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Advocacy Group: Sunday Hunting Could Benefit W. Va.

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A representative of a national sportsmen’s advocacy group told West Virginia lawmakers that allowing hunting on Sundays could create thousands of new jobs and spur millions in spending. News outlets report Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Coordinator John Culclasure appeared Tuesday before the Joint Commission on Economic Development to urge lawmakers to pass… Read More

OU Marching 110 Appears in Video for Dreamworks’ “Trolls”

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A box appeared in downtown Cleveland and out came the Marching 110 dressed in colorful wigs. Ohio University’s Marching 110 got down to Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” the theme song for the new Dreamworks Animation “Trolls.” According to the Athens Messenger, “The Most Exciting Band in the Land” was joined by professional dancers… Read More

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Freedom Industries Exec Wants Class-Action Lawsuit Settlement

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The executive in charge during a water-tainting chemical spill in 2014 wants a judge to approve his class-action lawsuit settlement. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports that on Tuesday, ex-Freedom Industries official Gary Southern asked U.S. District Judge John Copenhaver in Charleston to approve his settlement. Under the agreement, Southern would pay $350,000 to… Read More

Pharmacists Offer Ohio Seniors Drug Advice To Prevent Falls

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Thirty-six local pharmacies around Ohio are offering free consultations to seniors on their prescription drug regimens to help prevent falls. STEADY U Ohio and the Ohio Older Adult Falls Prevention Coalition are partnering to offer the no-cost screenings to mark Thursday’s National Falls Prevention Awareness Day. Participating pharmacies may offer the… Read More

Chemical Spill Exec Urges Settlement Approval In Lawsuit

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The executive in charge during a water-tainting chemical spill in 2014 wants a judge to approve his class-action lawsuit settlement. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports that on Tuesday, ex-Freedom Industries official Gary Southern asked U.S. District Judge John Copenhaver in Charleston to approve his settlement. Under the agreement, Southern would pay $350,000… Read More