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Ohio Amendments on Community Rights Clear Ballot Board

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Two proposed ballot issues that supporters say would restore Ohio communities’ rights to challenge corporate incursions have been cleared for signature-gathering. The Ohio Ballot Board certified the Ohio Community Rights Amendment and a companion measure extending initiative and referendum rights to counties and townships on Tuesday, each as a single issue…. Read More

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West Virginia Hunters Kill 44,455 Bucks In Firearm Season

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SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia wildlife officials say hunters killed 44,455 bucks during the state’s two-week firearm season that ended Saturday. The Division of Natural Resources says data from the electronic game checking system shows hunters approached the total of 46,071 bucks taken last year. Wildlife Resources Section Chief Paul Johansen says there… Read More

“Good All Over” – a New PBS Docuseries Bringing You Stories of Helping Others


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“Philanthropologist” is a word created by two filmmakers Craig Martin and Earl Bridges. It is a combination of “philanthropist” and “anthropologist.” It also describes what these two filmmakers do. They share stories from around the globe of those sacrificing to serve others. Martin and Bridges are philanthropologists with cameras and microphones. They travel the world… Read More

Gallia Academy’s High Powered Offenses Rolls Past Meigs

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Injury’s proved detrimental tonight for the Marauders as fall to Gallia Academy 59-37 The Marauders held it close till the second half when the Blue Devils broke it open by forcing turnovers in the backcourt with their full-court press. This shocked Coach Frye, who believed Gallia Academy (2-0) was going to press in the first… Read More

OU Students Generate Solutions to Opioid Crisis at “Ideathon”

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ATHENS, Ohio — A group of Ohio University students came together Monday to propose ideas to help combat the state’s opioid crisis. The “Ohioans Over Opioids Ideathon” allowed students to learn more about the fight against substance use disorders and then brainstorm ideas to make a submission to Governor John Kasich’s Opioid Technology Challenge. The… Read More