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River Valley’s No. 1

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While a high school football game may only last 48 minutes, certain friendships last forever. This has never been more evident than the friendship between River Valley’s Tyler Twyman and Dayton Hardway. Unfortunately, a season-ending knee injury has forced Twyman to sit on the sidelines this season, a feeling that Hardway knows all too well…. Read More

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W. Va. Police Chief Arrested on Domestic Battery, Driving Under Influence Charges

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PADEN CITY, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia State Police have arrested Paden City Police Chief Joseph Richardson on charges of domestic battery and driving under the influence. Richardson was arrested Monday. He was booked into the Northern Regional Jail in Moundsville and later released. Paden City Mayor John Hopkins says Richardson has been suspended pending… Read More

OHSAA Reveals Computer Ratings Ahead of Week Eight

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The Ohio High School Athletic Association revealed its latest computer ratings Tuesday afternoon and several teams from within our coverage area are ranked within their respective divisions and regions. Division II, region 5  After falling to Jackson, Logan (6-1) dropped from second to sixth with a 13.4643 rating. Joining the Chieftains are the Tri-Valley Scotties… Read More

Alaina Chester stars as Icarius in OU Theater's production of "The Penelopiad," Oct. 18-24 in the Forum Theater. (Robert McGraw/WOUB)

PHOTOS: OU Theater’s “The Penelopiad”


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The Ohio University Theater Division in the School of Dance, Film and Theater will present its second production of the 2015–2016 season, The Penelopiad by Margaret Atwood, Oct. 14-24 in The Forum Theater. Directed by Theater Division Associate Professor David Haugen, with movement and choreography by Madeleine Scott, professor emerita of Dance. In a daring… Read More

ADA25 Celebration Continues with Discussions, Workshops and Film Screening


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By Nichole Moorman The second week of the ADAD25 Celebration continues with a host of activities including panel discussions, a film screening, and a performance by the Dancing Wheels Company, sponsored by the President Advisory Council on Disability and Accessibility Planning (PACDAP) and the City Commission on Disabilities, as well as other various organizations.   On… Read More