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With time expiring in Thursday’s Division II district semifinal, Vinton County Head Coach Matt Combs looked at the ground, then the clock and then finally at his seniors on the court for the final time. With 57 seconds remaining, Combs subbed out seniors, Jake Speakman, Naylan Yates and Bryce Dameron, three players who played a… Read More
With only three seconds left in the first quarter, the Waterford Lady Wildcats already held a commanding lead over the Glenwood Lady Tigers, but they weren’t done in the quarter yet. The in-bounds pass came in and the ball found Alli Kerns hands, and she calmly rose up and took the shot as time expired…. Read More
At least 14 Ohio colleges and universities have joined with more than 200 of their counterparts nationally, vowing to defend the admissions of students who are disciplined for participating in peaceful protests. High school walkouts started across the country after 17 teachers and students were killed during a Valentine’s Day shooting at their Florida high… Read More
Understanding the authority of science means, when it comes to factual claims, intuitions and gut feelings won’t cut it — whichever side of the political aisle they come from, says Tania Lombrozo.
CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) — The West Virginia Senate has voted 20-14 against immediately considering legislation that would provide a 5 percent pay raise to teachers – a key part of the deal negotiated between Gov. Jim Justice and union leaders to end the statewide walkout that has closed public schools for a week. The… Read More
The weapons include cruise missiles, nuclear-powered underwater drones and a new hypersonic missile. Putin warned that any use of nuclear weapons against Russia or its allies would trigger a response.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Republican Gov. John Kasich is advocating a “red flag” gun law for Ohio, a ban on armor-piercing ammunition and other consensus policy positions he says could fly nationally. Recommendations Kasich released Thursday emerged from a politically diverse advisory panel he assembled after Las Vegas saw the deadliest mass shooting in modern… Read More
Yan Sun, Distinguished Professor of Fine Art, Chairman of the Art Department and Director of the Gallery at Muskingum University, will paint the Ohio Teacher of the Year, Jonathan Juravich, while explaining his process to the audience on Sunday, March 11 at 2 p.m. Sun will paint celebrated arts educator and Ohio Teacher of the… Read More
The second round of acts for the 2018 Nelsonville Music Festival have been announced! They are: Michael Hurley, Justin Gordon, Bill McKay, Haley Heynderickx, Michael Nau, The Weather Station, Bedouine, Blueprint, The Gories, Nick Waterhouse, The Black Angels, and George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic. Check out the video above, made by Sarah Warda and featuring… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Gov. John Kasich is ready to announce a series of consensus policy positions on guns that he hopes to see resonate nationally. The Republican governor has a news conference on the topic scheduled for Thursday. Kasich assembled a politically diverse advisory panel on gun policy after Las Vegas saw the deadliest… Read More