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Division II and III Football All-Ohio Teams Announced

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The 2017 Division VI and Division VII All-Ohio Teams as voted on by a statewide panel of media members: Division II Second Team Offense Branden Maughmer, Chillicothe Third Team Defense Jason Benson, Chillicothe Honorable Mention Simon Roderick, Chillicothe; Zach Bryans, Chillicothe; Connor Mathis, Chillicothe; Preston Yates, Logan Division III First Team Offense Andrew Newsom, Tri-Valley… Read More

Division IV and V Football All-Ohio Teams Announced

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The 2017 Division VI and Division VII All-Ohio Teams as voted on by a statewide panel of media members: Division IV Second Team Offense Justin Heacock, John Glenn Second Team Defense Lane Deal, Philo; Isaac Gill, Philo Third Team Defense Cameron Bryce, Unioto; Drew Rittenhouse, Zane Trace Honorable Mention Shane Bonner, John Glenn; Joseph Clifford,… Read More

Ex-Ohio State Great Widens Lawsuit Over Commercial Image Use

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A former Ohio State and NFL football star has asked a judge to let him expand his class-action lawsuit alleging improper use of ex-players’ images in marketing campaigns to include potentially thousands of former athletes nationwide. An updated federal complaint by ex-linebacker turned broadcaster Chris Spielman accuses talent management giant IMG… Read More

Episode 113 : Math and Science Teaching Challenges w/ Dr. Courtney Koestler


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Math and Science education poses challenges for teachers as they confront phobias, anxieties and perceived differential abilities among students. Dr. Courtney Koestler, Director of the OHIO Center for Equity in Math and Science in the Patton College of Education at Ohio University, discusses the political dimensions of math and science education as well as the… Read More

WVU Economist Estimates Opioid Epidemic Cost State $1B

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia University’s chief economist estimates the opioid epidemic has cost the state economy nearly $1 billion from deaths, lost or underperformed jobs and public resources. John Deskins, director of WVU’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research, says the estimate includes $322 million in productivity lost from fatalities, $316 million in… Read More