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Bartrum, Baer Propell Marauders To Season Sweep of Buckeyes

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The Nelsonville-York Buckeyes had their chance at revenge against the Meigs Marauders Wednesday night, but were unable to come out on top once again losing 65-53. Meigs Coach Ed Fry mentioned how they were lucky to have a game last night to prepare for this matchup, whereas N-Y did not get that chance. The Marauders… Read More

2nd Annual Haden DeRoberts Memorial Rumpus Set for Feb. 3

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On December 4, 2016 former OU student Haden DeRoberts died tragically from leukemia. During his five-year battle with the disease, Haden fought tirelessly to raise awareness for bone marrow registration while cultivating and supporting the Athens local music scene. On Saturday, February 3 there will be a celebration for Haden at Woodlands Tavern in Columbus,… Read More

Feds Deny Poultry Industry Request To Increase Work Speed

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture has denied a petition by the National Chicken Council to remove the speed limit on work at some slaughterhouses, a move that food safety advocates are calling a victory for workers and consumers. As the Ohio Valley ReSource reported in October, the National Chicken Council proposal could have increased the line speed for some workers in processing… Read More

Trump Takes Enforcement Approach To Opioid Crisis

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President Donald Trump addressed the opioid crisis affecting the Ohio Valley region in his first State of the Union address Tuesday night. “We must get much tougher on drug dealers and pushers if we are going to succeed in stopping this scourge,” he said. “My administration is committed to fighting the drug epidemic and helping… Read More