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Despite shooting 50 percent from behind the arc in the first half, the Ohio Bobcats fell to the Clemson Tigers 81-76 in their first game of the Charleston Classic Thursday night. The short-staffed Bobcats couldn’t keep up with Clemson as the Tigers used their size to score in the paint and draw fouls to get… Read More
Athens, OH – The Ohio women’s basketball team (2-0) said, “class dismissed” to Notre Dame College (1-2) with a 93-37 victory on Ohio’s annual Education Day Thursday morning at the Convocation Center. For a team who was supposed to have team growing pains with the amount of turnover they lost in the offseason, the Bobcats’… Read More
The GOP measure would sharply reduce corporate tax rates and double the standard deduction many individuals take. Senate Republicans have their own bill, which could pass a committee vote on Friday.
Seniors in the Ohio University nursing program are organizing a gala to bring light to the community’s struggle with the opioid crisis. The Purple Gala will be a night of education, discussion, and dinner as the community learns about how they can help with the opioid crisis. The Purple Gala team lead and senior nursing… Read More
The Minnesota Democrat put out a statement apologizing for the 2006 incident, in which he’s accused of forcibly kissing a woman while on a USO tour and later groping her while she was sleeping.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state highway patrol says crashes and fatalities jumped after Ohio adopted a 70 mph speed limit on many roads and highways. A patrol report released Thursday found a 24 percent increase in crashes on 70 mph roads, including 22 percent more fatal and injury crashes. The patrol examined crash data… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A group of teachers, public employees and retirees in West Virginia is objecting to proposed health insurance benefits cuts. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the group expressed its concerns Wednesday evening to the Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board at the last of five public hearings on the latest proposed cuts. The… Read More
The Dairy Barn Arts Center has been servicing Southeast Ohio for years, providing a haven for both fiber and, more recently, ceramic art. In mid-October, the Dairy Barn announced the finalization of their Harriot Jacoby Anderson Fiber Arts Studio, a part of their extensive remodeling that has unfolded over the past couple of years. Although… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Experts say Ohio’s failure to execute a condemned killer despite multiple claims the inmate’s veins were accessible will lead to new challenges in the state’s lethal injection process. Case Western Reserve University law professor Mike Benza says each new problem adds to the question of whether Ohio is violating the constitutional… Read More
Perhaps Greg Ashley’s most recent album, Pictures of Saint Paul Street, isn’t exactly a glowing review of an existence within the reality we share — but that doesn’t mean it isn’t honest. And, after watching him perform live, solo, on the stage of the Union, it’s clear that if there is anything that Ashley is particularly… Read More