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Farmers Fond of Trump But Growing Nervous About Trade

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When President Trump spoke to the American Farm Bureau annual convention this month he focused on the regulatory rollbacks and tax cuts that motivated many farmers to help vote him into office. “We are doing a job for you,” Trump told an auditorium filled with farmers. “You’re seeing it like nobody else: regulation, death tax,… Read More

West Virginia Rejects Appalachian Power’s Tax Relief Request

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Public Works board has rejected Appalachian Power Co.’s tax relief request that said unusually mild weather hurt the company’s 2017 earnings. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the board unanimously approved recommended 2018 assessed values for property owned by utilities in West Virginia on Thursday. That approval effectively rejected Appalachian… Read More

A Look at Candidates Running for Ohio Governor in 2018

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The following is a look at the line-ups in the Republican and Democratic primaries whose winners will face off this fall for the chance to succeed term-limited Republican Gov. John Kasich. Candidates are listed alphabetically by party: REPUBLICAN PARTY: NAME: Mike DeWine AGE: 71 HOMETOWN: Cedarville, Greene County EXPERIENCE: Ohio Attorney General, 2011-present; U.S. Senate,… Read More

An Afternoon of Family Fun with Hot Peas ‘n’ Butter Jan. 27

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The Peoples Bank Theatre in Marietta will be hosting a deliciously fun afternoon of music Saturday, January 27 with children’s band Hot Peas ‘n’ Butter. Tickets range between $19-$66 and the show will begin at 3 p.m. Comprised of two New Yorkers and lifelong friends, Danny Lapidus and Francisco Cotto, Hot Peas ‘n’ Butter have… Read More