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Blue Lions Look To Build On Strong Week 1 Performance

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Last Friday night, Washington Court House found themselves in the unenviable position of being down 14 points on the road less than five minutes into the new season. The Blue Lions responded by scoring 45 of the next 52 points over two and a half quarters to take a 45-21 lead. Washington C.H. went on… Read More

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Kentucky Elections Board Affirms Sec. of State’s Role Overseeing Midterms

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – A bipartisan board that oversees Kentucky’s elections has unanimously voted to reaffirm the secretary of state’s role as the state’s chief election officer following allegations she abused her authority for political purposes. The Kentucky State Board of Elections voted 4-0 on a resolution reiterating that Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes has authority… Read More

West Virginia House of Delegates Delegates Elects New Speaker

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia House of Delegates has elected a new speaker to replace state Supreme Court candidate Tim Armstead. Delegates elected Republican Roger Hanshaw of Clay County on Wednesday. Hanshaw is vice chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Democrats nominated Tim Miley, who served as speaker until Republicans won the majority… Read More

Ohio Unveils 5-Year Strategic Plan for Education

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State officials have unveiled a five-year plan aimed at helping Ohio students succeed after graduating from high school. The plan unveiled Tuesday focuses on ensuring each child has access to relevant and challenging academic experiences and resources across race, gender, ethnicity, language, disability, family background and/or income. Tess Elshoff, State Board… Read More

Trump’s Assaults against News Media are Heightening Security Concerns


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The incessant drumbeat of news media criticism by President Donald J. Trump is causing some major concerns among the press and First Amendment advocates, according to veteran, award-winning journalist Andrew Alexander. Alexander is a former Washington Post ombudsman, a former Washington Bureau chief for Cox Newspapers and an award winning veteran journalist with more than… Read More