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Restricted Right: Ohio Valley Women Face Abortion Barriers

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A small gaggle of reporters points their microphones at reproductive rights activist Marcie Crim as she bluntly decries  the shrinking access to abortion in the region. Crim stands just a few feet from the open door of the office of Governor Matt Bevin near the Capitol rotunda. Crim and Bevin may be physically close in… Read More

New Florida Blues Band to Kick Off SEO History Center’s Spirits and Soul Series

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Music has long been at the heart of Appalachian culture, dating well beyond the invention of Spotify, iTunes, the CD or even the phonograph. The Southeast Ohio History Center, keeping in line with its mission to “preserve and share Southeast Ohio’s unique cultural and natural heritage,” is planning to kick off their Spirits and Soul… Read More

W. Va. Revenue Ahead Of Last Year

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – State officials say West Virginia’s overall general revenue fund collections through the first half of the fiscal year are nearly $106 million ahead of last year. The state Department of Revenue said Thursday that general revenue fund collections of more than $1.9 billion were $2.7 million above estimates. Revenue Secretary Dave… Read More