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Philo Uses Offensive Dominance to Defeat John Glenn

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The Philo Electrics (4-1) dominated the John Glenn Little Muskies (1-4) 35-7 this Friday night. The stands were packed to watch the MVL matchup. John Glenn hoped to redeem themselves as it lost to Philo last year 14-10. The Electrics came in hot from the beginning and their offense was unstoppable all night. Philo’s offense is what… Read More

Fossil Feud: W.Va.’s Attorney General Defends Coal In National Spotlight


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The U.S. Appeals Court in Washington, D.C., hears arguments Tuesday, Sept. 27, in the case West Virginia v. EPA, challenging the federal Clean Power Plan. That’s the centerpiece of the Obama Administration’s attempt to address climate change by limiting CO2 emissions from power plants. The challengers include 27 state attorneys general. One in particular, West… Read More

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Three Arrested In Death Of 2-Year-Old

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Three people were arrested Thursday in Vinton County on charges ranging from murder to child endangering after a two-year-old child was hospitalized with major injuries, authorities say. Dustin T. Hutchison, Shannon Patterson and Dorothea Morrison were all arrested in connection with the incident, according to a press release by the Vinton County Sheriff’s Office. The… Read More

Agriculture Chief Touts Investments In Ohio College Visit

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WILMINGTON, Ohio (AP) – U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has highlighted the department’s investments in rural infrastructure projects with a visit to Wilmington College in southwest Ohio. Vilsack visited its Center for the Sciences and Agriculture, whose renovation was funded by a $19.7 million loan from the Agriculture Department’s Community Facilities Direct Loan Program. He… Read More