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September Brings Music, Comedy, and Film to Peoples Bank Theatre


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This September, the historic Peoples Bank Theatre in downtown Marietta celebrates the end of summer with songs from Broadway, welcomes Marietta College families with comedian and magician Michael Kent, and screens the 20th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival. On September 16 at 8 p.m., Peoples Bank Theatre presents “Broadway Songs of a Summer Night.” Mid-Ohio Valley singers Su Voycik-Meredith,… Read More

Strip Mining Science: Trump Administration Stops Mining Health Study

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The Perry County Public Library in Hazard, Kentucky, lies along Black Gold Boulevard — a name that nods to the wealth the coal from these hills has generated. On a recent Tuesday evening, however, the library was the venue for a hearing about the full costs of extracting that coal. A team from the National Academy… Read More

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Federal Agency OKs NEXUS Gas Pipeline

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CLEVELAND (AP) – A federal agency has approved the construction of a high-pressure natural gas pipeline that’s drawn intense opposition from some Ohio residents concerned about safety and property rights. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in Washington on Friday granted a partnership between Calgary, Alberta-based Enbridge and Detroit-based DTE Energy a certificate of public convenience… Read More

Civil War Reenactors To Meet Over Security Concerns


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ZOAR, Ohio (AP) – Representatives of an Ohio organization planning a Civil War reenactment say they’re meeting with police to discuss safety concerns about next month’s event after the deadly rally and protests in Charlottesville, Virginia. Members of the Zoar Community Association have been meeting with police in Bolivar, which provides police protection to the… Read More