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Eastern Takes Over in Third Quarter over Federal Hocking

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After a weak first half performance, Alyson Bailey and the Eastern Lady Eagles (9-3, 7-2) were able to put together a strong third quarter and cruise to a 57-43 win over TVC foe, Federal Hocking (1-12, 1-8). In the third quarter alone, the Lady Eagles were able to double their halftime score and then some. They… Read More

Waterford Uses a First Half Push Over Trimble

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Trimble’s schedule this week featured the two top teams in the TVC-Hocking. The Lady Tomcats (6-7, 4-5) finished out their hardest part of their schedule with a loss to the Waterford Lady Wildcats (11-0, 9-0) 55-14. Waterford’s defense took control early. Only allowing four points in the first half, the Lady Wildcats forced the Tomcats… Read More

Puckett, Hale Lead Lady Vikings in Blowout

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The Vinton County Lady Vikings (11-3, 5-1) seized control of the Athens Lady Bulldogs (1-10, 1-5) during their 12-0 second quarter run. Following the quick surge of points, Vinton County cruised to a 64-33 victory in front of its home crowd. “I think our players loosened up a little bit in the second quarter,” Vinton County… Read More

Ohio Turns to Security Expert to Shield Lethal Drug Info

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Records show the state paid a security consultant $4,900 in its efforts to shield the names of people or companies providing lethal drugs to Ohio’s prisons system. The state says the risks identified by consultant Lawrence Cunningham justify keeping those names secret. Those risks include violence, intimidation, harassment, annoyance or oppression…. Read More

Prescription Drugs falling out of a sideways bottle

Backers of Drug-Price Proposal Sue Ohio’s Elections Chief

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Backers of an effort aimed at controlling prescription drug prices purchased by state agencies are suing Ohio’s elections chief over their petition signatures. Supporters, who include the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, say they’ve met the state’s requirements to force lawmakers to consider the Ohio Drug Price Relief Act. The proposed initiated statute… Read More