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Blue Lions Look To Spoil Chillicothe’s Playoff Hopes

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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

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Kentucky Settles Child Support Lawsuit With Floyd County

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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

DeWine Not Alone In GOP Facing Pre-Existing Conditions Push

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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

Athens Parking Rate Doubles With New Rules

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The Athens City Council approved an ordinance revising parking meter rules Monday, increasing costs and extending enforcement hours. Central to the council’s decision was Court Street in Uptown Athens. The new rules will create high, moderate, and low intensity parking zones. Court Street, which will be a high intensity zone, will double its rates from $0.50… Read More

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Trump Inflames His Base to Raise Enthusiasm for Nov. 6th Midterm Elections


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Since the successful vote putting Justice Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court of the United States, President Trump has been characterizing the events surrounding that confirmation to fire the fears of his political base, according to Philip Elliott, a Washington correspondent for Time, Inc. Trump has been using the protests of various citizen groups and… Read More