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Lady Spartans Fall To The Lady Warriors In Final Seconds

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The Alexander Lady Spartans played the Warren Lady Warriors in this rescheduled game despite another school closing. The Lady Spartans were defeated by the Lady Warriors in the final seconds of this nail biter with a final score of 46-49. In the first quarter, the Lady Spartans could not get their shots to drop when… Read More

Bill Would Require Clinics to Bury or Cremate Fetal Remains

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Republic-controlled state Senate has approved a bill along party lines that would require Ohio abortion clinics to either bury or cremate fetal remains. The Columbus Dispatch reports the legislation sponsored by Republican Sen. Joe Uecker, of Miami Township, would make violations of the law a first-degree misdemeanor. Uecker says he… Read More

‘Different Volks for Different Folks’: speaking with Guitarist Jim Volk

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“You know, they say different strokes for different Volks,” said Columbus-based guitarist and acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Jim Volk during an interview with WOUB Public Media, just a few days before he’s scheduled to perform an intimate set at Athens Uncorked. “Some people want consistency, the tried and true, but if that’s what they want – I’m… Read More

Episode 020 : Journalist, John McCaslin


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Journalist John McCaslin covered the White House and Congress for three decades, as a syndicated columnist, top radio host, and prominent TV news show personality. Noting John’s knack for uncovering political shenanigans, ABC’s George Stephanopoulos declared: “John McCaslin knows everything you always wanted to know about Washington but were afraid to ask.” On this Jazzed… Read More

Trump Brought Attention But Little Money To Counter Opioid Crisis


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Donald Trump told supporters on the campaign trail his plan to combat the opioid crisis. It included stopping the flow of drugs into the country, increase the penalties for drug trafficking, and make treatment more accessible. “We will give people struggling with addiction access to the help they need,” then-candidate Trump said. In the first year of… Read More