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Fourth Quarter Collapse Troubles Federal Hocking

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A fourth quarter collapse and senior guard A.J. Cobb fouling out allowed the St. Joe Flyers to comeback and defeat Federal Hocking 63-50. Federal Hocking held the lead for the first three quarters, but failed to finish strong. The Lancers flew out of the second half gate scoring six straight points to extend their lead to 13, but… Read More

Former Supreme Court Judicial Fellow Tom Hodson Talks About Impact of Justice Scalia’s Death


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WOUB Director and General Manager Tom Hodson speaks with WATH/WXTQ about the impact of the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Hodson served as a Judicial Fellow in the administrative office of Chief Justice William Rehnquist, which was the first year Justice Scalia served on the court (86-87). Hodson resigned his position as Athens… Read More

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Portman: Supreme Court Pick Should Be Made After Election

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, of Ohio, has joined fellow Republicans who say a new member of the U.S. Supreme Court shouldn’t be chosen until after the presidential election. Justice Antonin Scalia’s unexpected death raises the question of whether President Barack Obama should nominate a replacement and the Republican-led Senate should confirm… Read More

Ohio Records: Notification About Tainted Water Took Too Long

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Records show the water system serving Sebring in northeast Ohio isn’t the only one that failed to notify people about lead-tainted drinking water within prescribed timeframes after testing. The Columbus Dispatch reports Ohio Environmental Protection Agency records show 10 of the 14 systems that had advisories for lead contamination in effect… Read More