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Cease Orders For Two Antero Sites In West Virginia Lifted

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Antero Resources can resume operations at two drilling sites where water storage tanks ruptured recently. The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection has lifted orders requiring Antero to cease operations at the well pad sites in Doddridge and Harrison counties. The DEP tells WBOY-TV (http://bit.ly/1eXh5Wg ) that the company has submitted plans required to resume… Read More

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Democrats Garrison, Howard Face Off In 6th District Primary

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Two Democrats will square off in the upcoming primary election for the chance to unseat Republican Bill Johnson for the U.S. House of Representatives’ Ohio 6th District. Campaigning to become the Democratic nominee are Jennifer Garrison, a former state representative from Marietta, and Greg Howard, an engineer who operates a farm in Meigs County. Garrison… Read More

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In Focus: Comparing Ohio University Main to Regional Campus Costs

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"Success.” “Adventure.” “Diversity.” “Pride.” “Growth.” These are some of the responses Ohio University students gave when asked what being a bobcat means to them, but some of those bobcats are willing to pay a lot more for that experience. Ohio University consists of the main Athens campus along with five regional campuses and three centers… Read More