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GOP Sens. Susan Collins and Jeff Flake said the FBI inquiry into sexual assault claims against Brett Kavanaugh was “thorough,” with Flake seeing no new evidence. Their votes will be decisive.
When Dr. Sami Kahn’s daughter was only three years old, she was diagnosed with autism. At the time, Kahn found that many of those who she thought would be empowering her daughter through education were seemingly looking into some type of crystal ball — predicting a future of hardship and insurmountable barriers for her child…. Read More
The Southeast Ohio Musical Lending Library Opening will take place Sunday, October 14, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Arts West. The SEO Musical Lending Library is a project of Arts West in partnership with Blue Eagle Music, and Stuart’s Opera House. Our sponsors include the Johnny B and John Spataro Music Foundation, Stewart MacDonald,… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio utility regulators have approved an agreement returning proceeds of the federal tax cut to customers of Columbus-based AEP. In approving the deal Wednesday, Public Utilities Commission of Ohio Chairman Asim Haque called it “good news.” Haque attributed the deal to commissioners’ insistence that utility companies begin tracking what they were… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The parent company of two West Virginia casinos says they will launch sports betting this fall. Delaware North says in a news release it has chosen Miomni Gaming to handle sports books at Wheeling Island Casino in Wheeling and Mardi Gras Casino in Nitro. Hollywood Casino in Charles Town started offering… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A newly sworn-in West Virginia Supreme Court justice is being asked to disqualify himself from a lawsuit against natural gas giant Antero Resources Corp. by residents who say its operations are making life unbearable in their community. Attorneys for several Harrison County residents filed a motion Tuesday, urging Justice Evan Jenkins… Read More
Ohio University Theater Division’s first show of the year merges fine arts and athletics both on and off stage in a production that candidly showcases the struggles and successes of young women on the soccer field. The Wolves, a play by Sarah DeLappe, follows a high school girls soccer team through daily stretches and warm-ups,… Read More