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In a tight match up of four versus five, the Vinton County Vikings took on the Athens Bulldogs in an exhilarating match up at Logan High School for the section title, and what a game it was. These two teams met earlier in the season, splitting a win a piece. The first game Vinton County… Read More
Between 90 and 98 percent of the snow at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games is man-made, says Joe VanderKelen, president of the Michigan-based company that is supplying the snow machines.
Researchers have used radio transmissions to track the movement of fishing vessels and create stunning maps of fishing activity. The maps show that fishing covers most of the globe’s oceans.
“They’ll take away your Second Amendment,” the president said of Democrats at CPAC. Trump, like NRA leaders at the conference, framed gun rights as a major fight in the upcoming midterm elections.
The titans of Silicon Valley have a grand vision of the future. But they have a tendency to miss the downside of their inventions — think cybercrime and online harassment.
The virus is spread primarily by rats during dry season. The current outbreak has public health officials worried — and eager to find out what’s behind it.
The latest punitive measures are aimed at ships and shipping companies from several countries that are sending oil and other products to North Korea in violation of United Nations sanctions.
Over 9 in 10 people think both gossip and deliberate touching are inappropriate at work, and many have seen it happen. Yet, almost no one admitted to doing either in a new Ipsos/NPR poll.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The head of the state prison guard union says an Ohio inmate suspected of stabbing a guard was at a lower security level than required. Christopher Mabe is president of the Ohio Civil Service Employees Association. He says prisoner Casey Pigge is supposed to be held at the highest-security level but… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state attorney general says all previously untested Ohio rape kits have now been analyzed, completing an initiative to check thousands of untested samples. Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine said Friday the work is complete on 13,931 rape kits submitted by local law enforcement agencies for DNA testing. Dewine, a candidate… Read More