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In the 1960s, Mary Beth Tinker was a party in a famous U.S. Supreme Court case giving limited freedom of speech to public school students. Nearly 50 years later, she… Read More
The state is asking a federal appeals court to once again consider a lawsuit over early voting laws. Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted is appealing the ruling that requires… Read More
As the Bob Edwards Weekend show departs radio this fall, in its place will be the wildly popular radio show The Splendid Table. Known as ‘the radio program for people… Read More
Alexander (2-2, 0-1) has two objectives on the mind and both can be achieved Friday against Wellston: pick up its first conference win and snap a three-game losing streak. As… Read More
Ohio’s home opener with Idaho on Saturday was a tale of two quarters. The first quarter featured some successful drives from the Bobcats offense, jumping out to a 17-0 lead…. Read More
Last season on the first Friday night in October, Tri Valley traveled to New Lexington and took care of business, shutting the Panthers out 43-0. One year later the Panthers… Read More
Stuart’s Opera House wraps up this year's Free Summer Concert Series this Friday at 7 p.m. with a performance from Portland, Oregon band Quiet Life.
In addition, Stuart's will host opening night for the poetry exhibit Water Visions: Close Writings in the 1879 Gallery.
West Virginia is kicking off a $300,000 advertising push to promote education beyond high school. Gov. Earl Tomblin announced the initiative at Wayne High School on Wednesday. The… Read More
The Logan Chieftains are not afraid of a little competition, especially against their route 33 rivals. Head coach Billy Burke believes playing tough opponents has prepared his team to thrive… Read More