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The Federal Hocking Lancers may have trailed by double digits the entire evening, but they kept chipping away at the Alexander Spartans all night. Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough. The Spartans boy’s basketball team took down the Lancers on Tuesday night with a final score of 55 to 23. This matchup was the start of the… Read More
The special counsel’s office has reportedly subpoenaed the German financial giant for Trump family financial records. The president and his aides have warned those inquiries might cross a red line.
The move by the longtime Democratic congressman from Michigan came after top House Democrats and House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., had called on him to resign.
Under the Trump presidency, there’s been a dramatic shift in arrests of undocumented immigrants from the Southwest border to the interior of the nation.
Bruce Dalzell – The Parade Written for the release of “Growing Up In Athens”.
Amanpour on PBS, led by CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, will feature conversations about important global issues, joining a stable of trusted news and public affairs programs on public television PBS and WNET have announced that the acclaimed nightly global affairs interview program Amanpour will be presented on an interim basis to PBS stations nationwide. Amanpour on… Read More
NEW YORK (AP) — What do a former U.S. president, LeBron James and a guy who really, really likes chicken nuggets have in common? They all made the biggest splash on Twitter this year. Twitter on Tuesday released its top trending people and topics for 2017, ranging from sports to politics to Korean boy bands…. Read More
With more than 20 miles of pavement, weaving along the Hocking River and winding through the picturesque Wayne National Forest, many cycling enthusiasts take advantage of the famous Athens Bike Path that connects the city of Athens to Nelsonville, Ohio. But what about other tourist destinations in the city of Athens? The college town is… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – With hundreds of people expected at Tuesday’s holiday celebration at the West Virginia Capitol, police plan to detour some traffic starting in the afternoon. Gov. Jim Justice and First Lady Cathy Justice are hosting the annual gathering. The Joyful Night program is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Lincoln… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) – Republican Sandra O’Brien is mounting a repeat run for Ohio state treasurer 11 years after defeating an incumbent treasurer in her party’s primary and losing to Democrat Richard Cordray in the general election. O’Brien announced her intention to run again in an email to members of the Ohio GOP Central Committee. Cleveland.com… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State officials say hunters checked nearly 73,000 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s weeklong deer-gun hunting season. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says 72,814 deer were checked last week. Hunters last year checked more than 66,700 deer over the weeklong period. Hunters will have two more days of deer-gun season on Dec…. Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Two Republican lawmakers in Kentucky have filed a bill that would create a tip line to report legislative wrongdoing. Reps. Ken Fleming of Louisville and Kim Moser of Taylor Mill say the tip line would be run by the independent Legislative Ethics Commission. The commission has authority to investigate the complaints… Read More
DUNBAR, W.Va. (AP) – A state-sponsored surplus vehicle auction is set for this week in West Virginia. The West Virginia Purchasing Division says in a news release that about 45 vehicles will be auctioned off Wednesday at the State Agency for Surplus Property warehouse in Dunbar. Payments can be made by cash, check or major… Read More
The Waterford Lady Wildcats bounced back after a tough, yet close loss to the Parkersburg Lady Big Reds on Saturday December 2nd, 56-52. Tonight the Lady Wildcats defeated the Federal Hocking Lady lancers at their home court 64-31. The Lady Wildcats (1-1) have all returning players this season, with the exception of Jillian McCutcheon who… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio — The president of Ohio University has concerns about the GOP’s tax plan as the House and Senate prepare to reconcile the differences in their bills. Duane Nellis says both versions give him cause for concern as the head of an institute of higher education. But the House version in its current form… Read More
All you can ask for is to have the ball in your hands for a chance to tie the game. Entering the fourth quarter, the Scotties were in a familiar position. Trailing 21-19 against the number one seed Trotwood-Madison (15-0) the Scotties had the chance to come back for the third time this postseason, but… Read More