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With about 2 minutes left in the fourth quarter, Darian Radabaugh pulled up from behind the arc, the tenth time she had done so Thursday night. Her shot missed, as… Read More
The Alexander Lady Spartans let their nerves get to them in the final quarter of the District Semi-finals against the Minford Lady Falcons at Waverly High School where they lost… Read More
The FCC has formally published the order to undo net neutrality rules, starting the two-month countdown to the repeal going into effect. State attorneys general, advocacy groups are filing lawsuits.
NRA executive Wayne LaPierre gave a defiant speech about “elites” taking advantage of last week’s Florida shooting to foster socialism at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday.
Peeling paint, inadequate lighting, crumbling concrete and damp, dark rooms are not an attractive environment for artists wanting to use ARTS/West. The former church, purchased by the City of Athens in… Read More
Ethel Sefako Anyani-Boudum, a graduate student and teaching assistant at Ohio University from Ghana, Africa, speaks of her aspirations to receive a masters and Ph.D. abroad in order to go… Read More
The Colony Short Film Festival marks its 12th year of showcasing local and international short films in downtown Marietta, March 1–3 at the historic Peoples Bank Theatre. This year’s short… Read More
In the wake of school shootings in Kentucky and Florida, a rash of copycat school threats throughout the Ohio Valley left law enforcement and school officials grappling with how to… Read More
The Federal Hocking Lancers fell to the South Webster Jeeps, 51-27 at Meigs High School Wednesday night. The Lancers had a rough season managing only two wins all year. However,… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – The Kentucky House has voted to make the biggest changes to workers’ compensation in decades. The Republican-backed bill includes time limits on benefits for some injured… Read More
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – A group of researchers at West Virginia University plans to study how a brain implant could affect opioid cravings for people with substance use disorder. The… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Senate is advancing legislation that would delete a section of state regulations on water pollution by surface coal mining. The bill from the… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A candidate for state treasurer says the office should determine the impacts of prison privatization on Ohio taxpayers. In a Wednesday letter, Democrat Rob Richardson asked… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state auditor says Ohio should continue its medical marijuana program despite “multiple” flaws in selecting grower applicants. Republican Auditor David Yost says the program’s flaws… Read More
It’s always important to get off to a good start. It sets your team up for success throughout the game and serves as a confidence booster for the players and… Read More