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Barton, Southern Roll Over Belpre

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The Southern Tornadoes were explosive from the start Friday in a 19-0 win over TVC-Hocking foe Belpre. Right from the start the Southern Tornadoes took care of business with a quarterback keeper from junior Tristen Wolfe for 39 yards. A few plays later, senior running back Tyler Barton ran in for a touchdown. Barton carried… Read More

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Logan Earns First Win Of Season


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The Logan Chieftans squeaked out a victory over the Newark Wildcats, 32-27, in the final seconds of the fourth quarter at Logan Chieftan Stadium. The Chieftans were forced to punt with 1:36 left in the fourth quarter, giving the Wildcats a final possession. Newark drove down to the Chieftan 33-yard line before quarterback Grant Russell… Read More

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Athens Tops Warren, 42-6

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On the first chilly Friday night of the season, Athens overcame two turnovers and five penalties to top the Warren Warriors, 42-6. It looked as if Athens was going to put it away early when junior Joe Burrow capped a two-play drive with a 24-yard scamper into the end zone. The following Warren drive ended… Read More

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Man Hit By Train

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A man has been rushed to the hospital after he was hit by a train. This happened about 4 p.m. Friday along Route 62 in Putnam County. WSAZ reports Jonathan Higginbotham, 23, was walking on the tracks between Buffalo and Midway. Higginbotham was hit by a train and drug under the train for several feet…. Read More

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Ohio Sends Rebels Runnin’ In Three


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Ohio Volleyball battled through two sets and breezed through one on the way to a 3-0 win over UNLV in the Western Kentucky University Invitational Friday evening, 26-24, 25-21, 25-13. Ohio (6-1) remained in control for much of the first set, holding a steady lead from Karin Bull’s block on the opening point. The Bobcat… Read More

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Ohio Soccer Extends Winning Streak To Four


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Ohio soccer coach Aaron Rodgers said following Sunday’s win against Morehead State that the team’s goal was to get its first shutout of the season. On Friday, the Bobcats accomplished that feat. Ohio (4-2-1) won its fourth straight game and remained undefeated on the road this season, as the Bobcats took down Youngstown State (1-5-1),… Read More

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Keeping The Bell In Athens


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Deep inside the walls of Peden Stadium sits a bronze bell: “The Bell” to be more precise. It’s a token of victory awarded to the winner of the Marshall-Ohio football game, a rivalry dating back to 1905. That year, the two schools—separated by a mere 80 miles—met for the first time on the gridiron. Marshall… Read More

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Time Warner Will Televise Ohio Volleyball Against Kent State

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Time Warner Cable Sports Channel will televise the Ohio Volleyball match against Kent State Nov. 14, the Mid-American Conference announced Friday. The 7 p.m. battle between the Bobcats and Golden Flashes will be Ohio's first television appearance of the 2013 season. Ohio (5-1) continues non-conference play this weekend at the Western Kentucky University Invitational in… Read More

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Wayne National Forest To Lease Coal To U.S. DOI


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Wayne National Forest on Friday issued a decision to lease seven parcels of federally-owned coal to U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management. The coal is located beneath the Wayne National Forest in Perry and Morgan counties, east of the town of Corning. The Forest Service Environmental Assessment concluded that no significant resources would… Read More

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Morning Update


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A Logan County mother now faces child endangerment charges after her child suffered meth-related burns.  The Supreme Court ruled that courts will now provide free telephone lines to non-verbal and non-English speakers. The Public Service Commission's Transportation Enforcement Division will be conducting brake inspections this week as part of a safety initiative. More in your… Read More