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With Starters’ Statuses Unknown, Bobcats Welcome MAC-Leading Western Michigan

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Things won’t get any easier for Ohio when it welcomes MAC-leading Western Michigan to the Convo Wednesday. Ohio, who is currently in the most challenging five-game stretch of its season, could be facing the Broncos without Stevie Taylor and T.J. Hall. Taylor is still uncertain with the calf contusion he suffered against Toledo, and Hall… Read More

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Parkersburg Administration Wants $1 MillIon For New Equipment

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City Council members in Parkersburg examined the proposed 2014-2015 municipal budget Tuesday, questioning several aspects of the $26 million spending plan. The Parkersburg News and Sentinel reports that the administration is proposing over $1 million in the purchasing or leasing of new equipment including 10 police cruisers, three dump trucks, one fire truck, one fire… Read More

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Zanesville Shooter Placed On 2 Years of Community Control

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Jamie Jarrett was placed on two years of community control and ordered to perform 100 hours of public service for transporting a man who fatally shot 61-year-old Charles Hooper inside the South Zanesville Burger King in October 2013. The Zanesville Times Recorder reports that Jarrett, who was originally charged with two third-degree felonies for obstructing… Read More

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Hiram College Chosen To Participate In Peace Corps Prep Program

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Hiram College is chosen among six other universities to participate in the Peace Corps Prep program beginning in fall 2014. Currently there are eight other schools offering it, including Ohio's Wittenberg University and Shawnee State. According to the agency, the program is a combination of courses and community service that, taken together, prepare students to… Read More

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Sloppy Second Half Dooms Alexander

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An overconfident Alexander Spartans squad showed up for their first round tournament game against the Waverly Tigers on Tuesday, Feb. 18. The Spartans lost 57-53, mainly due to Waverly’s superior aggression and athleticism, of which Alexander just couldn’t compete with. Right off the bat, Alexander made this tournament game look like it would be a… Read More