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Eastern Lady Eagles Soar Despite Injuries Against South Gallia Lady Rebels

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The Lady Eastern Eagles took put their three game winning streak on the line tonight against the South Gallia Rebels at home without their star player Madison Williams. However, starting with a short bench of only seven players the Lady Eagles were unfazed by the challenge. Every single player made their mark on the stat… Read More

Athens Earns Second Win in Commanding Fashion Over Wellston

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The Athens Lady Bulldogs notched their second win of the season when the Wellston Lady Golden Rockets visited Athens. The Lady Bulldogs dominated the game, cruising to a 59-41 win. Athens quickly got out to a 10-0 lead to start the first quarter behind the offensive prowess of Olive Harter and Laura Manderick, who both… Read More

Meigs Lady Marauders Get Doubled Up By Alexander Lady Spartans

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The Meigs Marauders went into Thursday’s match up against the Alexander Spartans looking to make it two straight wins after defeating Belpre Tuesday night. Things didn’t go as planned though, as the Spartans jumped on Meigs early and never let up leading wire to wire, en route to a 55-24 victory. Alexander jumped out to… Read More

Aquabear Legion Kickstarts Fundraising Campaign for ‘Volume 6’

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For 13 years, Aquabear Legion has been bringing together Ohio-based artists to craft diverse, highly listenable and always visually gorgeous music compilations. This year the collective will release their twelfth work, Volume 6, after the conclusion of an Indiegogo $7,000 fundraising effort that will cover the entirety of the costs of the group’s second double… Read More

200,000 W. Va Residents Would Lose Mental Health, Addiction Access With Federal Repeal

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Health care advocates say new data analyses show that repealing the federal Affordable Care Act without a replacement would cut insurance coverage for more than 200,000 West Virginians with mental illness or addictions. According to an Urban Institute analysis, 184,000 West Virginians would lose health coverage. The Kaiser Family Foundation says… Read More