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The Federal Hocking Lancers (0-2) will host the South Gallia Rebels (0-2) on Friday night as the two conference foes both look to earn their first win of the season. The young season has not started off as planned for the Rebels or the Lancers, and Friday will serve as a launching point for the… Read More
On Friday night, the Jackson Ironmen are set to play another historic rivalry, this time against the Blue Devils of Gallia Academy, their old foe from the recently disbanded SEOAL. Both teams have gone on to join other leagues, but this rivalry is going to give fans another epic game as both Jackson and Gallia… Read More
New options for non-addictive pain treatment are sorely needed. One researcher is borrowing from the field of cancer nanomedicine to test an idea that could bring relief to chronic pain sufferers.
ATHENS, Ohio – The body of a man who went missing last month has been recovered in Athens County, and four men are charged with crimes related to his death. The Athens County Sheriff’s Office began the search for Christopher Meadows after the early morning hours of July 25. That search ended on Tuesday when police recovered… Read More
The Senate intelligence committee gets an update from Big Tech about how companies are fighting “active measures” like those waged against the U.S. in 2016.
After months of trying to get the president to be questioned about Russia in person, Robert Mueller’s office has agreed to accept at least some written answers, according to The New York Times.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin and Republican challenger Patrick Morrisey have picked up endorsements from coal interests ahead of November’s U.S. Senate race in West Virginia. The United Mine Workers union says it plans to spend $360,000 on television advertisements in four West Virginia media markets in support of Manchin…. Read More
VIENNA, W.Va. (AP) – A West Virginia elementary school custodian is accused of using a school computer to search the internet for pictures of children’s genitalia. The Parkersburg News and Sentinel reports 36-year-old Justin Ray Hoover was arraigned Tuesday in the Wood County Magistrate Court on a charge of distributing and exhibiting material of minors… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – The Republican Party of Kentucky has filed an ethics complaint against Democratic Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes. The complaint says Grimes is not complying with a previous ruling from the Executive Branch Ethics Commission. RPK Executive Director Sarah Van Wallaghen wrote in a complaint filed Friday that a commission opinion… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says state tax collections in August were $33.4 million above estimates. Justice says collections of $352.3 million last month were about 15 percent above those from August 2017. A statement released by Justice’s office says severance taxes on mining were $16.7 million above estimates, consumer sales… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A police report says a West Virginia TV anchor who was injured in a fight with a station meteorologist told authorities the fight was over her husband. The Huntington Herald-Dispatch reported Tuesday the Charleston police report says WSAZ-TV on-air forecaster Chelsea Ambriz and station anchor Erica Bivens were at a bar… Read More
David Crane has dedicated his professional life to intelligence and security issues both nationally and internationally. He has a long history of service and has risked his life for his country. But, at this point, he is extremely concerned about how President Trump in handling intelligence and security issues. Crane says that Trump ignores or… Read More