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McConnell Aide Takes Appalachian Regional Commission Role

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Not long after Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky squared off with President Trump over funding for the Appalachian Regional Commission, the ARC has a new federal co-chair with strong ties to McConnell. Long-time McConnell aide Tim Thomas said he can see a day when the Appalachian Regional Commission is no longer needed. But that’s not something… Read More

Court Won’t Reconsider Making Public Autopsies of Rhoden Family

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Supreme Court has rejected requests to reconsider its decision shielding complete autopsy reports in the slayings of eight family members from the public. At issue is the court’s December decision that the Pike County coroner doesn’t have to release unredacted reports. The Cincinnati Enquirer and the Columbus Dispatch asked… Read More

Human Trafficking Displayed Through Fashion

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Innocence, to violation, to restoration; that’s the journey a victim and survivor of human trafficking goes through – and that was the story told at a Tuesday night fashion show in Athens. The program, called “Unchained,” featuring student models, began about five years ago at Ohio State University. “Fashion became the vehicle to tell such… Read More

ABC Player’s Production of ‘Auntie Mame’ Coming to Stuart’s May 3-5


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In this side-splitting comedy, New York socialite Miss Mame Dennis attracts a parade of sophisticated and stimulating New Yorkers to her apartment at 3 Beekman Place: publishers, artists, writers, educators, and holy men. When Edwin, Mame’s brother in Chicago, dies, leaving his ten-year-old son, Patrick, in her care, Mame bounds into the role of parenting… Read More