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Eastern Tops Warren Despite Faltering

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The Eastern Lady Eagles began their home opener strong powerful offensively, defeating Warren 53-44. The Lady Eagles dominated the court, pushing themselves and the Lady Warriors to the limit. While down, Warren started to pick up a fast offense that Eastern couldn’t keep up with. As the second half started, Warren’s pace increased and Eastern… Read More

Lady Marauders Run Over Southern

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The Lady Marauders of Meigs battled the Southern Lady Tornadoes to a 49-34 victory Thursday night. The Lady Marauders started off strong offensively making three consecutive shots to begin the game. Offense slowed, though, and the first quarter ended with Meigs ahead 9-6. Meigs sophomore Kassidy Betzing sparked a shooting spree in the second quarter… Read More

Trimble Falls to Wellston in Season Opener

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The game between the Trimble Lady Tomcats and the Wellston Lady Golden Rockets was one plagued with turnovers caused by superb defense by both squads, but the Lady Golden Rockets pulled out a 46-37 victory. Trimble was led by strong defense from a number of players, specifically Emily Ward and Kaitlyn Spears who both had… Read More

Virtual reality: An Emerging Game Changer in Healthcare


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The Scripps College of Communication Immersive Media Initiative (IMI) collaborated with academics and healthcare experts at Ohio University, Northern Arizona University, and OhioHealth, to create a virtual emergency room for teaching medical students. The experience was created by a virtual reality team from Ohio University’s Immersive Media Initiative at the OhioHealth Grant Medical Center in… Read More

Gingerbread Competition Brings Sweet Cheer to Uptown Athens

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Since 2013, the Uptown for the Holidays Gingerbread House Display and Competition has been bringing sweet-tooth satisfying holiday cheer to the windows of Court Street businesses. The call for entries kicked off in early October, with categories for professional and non-professional bakers, kids, teens and groups. Last night marked the judging for the 2016 competition,… Read More

Cleveland Area Logs Dozens More Overdose Deaths From October

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CLEVELAND (AP) – The Cleveland-area medical examiner says heroin and fentanyl overdoses killed at least 42 people in his county in October. An additional 16 deaths are suspected opiate overdoses. Cleveland.com reports that if testing confirms those 16, it would be CuyahogaCounty’s highest monthly total of overdose deaths to date. The current record is from… Read More