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Coal Country Tech Job Program Heads For New Round

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Last summer Melissa Anderson was unemployed and trying to keep her Pike County, Kentucky, home from falling into foreclosure. “I built it,” she said. “And, you know, for me to lose that home would have been devastating.” Anderson was among more than 800 people who applied for a little more than 50 trainee positions with TechHire… Read More

Fun Barn Robber Convicted

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ATHENS – A Logan man was convicted and sentenced on multiple counts involving a robbery at the Movies 10 in Nelsonville, according to officials. Dillon M. Deible, 20, was sentenced to five years in prison by Athens County Common Pleas Judge Patrick Lang on Tuesday. Three years of his sentence is mandatory. Deible was charged… Read More

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Non-Traditional College Students Often Face Hunger & Massive Debt for Degree


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When you think of college students you might think of affluent young people reveling in the joys of care-free campus life…But, that doesn’t describe all college students – especially many non-traditional students. They often are juggling families, jobs, mounting debt and hunger. Yes, hunger. Many go to regional campuses or community colleges. They are enduring… Read More