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Jessie Addis Scores One-Thousandth Career Point As Buckeyes Roll

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In Monday’s matchup, Nelsonville-York’s Jessie Addis became the first junior to score 1,000 points. The Lady Buckeyes had more than double the points as their rival the Lady Raiders as N-Y came out on top with a 52-25 victory. Junior Jessie Addis needed 26 points going into Monday’s matchup to reach this milestone, and did… Read More

World Hijab Day At Ohio University


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Why do women wear the hijab? A thin towel to cover their hair. And how does it feel? To answer these questions the Islamic Center organized an information stand in front of the Baker Building. During the World Hijab Day Muslims and non-Muslims were invited to wear the hijab and keep it for a whole… Read More

Ohio Legislation Would Ban, Criminalize ‘Sanctuary Cities’

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – City officials in Ohio would be prohibited from adopting “sanctuary cities” protections for immigrants in the country illegally and held criminally liable for any crimes committed by such immigrants under a proposal headed to Ohio’s legislature. A bill announced Monday would define and outlaw sanctuary jurisdictions and declare sanctuary policies contrary… Read More

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Sibs Weekend: BREAKOUT Room


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The 2017 Sibs Weekend BREAKOUT room consisted of multiple puzzles that families had to complete in order to ‘breakout’ of the room in 45 minutes by figuring out a password. The event was held in the Ping Recreational Center on Saturday,  February 4, 2017.

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Investors Want to Renovate Huntington Buildings for Retirees

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – A group of investors is hoping to beef up Huntington’s older population through renovating historic downtown buildings. The Herald-Dispatch reports a group called Retire Huntington wants to renovate several downtown buildings using tax credits for historic structures. The buildings could then be used to house hundreds of retirees. Retire Huntington was… Read More

Ohio to Open First Longer-Term Mental Illness Care Facility

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ATHENS, Ohio (AP) – A groundbreaking is planned this spring for the first residential rehabilitation center in Ohio to provider longer-term care for patients released from psychiatric hospitals. The $2 million Adam-Amanda Mental Health Rehabilitation Center in Athens will serve as a “step-down” facility for patients from Athens’ nearby state hospital, Appalachian Behavioral Healthcare. The… Read More

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Ohio To Open 1st Longer-Term Mental Illness Care Facility

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ATHENS, Ohio (AP) – A groundbreaking is planned this spring for the first residential rehabilitation center in Ohio to provider longer-term care for patients released from psychiatric hospitals. The $2 million Adam-Amanda Mental Health Rehabilitation Center in Athens will serve as a “step-down” facility for patients from Athens’ nearby state hospital, Appalachian Behavioral Healthcare. The… Read More