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Nelsonville-York Must Overcome Coaching Change, Logan Offense

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Logan (4-0, 0-0) and Nelsonville-York (1-3, 0-1) first met in 1967 and Friday will mark the 31st edition of the “Battle of Route 33.” Logan leads the series 23-7, including last year’s 40-7 win over the Buckeyes. The Chieftain offense was clicking on all cylinders then, and based on its first four games, the trend… Read More

New Opportunities for Ohio Entrepreneurs


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A new partnership between Google and the Secretary of State’s Office is working to make sure Ohio is a prime location when creating a new business. Ohio is the first state in the Midwest to partner with Google’s “Let’s Put Our Cities On The Map” program.   The new partnership is working to enhance the presence… Read More

Miller, Trimble Battle for Hocking’s Top Spot

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The battle for the top spot in the TVC-Hocking will commence on Friday night when the Miller Falcons and Trimble Tomcats collide in Glouster. After last year’s 62-6 Trimble win over Miller, it would have been difficult to predict this year’s week five match-up would hold so much significance. Miller’s resurgence should result in a… Read More

Series of Events to Celebrate 25 Years of the “Americans With Disabilities Act”

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On this episode of “Conversations from Studio B”, join host Carolyn Lewis and her guests, Carey Busch and Dianne Bouvier, in a discussion of the upcoming events associated with the ADA25 Celebration Series. The Presidential Advisory Council on Disability and Accessibility Planning and the City Commission on Disabilities are coordinating a series of events during… Read More

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Ohio Attorneys vs. Issue 3

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The association representing attorneys in Ohio is opposing a proposed state constitutional amendment that would legalize marijuana. The Ohio State Bar Association, which represents about 23,000 attorneys in the state, also said Thursday that it supports a separate proposed amendment that would make it illegal to establish a monopoly or cartel. Issue 2 was put… Read More

OU is Named One of the Nation’s Fastest Growing Institutions

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Ohio University, the first higher education institution in both the Northwest Territory and the state of Ohio, was recently named the 18thfastest growing college in the United States by the Chronicle of Higher Education.* Their rankings were based on a comparison of student enrollment growth between 2003 and 2013. During this period, OHIO’s total enrollment** grew… Read More

Ohio University Communication Studies Professor to Support Fathers of Special Needs Children

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Professor Stephanie Tikkanen sees needs of caregiver men not being met Four-year-old Jayden has an incredibly rare genetic mutation known as Sturge-Weber Syndrome. The most obvious symptom is a port-wine stain on his face. The most severe symptoms though are blindness and being confined to a wheelchair. But in addition to being a beautiful, loving… Read More

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Albany Doesn’t Meet Demands, Wants More Time From School District

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ALBANY — The village of Albany didn’t meet the demands outlined in a letter sent by Alexander School Board President Fred Davis, but it was unclear Wednesday how the school district will respond. Last week, the school board authorized filing a lawsuit, but gave the village until this past Tuesday to give permission for the… Read More