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PREVIEW: Coming Off First Playoff Appearance in School History, Southern Has Many Roles To Fill

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Editor's Note: Over the next two weeks our reporters will be bringing you team previews for each team in the SEOAL, TVC-Ohio, TVC-Hocking, and our West Virginia teams. We continue in the TVC-Hocking, where Trimble and Wahama are still the top teams. The 2013 season was a magical one for the Southern Tornadoes, as they finished… Read More

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Old Mine Proves Problematic


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One day last summer a driver felt something unsettling while cruising along Route 33. Andy Moreland, however, is not a typical driver.  Moreland, an experienced engineer for the Ohio Department of Transportation, urged the department to take a deeper look.  After assessment, ODOT confirmed an old mine sits below the mile long stretch of Route… Read More

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What Do Common Core Standards Mean For Ohio?


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The Common Core education standards are the topic of a major debate being waged in statehouses across the country, but in Ohio, the argument is heating up. However, many Ohioans may be confused about just what the Common Core standards are and why it has become a topic of contention schools, meeting rooms and statehouses… Read More

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Drone On: Modern Warfare Examined In “Grounded”


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The Brick Monkey Theater Ensemble will present George Brant's award-winning play Grounded Aug. 27-Sept. 6 in OU's Kantner Hall. This one-woman production stars Marissa Wolf as an F-16 fighter pilot who is reassigned to drone duty after becoming pregnant.

Now installed in a trailer on the Las Vagas Air Force base, the threat of death has been removed for her, but the emotional and psychological lines begin to blur.