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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… 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… 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… 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… 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,… 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… Read More
Taylor Agler, number 0, doesn’t like being the center of attention. That may seem contradictory when she’s a starting guard for the Lady Cats, leads the team in assists (129),… Read More
A water system in eastern Kentucky that was on the verge of collapse could soon get much needed improvements. Many Martin County, Kentucky, residents were without water for long periods… Read More
The Ohio University Scripps College of Communication, in partnership with the Ohio University Performing Arts & Concert Series, the School of Media Arts & Studies, the E.W. Scripps School of… Read More
Ohio University’s Theater Division in the school of dance, film, and theatre will be presenting its third production of the 2017-18 school year with The Government Inspector. The show will… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia House has voted 98-1 to provide average 5 percent pay raises to teachers, school service personnel and state troopers in the coming year…. Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine has recused himself from hearing a would-be gubernatorial candidate’s lawsuit challenging his disqualification from the ballot. DeWine filed his recusal… Read More
Waterford Guard Bryce Hilverding laid out on the hardwood with his face tucked into his folded arms as the Wildcats game-winning layup attempt rimmed out of the basket. After a… Read More