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Spartans Force 21 Turnovers In Dominant Win over Nelsonville-York

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One play showed the way the night went for the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes and it wasn’t even a basketball play. Ethan Boyher grabbed the ball after a foul was called on his team and slammed it between his hands, letting out some frustrations during a game that saw N-Y fall to the Alexander Spartans 64-48. It… Read More

PHOTOS: Opening Reception of ‘OH+5’ at the Dairy Barn Arts Center

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The eleventh edition of OH+5: Ohio Border Exhibition at the Dairy Barns Arts Center opened with a reception on Friday, January 19, 2018. The exhibition features the work of over 40 artists from Ohio and it’s bordering states: Kentucky, West Virginia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Indiana in a multitude of mediums, from interactive videos to statues made of cardboard… Read More

Trump’s First Year Leaves Obamacare on Life Support in Ohio Valley

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Remember the American Health Care Act, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, or the Obamacare Repeal and Reconciliation Act? They were among the many Congressional proposals to end the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. If 2017 was the year of endless Obamacare debates, 2018 could be the year when we see the effects on… Read More

First-Ever National Vote to Choose “America’s Best-Loved Book”


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Groundbreaking, Multi-Platform Series From Nutopia to Launch on May 22 With Two-Hour Event; Culminates This Fall in the First-Ever National Vote to Choose “America’s Best-Loved Book” PASADENA, CA; January 16, 2018 – Today at the Television Critics Association Press Tour, PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger announced key authors, celebrities and notable figures in the… Read More

A Federal Shutdown’s Impact On Southeast Ohio

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Very few effects, if any, are expected in Southeast Ohio if the federal government experiences a shutdown because negotiations stall in Congress. While there are 50,000 federal employees in Ohio only those considered “non-essential personnel” could be furloughed.  “Essential” workers would remain on the job – but some wouldn’t get paid. Federal judges, Mail carriers,… Read More

The Work That Won’t Get Done During Federal Shutdown

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Thousands of intelligence agency employees would be furloughed even as tension over North Korea’s nuclear program remains high. Important biomedical and public health research would be interrupted and possibly damaged. Military veterans would watch helplessly as the processing of their disability claims came to a halt. Although the government won’t actually close… Read More

The classified section of a newspaper. Someone has circled some job postings with a red marker.

Ohio Unemployment Drops in December

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State officials say Ohio’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.7 percent in December but remained higher than the national rate. The state unemployment rate decreased from 4.8 percent in November and was lower than the 5 percent rate of December 2016. The national rate was 4.1 percent in December, unchanged from November,… Read More

Megan Ball Reaches 1,000 Career Points As Waterford Dominates Federal Hocking

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The Lady Wildcats beat the Lady Lancers for the second time this season with a final score of 55-23. However, the win was not the most exciting moment of the night. Megan Ball hit her thousandth career point with 30 seconds left in the first half. The crowd collectively stood up and clapped as her… Read More

Bentley Sisters Propel Lady Vikings To Blowout Win over Athens

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If you come at the Vinton County Lady Vikings you better come correct. Athens found that out the hard way when its 32 turnovers got itself ran out of its own gym by a hungry, merciless Vinton County squad. The Lady Vikings’ (12-0) 92-29 drubbing of the Lady Bulldogs (2-13) Thursday night could be a… Read More