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ESPN’s Tom Farrey to serve as keynote at OHIO’s 2016 Coaching Symposium


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The 2016 Coaching Symposium, featuring award-winning ESPN journalist and youth sports expert Tom Farrey, will be held Saturday, April 2, on Ohio University’s Athens Campus. Presented by the Ohio University Coaching Education Club, the symposium is open to coaches, athletes, parents and anyone interested in learning more about coaching. The event will be held from… Read More

West Virginia Lawmakers OK Drug-Testing Welfare Recipients

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A proposal to drug-test some West Virginia welfare applicants could soon head to Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. The House voted 91-8 Wednesday for the three-year statewide drug-testing pilot program for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Program applicants. Senators previously passed it, and would need at least another vote before sending it… Read More

Romanchik, Laney Named Alternates for NCAA Tournament

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Freshman Shakur Laney and senior Andrew Romanchik were announced as alternates in the NCAA Wrestling Championship Wednesday. The two additions give Ohio wrestling a program record seven wrestlers who qualified for the national tournament. Laney and Romanchik join freshman Cameron Kelly, Austin Reese, and seniors Spartak Chino, Cody Walters and Phil Wellington. Romanchik will be… Read More

WV Health Officials Investigating if Lawmakers Got Sick After Drinking Raw Milk

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia health officials are investigating whether lawmakers and others became ill from drinking raw milk at the Capitol shortly after passing a law loosening restrictions on drinking it. So far, state and county health officials say they haven’t received reports of raw-milk-related illnesses. Raw milk may contain dangerous bacteria, including… Read More