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Maysville Bests New Lexington At Home


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The Maysville Panthers beat a visiting New Lexington team Friday night, 28-6. New Lexington’s offense was nearly non-existent in the first quarter, failing to convert a first down during the period. On the other sideline, Maysville’s offensive line dominated in the trenches, allowing halfbacks C.J Harris and Eli Chambers to run wild. Chambers capped off… Read More

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Jackson Dominates Waverly, 68-0


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The Jackson Ironmen dominated the Waverly Tigers Friday night, beating them by a final score of 68-0. Jackson continued to maintain its home field advantage after easily topping Wellston last week. They looked like Ironmen on defense, as they limited the Tigers to 56 total yards of offense. Hunter Sexton stole the show early, throwing… Read More

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$100,000 Worth of Stolen Property Returned to owners

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More than $100,000 of stolen property will soon be returned to its rightful owners after a four-month undercover investigation by the Greenup County Sheriff's Department. Working with informants, Sheriff Keith Cooper and his deputies have been buying stolen vehicles undercover since April. Cooper said the thieves from whom he bought the vehicles acknowledged that they… Read More

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Decade Old Charges Dropped

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Charges have been dismissed in a decade-old murder case. According to WSAZ, the Putnam County Prosecutor's office said charges were recently dismissed against David Little of Nitro in the death of Montgomery resident Yvonne Thomas in 2001. In April of 2002, Thomas' body was found along Island Creek Road near Tornado, West Virginia. State Police… Read More

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New Poll: Ohioans Split on Gay Marriage


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The Public Religion Research Institute released a poll this week showing Ohioans are evenly split on gay marriage.  47 percent of Ohioans both support and oppose gay marriage, Six percent did not respond to the question.    The poll shows a shift from Election Day 2004 when 62 percent of Ohio voters approved an amendment… Read More

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Ohio Sweeps Cincy In Afternoon Tune-Up


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Ohio Volleyball increased its consecutive sets won streak to 12 Friday, winning its home opener over Cincinnati, 25-13, 25-14, 25-23. Friday’s early-afternoon match served as a tune-up of sorts for a night match with No. 24 North Carolina. “It was good to keep the momentum rolling,” head coach Ryan Theis said after the game. “It… Read More

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Ohio University Dorm Project Raises Questions


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You may have seen and heard the construction around Ohio University's campus recently. It's all part of a more than $363 million program aimed to make on-campus living better. Once the renovations and construction are complete, the new dorms are expected to last for the next 50 years. "When we do this complete renovation, it re-sets… Read More

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Afternoon Update For September 6


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A Coolville man charged with felony rape will face a jury trial in October. A new farmer's market is set to open in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Caseloads in Ohio's mayor's courts have fallen to a new low. Details in your afternoon audio update.

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Deputies Arrest Four In Drug Raid


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The Southern Ohio Drug Task Force arrested four people during a drug raid at a residence in Lucasville Ohio. Scioto County Sheriff Donini says officers seized several Oxycodone pills and over $1600 from 28 Oakwood Ave on August 6th. Of the four individuals, 49 year old Carla S. Shaw was the only one arrested on… Read More

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Athens Based Nonprofit Organization Awarded For Making Festivals Zero Waste

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An Athens based nonprofit organization was recognized for its excellence in helping festivals become zero waste events in Appalachian Ohio. Rural Action and the Appalachia Ohio Zero Waste Initiative (AOZWI) received the 2013 Non-Profit Organization Award from keep Ohio Beautiful. The award recognized its work with festival organizers to make several southeast Ohio festivals zero… Read More

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ARTS/West Unveils Renovated Space

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ARTS/West unveiled its new look on Wednesday evening, including improved lighting for displaying of art, a refurbished wood floor, stage upgrades and new seating that will make the space more versatile. According to Andrew Chiki, assistant director of Athens’ Department of Arts, Parks and Recreation, the city-owned arts facility received a $15,000 appropriation from Athens… Read More