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Jackson Looks To Right The Ship Against Washington Courthouse

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Coming off two consecutive losses, the Jackson Ironmen (3-2) will look for a reversal of fortune this Friday night against a Washington Courthouse (4-1) team that has averaged a scorching 52.3 points per game in their four victories so far this season. Quarterback Gio Thomas has been the maestro for this Blue Lions offense. Passing… Read More

A reporter holds up an example of the amount of fentanyl that can be deadly

New Ohio Data Show Sharp Increase In Overdose Deaths From The Opioid Fentanyl

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New official state data from the Ohio Department of Health show 4,854 people died of drug overdoses in 2017, a 20 percent increase from the previous year. The new data add to evidence from around the Ohio Valley showing deaths related to the opioid crisis continued to rise in 2017 as state records begin to reflect the… Read More

Work of OU’s Professor Emeritus Donald Roberts Up For Auction

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Through Thursday, September 27, the artwork of beloved Ohio University Professor Emeritus of art Donald Roberts will be up for auction through online marketplace EVERYTHING BUT THE HOUSE. The auction includes work by Roberts’ wife, June Carver Branham. Roberts was influential in the creation and direction of Ohio University’s School of Art + Design, where… Read More

Talking The Beatles, ‘Discipline: Heal Thyself Pt. II,’ and Wesley Stace With Steven Page

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Whether or not you know it, Steven Page is very likely the songwriter between some of your favorite mid-to-late-’90s earworms. For over two decades Page served as the second half of the songwriting equation that made up beloved Canadian pop group the Barenaked Ladies, responsible for hits such as “One Week,” “Pinch Me,” “It’s All… Read More

The West Virginia state capitol building

West Virginia Agency Seeks Comment On Historic Preservation

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The public is being asked for comments on West Virginia’s current historic preservation comprehensive plan and ideas for continued efforts through 2024. The West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office will conduct at least eight meetings across the state to collect public comment. The agency says information from the meetings and surveys… Read More