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Poll: Hillary Clinton Up 9 Points In Ohio If Election Were Held Today

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COLUMBUS, OH — A new poll of Ohio voters reveals a lot of things about their attitudes toward the presidential candidates. A lot of the same sentiments were reflected among the voters who were among the first to show up for early voting Wednesday morning. The Baldwin Wallace poll included the horse-race question: Hillary Clinton… Read More

Noted Environmental Scientist Keynotes Ohio’s Innovative Environmental Monitoring Technology Symposium


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Dr. Margaret Palmer, the director of the National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center in Maryland, will visit Ohio University on Monday, October 17 to deliver the keynote address to the first Innovative Environmental Monitoring Technology Symposium. The address will be at 6 p.m. in Schoonover 450 and it is open to the public and free. The Symposium… Read More

School Hopes Program Transforms Health Care In Mountains

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HAZARD, Ky. (AP) – An eastern Kentucky community college is embracing the advances of telemedicine, a technology that allows health care professionals to see their patients from miles away. WYMT-TV reports that the Hazard Community and Technical College will in January begin offering a telemedicine technician assistant program. Program Director Shaun Neace says the concept… Read More