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Meigs County Accumulates Nearly $3.7 Million In Delinquent Property Taxes

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Properties recently sold at a Meigs County’s Sheriff’s Office sale generated nearly $60,000 in delinquent property taxes owed to the area school district, Meigs Local. But the funds represent just a fraction of the money that remains outstanding, said the district’s treasurer. On Nov. 1, three properties belonging to HomeCreek Enterprises were sold at a… Read More

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OU Center For Entrepreneurship Finalist For Best Program In U.S.

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The Center for Entrepreneurship, a partnership of the Ohio University College of Business and the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, has been named a finalist for the 2014 Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Program by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. “We are proud to have our efforts in developing an internationally… Read More

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Judge Gayle Willaims-Byers Talks Technological Revolution in the Courts


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In this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Tom Hodson sits down with South Euclid Municipal Court judge Gayle Williams-Byers. Judge Gayle Williams-Byers talks about how she led her court into a technological revolution by revamping and reorganizing the file system into a paperless process, utilizing the internet for citizens to access individual needs…. Read More

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What “Battlestar Galactica” Can Teach Us About International Relations

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The science fiction television series Battlestar Galactica drew a legion of fans for its dramatic depiction of a robot genocide that leaves 50,000 human survivors searching for a new home in the universe. It's now attracted the attention of political scientists who see parallels between contemporary issues on Earth and the show's discussion of topics… Read More

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Most AEP Ohio Customers Have Power Restored


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Most customers who lost their power in Sunday's storms have now had their service restored according to AEP Ohio. According to the company's outage map 327 customers in Licking County were still without power by midmorning Tuesday. AEP Ohio said it was continuing its restoration efforts in its Paulding service area of western Ohio. The… Read More

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OU Professor Inducted Into Engineering And Science Hall Of Fame

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An eminent scholar at Ohio University was inducted Thursday to the Engineering and Science Hall of Fame at the Engineers Club of Dayton for his inventions of alternative fuels and supercritical fluid technologies. Russ-Ohio Research Scholar in Coal Syngas Utilization Sunggyu “K.B.” Lee, a renowned alternative energy and advanced materials engineer, was recognized alongside cell… Read More

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Ohio Football Wins “Best Under-The-Radar” Contest

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Earlier this year, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, an official corporate sponsor of the NCAA, asked fans across the country to vote on Facebook for the “Best Under-the-Radar NCAA Football Atmosphere.” After months of voting and seven finalists, the Ohio Bobcats came out on top. The other six finalists included the Colorado State-Pueblo ThunderWolves, Delaware Blue Hens, Northern… Read More