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Cottonseed is full of protein but toxic to humans and most animals. The USDA has approved a genetically engineered cotton with edible seeds. They could eventually feed chickens, fish — or even people.
Everyone knows that the purest of musical knowledge can only be obtained from calling a radio station after hearing a mystifying, and by it’s nature, ephemeral, tune and demanding to speak to the DJ. Such an instance occurred late one night to Jackson, OH’s Ben Davis Jr. while listening to WOUB’s Crossing Boundaries, hosted by… Read More
Chillicothe (7-1, 3-0 FAC) appears to be in the driver’s seat to a second consecutive FAC conference championship. A team who had several question marks on offense entering the season has kept pace with last year’s performance as they chase the possibility of hosting a playoff game. This optimism is a potential flaw that the… Read More
Tri Valley came into this game flying high after a big win overtime over Sheridan, but John Glenn looked to snap them back into reality at Muskingum University on Friday night. With one-minute left to go in regulation down 14-7, Tri-Valley had their backs against the wall facing a fourth and 23 from their own… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – State officials in Kentucky have settled a lawsuit involving child support payments in Floyd County. Earlier this year, Floyd County Attorney Keith Bartley sued Republican Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration for ending a contract to collect child support payments. Officials with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services later said they ended… Read More
BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (AP) – Vice President Mike Pence is attending a rally this weekend for Republican U.S. Senate nominee Patrick Morrisey in West Virginia. Morrisey’s campaign says in a statement the rally will be held in Bridgeport on Saturday evening at the Engine and Airframe Solutions Worldwide facility at the North Central West Virginia Airport…. Read More
The fate of Obamacare may hinge on which party wins the midterm elections.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Months after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled government workers can’t be required to contribute to labor unions representing them, a group that helped successfully argue that case has filed two related federal lawsuits on behalf of some government employees in Ohio. The National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation says they’re… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Democrat Richard Cordray is barraging his Republican opponent in Ohio’s governor’s race as someone who wants to end health insurance protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine has reached back to a U.S. Senate debate from 1994 to defend himself. That’s despite DeWine joining a Republican lawsuit… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has sent two more rescued manatees back to Florida where they hopefully can be released into the wild this year. Agua and Goober, a female and male, arrived at SeaWorld Orlando late Monday. The manatees were in poor condition when they were rescued in Florida waters…. Read More