately 152,000 customers were left without power. Wellston, northeast Columbus, northwest Columbus,… Read More