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Cozart, Lutz Lead Bulldogs against Buckeyes

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The Athens Bulldogs (6-6, 4-2) have reached the .500 mark for the first time this season after defeating the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (3-8, 1-4) 71-47. Athens dominated the game from the tip-off to the final buzzer, winning each quarter by at least four points. Nine players scored for the Bulldogs, which pleased Coach Jeff Skinner to… Read More

Waterford Ranks First in AP Ohio Girls Basketball State Poll

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The Waterford Lady Wildcats (13-0) were named the top team in Division IV in the AP Ohio Girls Basketball State Poll. The Lady Wildcats have begun their season with twelve straight victories, with their last loss coming in the state championship last season. Surprisingly, Waterford did not receive the most first-place votes; that honor went… Read More

Trimble Ranks Ninth in AP Ohio Boys Basketball State Polls

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The first AP Ohio Boys Basketball State Polls were released on Tuesday.  The polls feature the Trimble Tomcats at ninth for Division IV. Following a season where the Tomcats finished the regular season with a perfect 22-0 record, Trimble is 9-1 at the time of the poll’s release. Head coach Howie Caldwell’s squad is returning… Read More

Pro-“Sensible Gun Law” Protesters Hold Rally


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WASHINGTON – Protesters from the group We The People For Sensible Gun Laws rallied Monday, demanding the ban of assault weapons in favor of gun regulations announced by President Barack Obama. Some protesters had personal reasons why they want guns banned from this country. “I protest every Monday for my nephew,” said David Colbert, a member of the group. Two… Read More

Bevin Notifies Feds of Plan to Dismantle Health Exchange

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has notified federal authorities he plans to dismantle the state’s health insurance exchange. Bevin campaigned on a pledge to get rid of the exchange, known as kynect. It was authorized by an executive order from his predecessor, Democrat Steve Beshear. The Courier-Journal reported Monday that Bevin’s… Read More

Lady Marauders Stay on Winning Streak

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After a close second half, Meigs pulled away from River Valley, defeating its conference rivals by a confident 56-40. The win is a massive improvement from the Lady Marauder’s last match up against the Lady Raiders, which ended in a 57-28 loss. Ten different Lady Marauders contributed to the final score of the game, including back-to-back… Read More