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Matthew Cornish to Publish Book on Contemporary German Theater


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A contemporary German theater movement, the free-scene in Berlin is electrically alive, yet little known to Americans. Matthew Cornish aims to shed light on free-scene performances, created by groups of theater artists who collectively tackle the silly and the serious in partially planned, partially improvised performances. Cornish, assistant professor of theater history, recently received a… Read More

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West Virginia House Amends Bill Over Global Warming Doubt

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Amid doubts of global warming, West Virginia lawmakers look to delay new science educational standards. The GOP-led House approved the amendment blocking science standards Thursday. The bill requires experts chosen by legislative leadership to suggest changes to English and math standards to take effect by the 2017-18 school year. It’s up… Read More

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Southern Ohio Drug Task Force Bust

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Emily S. Anderson of Wheelersburg, Ohio is facing multiple drug charges after authorities arrested her in her home on Wednesday, February 24, 2016. According to a press release from Scioto County Sheriff Marty V. Donini and Portsmouth Police Chief Robert Ware, detectives from the Southern Ohio Drug Task Force seized fifteen grams of heroin, twenty seven grams… Read More

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Ohio Food Plant Sickness Tally Released


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SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP) — Health officials say more than a dozen people have become sickened by a listeriosis outbreak connected to a Dole processing plant in southwest Ohio. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday that three more people have fallen ill, including two from Ohio and one from Missouri. Eighteen people in… Read More