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Polling places are a politics-free zone. Could that change with a Supreme Court case out of Minnesota? The court is hearing arguments in a key case on this Wednesday.
The search giant says in a new report that beginning in mid-2014, after a court ruling on the “right to be forgotten,” it received 650,000 requests to delist 2.4 million URLs from search results.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio has launched the second stage of a global technology challenge aimed at finding solutions of the U.S. opioid crisis. The contest’s challenge phase opened Wednesday. It invites business and innovation experts from around the world to propose technologies for diagnosing, treating or fighting opioid addiction or for protecting medical professionals… Read More
The ABC Players will open their production of “Kiss Me Kate” on Friday, March 2 at Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville. Check out these pictures from the production’s costumed rehearsals below. “Kiss Me Kate” will appear at Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville at 7:30 p.m. on March 2, 3, 9, and 10, and at 2 p.m. on… Read More
The Bee Gees might be one of the most polarizing names in pop music. To music nerd, they are a British/Australian trio who managed to write, record, and produce some of the most unique earworms of the 20th century. To just about everyone else, they’re the guys with the big hair and comically high-pitched voices… Read More
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) – A commission that watches over the Ohio River’s health is considering moving away from its role of setting pollution standards for the river. The Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission is expected to decide this year whether to leave the responsibility of setting water quality standards up to the six individual… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state says it’s ending the same-day issuing of Ohio driver’s licenses and will mail them instead to save money and increase security. The state Department of Public Safety says the change will take effect July 2. The agency said Wednesday that licenses will arrive about 10 days after they’re issued…. Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s attorney general says a public pension overhaul proposed by Republican lawmakers would not withstand court challenges likely to follow if the measure becomes law. Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear weighed in on one of the legislative session’s defining issues shortly before a Senate committee was scheduled to review the pension… Read More
A five percent tax on tickets that cost more than ten dollars was passed by Nelsonville City Council Monday. The entertainment tax was approved by a four to one vote. It will go into effect beginning on July first. City Built On Tourism Some Nelsonville residents oppose the move. While it passed easily in city… Read More
It was an intense night for the Trimble Tomcats as they entered their first playoff game against the South Gallia Rebels on Tuesday at Meigs High School. The rowdy fans made their feelings known that their team should come out on top, but unfortunately for the Rebels, the Tomcats earned their spot at the Convocation Center… Read More