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Trimble Tomcats 4-1 (4-0) | Last Rank: 1 | Next Opponent: Vs. Wahama Justice Jenkins’s 232 yards on 22 carries kept the Tomcats rolling to a 56-14 rout of Miller, reasserting themselves as the team to beat in the conference. Miller Falcons 4-1, (3-1) | Last Rank: 2 | Next Opponent Vs. Hannan Losing to… Read More
1.) Meigs Marauders 4-1 (2-0) | Last Rank: 2 | Next Opponent: Vs. Nelsonville-York The Marauders earned their spot at the top of the TVC-Ohio by beating River Valley in a come-from-behind victory. 2.) Alexander Spartans 4-1 (2-0) | Last Rank: 3 | Next Opponent: @ Vinton County Defense is the priority for Alexander and… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Senate President Keith Faber says a group studying Ohio’s oil-and-gas severance tax is likely to have a report with various recommendations in time to meet its deadline. Faber told reporters Wednesday a “concept document” from the 2020 Tax Policy Study Commission could come on the deadline Thursday or on Friday. He… Read More
Being a leader doesn’t just mean being the best on the court. Junior Brooke Coleman talks about her duties as the OU Volleyball program’s first academic captain.
Southeastern Ohio Athletic League Logan Chieftains (5-0, 0-0) | Next opponent: @ Shadyside (1-4) Logan’s offense kept its foot on the gas against rival Nelsonville-York, hanging 41 on the Buckeyes. Lane Little finished with 223 yards and three scores through the air. Logan will have one more tune-up game against a struggling Shadyside team before… Read More
Here is the complete letter from OUPD Chief Andrew Powers regarding the reported sexual assaults since the start of classes in August. Dear University Community, The Ohio University Police Department (OUPD) now has received nine reports of sexual assault since classes began this semester, two of which were reported this past weekend. Detectives made an… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Government requirements for the use of solar, wind and other forms of renewable energy by Ohio power companies would be suspended indefinitely under recommendations being prepared for release by a legislative study panel. That’s according to the draft report of the Energy Mandates Study Committee obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Senate Health committee has cleared a bill that seeks to expand access to treatment for certain sexually transmitted diseases. The bill would allow doctors to prescribe medication to their patients’ partners without first examining them. Under current law licensed providers in Ohio must first examine patients before prescribing them… Read More
We spent a day with Father Mark Moore, a leader in the Catholic community in Athens, Ohio, and got his perspective on what Pope Francis’s visit means to Catholics in this country.
There’s no better way to spend a quiet weekend morning than with a hot cup of coffee and a good hearty breakfast. If you’re bored with the normal eggs and bacon breakfasts, here are some ideas to spice up your tastebuds. Breakfast lasagna Wow! This is such a unique idea. It’s hard not to enjoy… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio lawmakers are working to fix to a budget provision that imposes an unintended tax increase on some small businesses. At issue is a tax deduction contained in the two-year state budget that passed in June. The budget allows small business owners to deduct up to 75 percent of their first… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio has received a $71 million federal grant to expand charter schools even as state authorities review possible data scrubbing by a former school-choice director and lawmakers push fixing charter oversight. The U.S. Department of Education grant announced Monday represents the largest single portion of a new $157 million to expand… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s prisons director has received a first-ever national award for innovation named for the late director of Colorado’s prison system. The 2015 Tom Clements Innovation Award was given this week to Gary Mohr, the director of the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. The award from the Association of State Correctional… Read More
Week five presented much of the same in the Muskingum Valley League with its top three teams in Maysville, Tri Valley, and Sheridan all getting wins by at least 35 points. Meanwhile, Philo and Crooksville also picked up conference wins. Chase Roberts put on one of the conference’s most notable performances, racking up 117 yards… Read More