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Nelsonville-York Hopes to Keep Ball Rolling Against Logan

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Friday marks the 32nd meeting between Nelsonville-York (2-2, 1-0) and Logan (0-4, 0-0) in the “Battle of 33.” The Chieftains dominated the Buckeyes last season 41-28. Logan leads the series 24-7. However the lopsided recorded isn’t hampering Nelsonville-York’s excitement about the game. “Logan’s record is a bit deceiving this year,” Nelsonville-York head coach Rusty Richards… Read More

Meigs, River Valley Set to Battle For First TVC-Ohio Win

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The River Valley Raiders (3-1,0-1) come into Friday looking for their first win in three seasons to the Meigs Marauders in Pomeroy on Friday. The Raiders lost all hopes of staying undefeated when Nelsonville-York produced 509 total offensive yards and handed them their first lost of the season last Friday winning 46-6. Quarterback Patrick Brown… Read More

Lake Erie

Great Lakes Protections To Be Outlined By Presidential Campaigns

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SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) – Representatives of the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump campaigns are scheduled to outline their plans for protecting the Great Lakes during a regional forum. The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition is hosting the event Thursday in Sandusky, Ohio. Speaking for the Trump presidential campaign will be Mike Budzik, former chief of… Read More

Two Ohioans Charged In Heroin, Carfentanil Cases

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CINCINNATI (AP) – A federal grand jury has indicted two Ohioans on charges of distributing heroin laced with carfentanil, a substance used to tranquilize large animals that authorities say is 10,000 times more powerful than morphine. Federal, state and local officials said the seven-count indictment announced Wednesday alleges 31-year-old Phillip Watkins and 26-year-old Jeanetta Crawford… Read More

West Virginia Flooding

5 West Virginia Counties Stay Under Flood State Of Emergency

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is extending a state of emergency for five West Virginia counties devastated by floods in June. Tomblin announced the extension until Oct. 21 for Clay, Greenbrier, Kanawha, Nicholas and Webster counties to ensure that state resources are provided to rebuild homes, businesses and communities. That includes demolition… Read More

Miami University

Another Fraternity Suspended For Hazing At Ohio’s Miami U

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OXFORD, Ohio (AP) – Miami University in Ohio has suspended another fraternity after investigating allegations of hazing. School officials say the Zeta Beta Tau fraternity is suspended through May 2018. The school had suspended two other fraternities earlier this year for hazing and alcohol-related violations. At least nine such organizations at the Oxford campus are… Read More