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Community Members Come Together In The 8th Annual 9/11 Interfaith Peace Walk

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“Thank you for being here tonight as we walk for a more peaceful tomorrow,” said Ohio University President Duane Nellis, starting off the 8th Annual 9/11 Interfaith Peace Walk. COORDINATING THE EVENT: The Better Together Campaign coordinated the event alongside the United Campus Ministry in hopes of bringing different faiths together to remember the tragic… Read More

Court Throws Out Riot Claim Against Trump

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A federal appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit that alleges President Trump encouraged his supporters to assault protesters at a Louisville campaign rally in 2016. The three plaintiffs claimed they were pushed, shoved and punched by audience members after Trump repeatedly shouted “get ‘em out of here” during his speech at the Kentucky International Convention… Read More

Talking Lucinda Williams, ‘Great Thunder,’ and Low Fidelity With Katie Crutchfield

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Katie Crutchfield is the artistic center of Waxahatchee, a musical project that has produced everything from high fidelity rock that dissects dissolving romantic entanglements (2017’s Out In the Storm,) to numerous delectably low-fi, intimate indie pop albums (2012’s American Weekend, 2014’s Cerulean Salt, and 2015’s Ivy Tripp). Cruthfield’s latest offering is more the second than… Read More

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Needle Exchange in West Virginia has No Plans to Restart

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A West Virginia needle exchange program has no plans to restart. Kanawha-Charleston Health Department board President Brenda Isaac said on Monday the program won’t be reinstituted. The department suspended it in March after Charleston Mayor Danny Jones and first responders called for its closure over concerns about increased needle litter and… Read More

Stuart’s to Host Intimate Show featuring Waxahatchee, Night Shop, Anna St. Louis, Sept. 13


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Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville welcomes three great acts for a special Backstage Show with Waxahatchee, Night Shop, and Anna St. Louis on Thursday, September 13 at 8 p.m. The audience will sit on the stage with the performers for an intimate concert experience right on the Stuart’s stage. An evening of music led by… Read More

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W. Va. Defense Dept. Employees Guilty of Embezzling Government Property

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ELKINS, W.Va. (AP) – Two Defense Department employees have pleaded guilty to conspiring to embezzle government property in West Virginia. The U.S. attorney’s office for the Northern District of West Virginia says 35-year-old Sgt. 1st Class Shane Morgan with the West Virginia Army National Guard pleaded guilty Monday. Sixty-one-year-old retired Master Sgt. Russell Morgan also… Read More