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Huntington Bruises Parkersburg 55-14

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The West Virginia Class AAA top-ranked Huntington Highlanders assured their No. 1 ranking Friday night, as they routed the Parkersburg Big Reds, 55-14. The Highlanders jump to a 7-0 unblemished record thanks to four first half touchdowns, while the Big Reds fall to 2-5. The Highlanders dominated the Parkersburg defense by way of the big… Read More

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Bobcats Edge Toledo 3-1


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Ohio Volleyball dropped the first set but won the rest Friday, taking down Toledo at home 23-25, 25-13, 25-16, 25-21. Toledo led for the majority of a close first set. The Rockets broke a 10-10 tie with a 3-0 run and held onto a close-but-comfortable advantage for the rest of the frame. Outside hitter Lauren… Read More

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Collecting Bras For The Lighthouse

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In celebration of National BRA (Breast Reconstruction Awareness) Day, which was Oct. 16, Fairfield Medical Center, Central Ohio Plastic Surgery and Ohio University Lancaster facilitated the collection of 50 bras for the Lighthouse, a domestic violence shelter for women. “According to the Women’s Health Act of 1998, if an insurance company covers a mastectomy, it must… Read More

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Local Democrats endorse Ed Fitzgerald


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Several Local democrats announced their endorsement of Cuyahoga County Executive Ed Fitzgerald earlier at a press conference in Athens on Thursday.   Democrats from the City and County were in attendance: Athens Mayor Paul Wiehl, County Commissioners Chris Chmiel and Lenny Eliason as well as State Representative Debbie Phillips were in attendance.   The press… Read More

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Eastern Michigan Football Player Found Dead Ahead Of Game Against OU

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Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed was found shot to death early Friday and authorities have launched an off-campus homicide investigation. Eastern Michigan has a home game against Ohio University scheduled for Saturday. According to Eastern Michigan University marketing the game will be played as scheduled. Ypsilanti Police Sgt. Thomas Eberts tells the Ann… Read More

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The State Of The SEOAL

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With four teams still eligible to win the Southeastern Ohio Athletic League title, the next three weeks will separate the bad from the good, and the good from the great. Over the past four years, three different teams have claimed the SEOAL title, signifying parody among conference programs. This stat lies in stark contrast to… Read More

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Ohio Women’s Golf: Wraps Up Fall Season


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Bobcat Sports Showcase reporter Alex Stec brings closure to the Ohio Women’s Golf team’s fall season. Head Coach Kelly Ovington, seniors Kara Brinkman and Kristen Helmsdoerfer, and junior Julie Lechner all reflect on the season and share their expectations for the spring. From stroke differential to practice plans for the off-season, these Bobcats break down… Read More

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Candidate Accuses Benton Township Of Corruption

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A candidate for Benton Township Trustees is accusing the three current trustees of nepotism and misuse of funds. Candidate Bruce Johnson claims that trustees Clyde Garrett, Robbie Davis and Gerald “Dean” Stevens are employing family members and misusing township insurance provided to the trustees. Garrett and Davis are up for re-election in November. Former trustee… Read More

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Proposal Call For No Increase In Health Insurance Premiums For Public Employees In WV

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State and public school employees covered by West Virginia's public employee insurance plan likely will see no increases in their health insurance premiums next year. The Charleston Gazette reports that the Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board has tentatively approved a 2014-15 plan containing only minor changes in two categories of co-pays. If the plan… Read More

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Sheriff: Largest Meth Maker In Hocking County Arrested In Logan

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Hocking County Sheriff Lanny North believes one of the largest methamphetamine manufacturers and distributors in Hocking County was arrested Wednesday after the man reportedly solicited people walking inside CVS in Logan to purchase pseudoephedrine. Criminal informants working with the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office have reportedly said the man had the most potent type of meth… Read More