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You’d Be Foolish to Do it for Money

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  The Sounds of Athens Athens, Ohio is not like any other town.  Ohio University, with an enrollment of over 20,000 undergraduates, attracts students from all over the world.  While the young adults come here for the education, they bring with them their own contributions to the culture of the city. That includes slang; any Pittsburghian… Read More

Ohio Valley Lawmakers Helped Shape Bipartisan Bill On Opioid Crisis

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A year after President Donald Trump declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency, he signed a bipartisan bill Wednesday to bolster law enforcement efforts and expand addiction treatment and resources. Proponents hope the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act helps the Ohio Valley, which suffers some of the nation’s highest rates of addiction and overdose deaths…. Read More

Ivanka Trump To Visit Kentucky

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Ivanka Trump is coming to Kentucky to visit job training centers with Republican Gov. Matt Bevin. The White House says Trump will visit three training centers in eastern Kentucky on Friday. Trump and Bevin are scheduled to tour the eKentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute in Paintsville, Big Sandy Community and Technical College… Read More

Ohio Football Clashes with Ball State on Blackout Night

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Ohio Football (4-3, 2-1) regained their identity during a dominant Homecoming victory over Bowling Green. Now they get a chance to showcase it in primetime against the Ball State Cardinals (3-5, 2-2). Weeknight MACtion is finally here and it could highlight one of the closest Mid-American Conference Championship races in recent memory. Six teams are… Read More

McConnell Hints At Action To Preserve Tax Supporting Black Lung Fund

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Amid a surge in cases of black lung disease, concerns are rising about the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund, which provides federal benefits to some coal miners with the disease. A tax that supports the fund would be cut by half at the end of the year unless Congress acts. Now Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell indicates… Read More