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The Waterford Lady Wildcats dominated the Belpre Lady Eagles on their senior night, taking the win by a score of 58-21. Both teams started off slowly, as Waterford only led 8-1 after the first quarter. But Ali Kern and Megan Ball turned up the gas in the second as they helped the Lady Wildcats outscore… Read More
The Lady Spartans collect another victory over the Lady Marauders with a final score of 49-36. Both teams ran a tough defense but it was the Lady Spartans that executed plays and got the win. Like we’ve seen in the past, the Lady Spartans had a slow start. Midway through quarter one, they got into… Read More
At least one local solar panel installation company is concerned customers won’t be able to afford their products. President Trump’s 30 percent tariff on solar cells raises the cost of Chinese-made solar panels, and companies are passing that increase to their customers. One company, Dovetail Wind & Solar, who controls installing, engineering and contracting, are… Read More
A man named as a second person of interest in affidavits from the early days of the police investigation into the Las Vegas shooting in October says Paddock bought ammunition from him and left.
Chris Reimer turned onto East State Street on his way back to his home in Columbus when he hit a pothole big enough to damage two of his wheels. “There was a big pothole and I tried to avoid it but there was another car on the left hand side of the road,” Reimer said…. Read More
A Human Rights Watch report raises questions about the legality of some investigative tactics federal, state and local police are allegedly using to mask sources of evidence in criminal cases.
The popular music of today can trace it’s past back to the earliest African American music in America. Take a journey of these musical roots on February 11 when The Ohio Valley Symphony’s Woodwind Quintet joined by the Washington Elementary C.A.T.S. Choir celebrates the music of African American composers. The 2:00 pm concert at the… Read More
History, being a narrative shaped largely in reverse by those in positions in power, has more than what one would consider a bit of a tendency to leave out important characters, especially if they are from any marginalized population. So it the case for Belgian black, female nurse, Augusta Chiwy. Chiwy was instrumental in the… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A group of female Democrats in the Ohio House says a veteran Republican lawmaker who has apologized for offensive remarks delivered during a staff member’s going-away party should resign. State Reps. Nickie Antonio, Teresa Fedor and Michele Lepore-Hagan told Republican House Speaker Clifford Rosenberger in a letter sent Thursday that Rep…. Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Legislature’s minority Democratic leaders say the state needs to raise pay for jail and prison guards, teachers and other public workers as priorities. Addressing the West Virginia Press Association, Sen. Tim Miley says the guards are a particular concern. In December, Gov. Jim Justice authorized using the National… Read More