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Eastern Lady Eagles Fly High Over Trimble Lady Tomcats

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The Eastern Lady Eagles traveled to Tomcat territory to take on Trimble in this TVC-Ohio matchup looking to bounce back after falling in two consecutive in-conference games. After an extremely slow and ugly start to the game, Eastern pulled away in the second half dominating the Trimble Lady Tomcats 65-31. After ending the first half… Read More

Meigs Lady Marauders Dominated By Alexander Lady Spartans

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The Meigs Lady Marauders (12-10) couldn’t knock down TVC-Ohio champions Alexander Lady Spartans (19-3) on Thursday, suffering a tough loss at home 71-28 on their senior night. Alexander’s offense was the highlight of the game, led by sophomore Rachel Richardson’s six three-pointers. Leah Richardson with 14 points and Kena Rice with 17 points also contributed… Read More

Nationwide “Academics United” Rally At Ohio University


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Students and faculty at Ohio University took part in the nationwide “Academics United” rally. The rally happened at more than 50 university campuses to show support for citizens of the seven countries affected by President Trump’s latest Executive Order, according to organizers. The rally began at noon at Baker Student Center. Protesters then made their way… Read More

Kasich Agrees With Trump On Sanctuary Cities

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Republican and Democratic state lawmakers are working up dueling bills on sanctuary cities – communities that say they’ll shield undocumented immigrants from prosecution based on their illegal status. When asked about that at a speech before newspaper executives and editors, Gov. John Kasich was firm on where he stands. “I think the president is right… Read More

Bill Would Let Nonrelatives Care for Foster Children in Kentucky

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – A committee has passed a bill that would allow state social workers to place children with adults who are not their blood relatives but have an “emotionally significant relationship” with the child. The House Health and Family Services Committee unanimously approved the bill on Thursday. While Kentucky law allows non-relatives to… Read More

The State of Ohio’s Controversial School Turn-Around Law

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Quality education. It’s what parents want for their kids. Education leaders and state lawmakers say they want the same. Still, many Ohio schools lag behind. In October of 2015, House Bill 70 passed amid controversy as an intervention for the state’s persistently failing schools. The two districts confronting the limits and effectiveness of the law… Read More

Panel in Kentucky OKs Bill Promoting Religious Expression in Schools

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – A Senate committee has approved a bill that would allow students to take part in religious activities at Kentucky’s public schools. Supporters say the measure would be a guide for school officials in allowing students to exercise their rights to religious expression. The measure cleared the Senate Veterans, Military Affairs and… Read More