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‘Artists of the Winding Road’ at DACO Jan. 20 – April 15

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What does it mean to be an Appalachian artist? This is one of the primary questions explored by the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio’s first exhibition of 2018, entitled Artists of the Winding Road A-Z. The exhibition features the work of 12 regional artists, displaying talents as varied as oil painting to ceramics, and was co-curated… Read More

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Right-to-Work Law in Kentucky

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – In a legal victory for Kentucky’s Republican governor, a judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by organized labor leaders who challenged the state’s right-to-work law. Franklin County Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate rejected organized labor’s arguments that the 2017 law violates the state’s Constitution. The right-to-work law – which sailed through the… Read More

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Report: GOP’s Mary Taylor Denies Kasich Backing to GOP Group

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CINCINNATI (AP) – Ohio Lt. Gov. and gubernatorial candidate Mary Taylor has reportedly distanced herself from Gov. John Kasich with misleading statements during a recent endorsement interview before fellow Republicans. Kasich, a 2016 presidential candidate, remains a high-profile detractor of Republican President Donald Trump, which could influence GOP primary voters. Taylor told a gathering of… Read More

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6 Kentucky Communities To Receive Awards For Downtown Projects

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Communities around Kentucky are receiving awards for downtown development projects. The Kentucky Heritage Council says in a statement that the awards ceremony will honor six Kentucky Main Street Program communities for outstanding projects, programs and events that focus on economic vitality, organization, design and promotion as a strategy for downtown redevelopment…. Read More

Tornadoes Stave Off Fierce Trimble Rally

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Wednesday night’s matchup between the Trimble Tomcats and the Tornadoes of Southern High was nothing short of entertaining as the Tornadoes prevailed 75-65. Southern (7-5, 6-3 TVC-Hocking), celebrating its 100th season of boys basketball, kicked off the night by honoring past historic teams and welcoming players and coaches from the early and late 80s. Trimble… Read More