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Chillicothe 27 @ Winton Woods 61 Tri-Valley 27 @ Marion-Franklin 18 Jackson 7 @ Independence 32 Unioto 0 @ Licking Valley 42 John Glenn 48 @ Bloom Carroll 21 Philo 31 @ St. Clairsville 13 Shadyside 0 @ Nelsonville-York 34 Catholic Central 40 @ Southeastern 44 Trimble 20 @ Lucas 19 Sciotoville 16 @ Waterford… Read More
Bergdahl, who walked off his military post in Afghanistan in 2009 and was held by the Taliban for five years, was dishonorably discharged and will lose his rank and forfeit his pay.
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit against the builders of a natural gas pipeline that stretches across the state and into West Virginia and Michigan. The lawsuit filed Friday says the builders of the Rover Pipeline have polluted Ohio’s wetlands and waterways. It also seeks to force the company to… Read More
Trump will commence the longest foreign trip of his tenure on Friday, focusing on North Korea’s nuclear threat and the U.S. trade deficit with China.
A medical marijuana growing operation is coming to Meigs County after Ohio Medical Marijuana Control Program officials announced a list of 11 smaller marijuana growers that were granted operation licenses on Friday. Agri-Med Ohio LLC will be operated by William Armstrong and Chris Campbell of Vienna, West Virginia. The proposed site for the operation is… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s public colleges and universities want more money, but Republican lawmakers say the best they can hope for is to break even. The Council on Postsecondary Education approved its two-year budget request on Friday, asking for an extra $160 million in state funding for Kentucky’s eight public universities and its network… Read More
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (AP) – Multiple warehouse facilities belonging to a group of companies that owned the West Virginia warehouse that burned for more than a week have been inspected. West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety spokesman Lawrence Messina told The Parkersburg News and Sentinel that the facilities owned by the Naik group… Read More
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky Farm Bureau says enrollment is open for next year’s Certified Roadside Farm Market program that helps connect farmers with consumers. The organization says the program began in 1996 as a way to help farmers market their fruits and vegetables directly from roadside markets. Since then, the Farm Bureau says the… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Several West Virginia municipalities are suing The Joint Commission, claiming the Chicago-based health care accreditation group downplayed the dangers of prescription painkillers and helped fuel addictions. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports that the cities of Charleston, Huntington and Kenova and the town of Ceredo filed the class-action lawsuit Thursday in Charleston. They… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio Supreme Court justice who has announced a Democratic bid for governor has recused himself from all future cases. The court issued a statement Friday that says Justice William O’Neill has filed “a blanket notice” of recusal. Questions about potential ethical conflicts arose after O’Neill formally announced his candidacy Sunday…. Read More
Lawmakers in the Ohio House are backing a plan to require identification photos on food stamp cards. The measure easily passed in the House Wednesday. Supporters of the bill say adding a photo ID will help eliminate fraud by people using food stamp cards for illegal cash exchanges. Critics say photos won’t help if stores… Read More