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Alexander Spartans Crush Federal Hocking Lancers In Season Debut

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After turning the ball over a whopping 23 times, the Federal Hocking Lancers started their 2016 season with a 56-12 loss to a taller, tougher Alexander Spartans team. Although both teams are young and lack varsity experience, the Spartans proved to be the much more dominant team, especially in the paint. Senior Chace Harris showed… Read More

Ohio’s Certified Election Results

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A record number of Ohioans cast absentee ballots in November’s election while fewer people had to vote provisionally. That’s according to official presidential election results Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted certified Thursday. Husted reports turnout was 71.33 percent for the Nov. 8 election between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary… Read More

KY Firefighters Charged With Arson

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BROWNSVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Six people, including three one-time western Kentucky volunteer firefighters, have been indicted on charges related to several suspected arsons dating back to last year. News outlets report an Edmonson County grand jury indicted the suspects last week in connection with fires that occurred between November 2015 and October 2016. Twenty-year-old Wesley… Read More

Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Center Host Holiday Programming

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Since the early ‘90s, the Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Centre in Gallipolis has been serving Southeast Ohio’s performing arts community by providing a gorgeous, historic setting for live music and theater. This month, the Ariel is hosting a holiday-themed concert every Saturday of the month, kicking off tomorrow with their annual Ohio Valley Symphony… Read More

2016 Ohio Voters Cast Record Number Of Absentee Ballots

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A record number of Ohioans cast absentee ballots in November’s election while fewer people had to vote provisionally. That’s according to official presidential election results Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted certified Thursday. Husted reports turnout was 71.33 percent for the Nov. 8 election between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary… Read More