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Spartan, Vikings Look to Battle it Out After Losses

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Both the Alexander Spartans and the Vinton County Vikings enter Friday night’s contest with identical 1-4 records. For the defending TVC-Ohio champion Spartans, their issue has been the inability to finish tough games, as well as their own challenging schedule. For the Vinton County Vikings, their issue has often been early mistakes that leads to falling behind… Read More

Political Arm Of Planned Parenthood Gets Out The Vote

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The political arm of Planned Parenthood is targeting Ohio as part of its largest education and get-out-the-vote effort ever. Planned Parenthood Votes says its Ohio campaign’s public launch Wednesday is part of an unprecedented, $30 million national effort to mobilize voters, particularly young and undecided Americans. The field campaign is data-driven…. Read More

Program Keeps Low-Level Offenders in Community, Not Prisons

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state has launched a program to allow low-level felony offenders to remain in their communities under supervision without going to prison. The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction announced Wednesday that Clinton County in southwestern Ohio is the program’s first recipient of a $200,000 grant. At issue are efforts ensure public… Read More

The Latest: Council President Confident About Police Probe

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The president of the Columbus, Ohio, city council says he’s confident the city’s police will conduct a thorough investigation of their recent fatal shootings of two black people. The families of 13-year-old Tyre King and 23-year-old Henry Green have renewed their requests for independent investigations into the police actions. The black community… Read More