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The Waterford Wildcats defeated the Miller Falcons 58-55 in an electric game where the outcome was not decided until the final seconds. The Wildcats found themselves down by eight points entering the final quarter of play, and would not take the lead until the final two minutes of the game. Waterford relied on an aggressive… Read More
The Federal Hocking Lancers came out hot from the first tip tonight at home in McInturf Gymnasium, but they were upset by the lights out play of Braxton Hardy and the South Gallia Rebels (3-9, 2-6 TVC-Hocking) tonight 51-46. The Lancers (2-10, 2-7 TVC-Hocking) scored early and often in the first quarter, led by the… Read More
Nelsonville-York led for nearly the entire game but were unable to hang on in the final minutes. Despite having several chances to tie or take the lead, the Buckeyes (5-8, 1-6 TVC-Ohio) were unable to execute a play and dropped a gut-wrenching 62-57 decision to the Meigs Marauders (4-10, 2-5) Tuesday night at home. The teams… Read More
The Ohio Bobcats had their chances. Five to be exact. And they could not take advantage. The Ohio Bobcats fell to the Akron Zips 71-68, inside James A. Rhodes Arena on Tuesday night. Ohio had five chances to take the lead and could not do it all five times. Down 42-41 with 14:55 left in… Read More
Another five people were also injured in the attack, which authorities say was undertaken by a 15-year-old student Tuesday. Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says both of those killed were also 15.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A legislative committee in West Virginia has narrowly voted to advance legislation that would establish a 20-hour weekly work requirement for many food stamp recipients. The bill, approved 12-10 by the House Health and Human Resources Committee on Tuesday, would apply to people ages 18 to 49 who aren’t disabled, have… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Schools in one West Virginia county are getting outfitted with carbon monoxide detectors after a December leak unveiled a need. News outlets report this comes after last year’s leak at an elementary school when South Charleston Fire Chief Virgil White said 40 parts per million of carbon monoxide were detected in… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s agriculture commissioner has recommended the Legislature and Gov. Jim Justice kill a bill that would open state parks to logging. Commissioner Kent Leonhardt says the initiative to harvest trees within the parks system to fund park improvements is “poorly thought out.” He predicts a negative effect on visitors and… Read More
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has promised to bring up a bill to address DACA, border security and other issues, even if no consensus emerges before the next funding deadline, on Feb. 8.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The giant Ohio online charter school that abruptly closed mid-school-year says it’s fighting to reopen but has lost another round of its legal battle with the state over funding. The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow is challenging how Ohio tallied student participation to determine the publicly funded e-school was overpaid. Ohio already… Read More