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Climate Bill of Rights to be the Focus of Lecture, Discussion and Documentary


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A “Climate Double Feature” will be held Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 at 5 p.m. in the Computer Services Center 121B on the Ohio University campus. Merrily Mazza, a city council member from Lafayette Colorado, will talk about how she successfully passed Colorado’s first Climate Bill of Rights in her community. It secures the right to… Read More

Economic Roadmap For West Virginia Pushed

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – State university and commerce officials say collaboration among business, government and academia are needed to revitalize West Virginia’s economy while releasing more details about their joint roadmap for progress. First unveiled a month ago at a statewide business conference, West Virginia University, Marshall University and the Commerce Department say the next… Read More

More Ky. Students Graduate As Achievement Gaps Persist

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – More Kentucky students graduated from high school and earned qualifying scores on Advanced Placement tests according to newly released state assessment data. Overall achievement increased slightly for elementary and middle school students but was down slightly for high school students. Kentucky’s four-year graduation rate rose to 89.8 percent from 88.6 percent… Read More