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West Virginia Forestry Division’s Foliage Reports Canceled

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Officials say the layoffs of 37 West Virginia Division of Forestry workers have led to the cancellation of the division’s annual fall foliage reports. According to the Charleston Gazette-Mail (http://bit.ly/2ceEB0l ), West Virginia Department of Commerce marketing and communications director Chelsea Ruby says the forestry division does not have enough staff… Read More

Ohio Attorney General Opens His Historic Home to the Public

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CEDARVILLE, Ohio (AP) — The state attorney general is opening his personal residence to visitors as part of an Ohio history program. Republican Mike DeWine’s historic home is the former home of Civil War journalist and vice presidential candidate Whitelaw Reid. It’s located in Cedarville, about 60 miles southwest of Columbus. Reid ran with presidential… Read More

Sheridan Dominates John Glenn


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Friday’s Mid-Valley League game between the Sheridan Generals and John Glenn Little Muskies appeared to look like a promising, down-to-the-last-play finish. Sometimes, however, appearances can be deceiving as Sheridan beat John Glenn, 42-14. Sheridan was not always in control though. On Sheridan’s first drive, the Muskies forced a third-and-long. Dupler rolled to his left and… Read More