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Richardson’s Solo Effort Runs Into Bentley Double Trouble

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Rachel Richardson tried to do it all for the Alexander Lady Spartans Thursday night.  The one thing she couldn’t do was win the game. Despite 24 points from Richardson, Alexander lost to the Vinton County Lady Vikings at the Alley, 39-32. One name, Bentley, was also the difference for the Lady Vikings. It just so… Read More

The Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes Show Frustration After Win Over The Wellston Lady Rockets.

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The Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes coach Bob Cassady summed up the game with one quick and simple statement: “It was ugly”. It was a physical matchup between these two teams, as bodies were hitting the floor all night long. Turnovers were plentiful for both sides thanks to physicality and tough defense. With fouls not really being… Read More

Report: Ohio IT Administrator Wrongly Solicited Sponsor Fee

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state watchdog says an Ohio technology administrator wrongly solicited a $37,000 sponsorship fee from a company that has received millions of dollars in state contracts. The Ohio Inspector General says Stuart Davis, the Department of Administrative Services chief information officer, requested the money from CGI Technologies and Solutions for a… Read More

Stuart’s Honors Donors with Special Grand Opening Dec. 6

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Stuart’s Opera House has changed many hands throughout it’s lengthy life — and it seems that after decades of reconstruction, unexpected and destructive fires, various personnel changes, and vigorous fundraising, the facility has finally come to fulfill it’s mission in ways that were formally unthinkable. Wednesday, December 6 marked the organization’s recognition of their many… Read More

“Poverty Tour” Brings United Nations Expert To Ohio Valley

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Law professor Philip Alston is a United Nations expert on extreme poverty. In his position as a U.N. Special Rapporteur  he reports on places where pervasive poverty and human rights issues intersect, places such as Haiti, south Asia and central Africa. His latest work, however, is taking him to parts of the U.S., including the Ohio Valley. “The United… Read More

GOP In Ohio’s 2nd Largest County Backs Gibbons For US Senate

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Republicans in Ohio’s second-largest county have backed a novice politician from Cleveland for U.S. Senate over two-term State Treasurer Josh Mandel. The Franklin County Republican Party endorsed investment banker Mike Gibbons in an 85-16 upset vote Wednesday. The campaign called it a major victory. The 65-year-old Gibbons is an investment banker… Read More

Pipeline awaits installation in a natural gas project.

West Virginia Weighs New Permit For Mountain Valley Pipeline

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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia environmental regulators have announced two public hearings on issuing a construction stormwater permit for the Mountain Valley Pipeline, which would carry natural gas down the center of the state. The pipeline would extend south for 195 miles (315 kilometers) in north-central West Virginia through 11 counties to the Virginia… Read More