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Trimble Defense Pitches Seventh Shutout Of Season To Clinch TVC-Hocking Title

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Trimble knew that with eight victories thus far this season, they had a playoff spot secured. Trimble knew however with a win against Wahama, the Tomcats would clinch an outright TVC-Hocking title and a home playoff game in week 11. Trimble came into tonight’s game with a chip on their shoulder, knowing they were in… Read More

Healthy Debate: Ohio Valley Health Concerns Driving Competitive Midterm Races

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The political ads in the Ohio Valley are playing on what seems like a constant loop. That’s not unusual for election season. But what is unusual this year is how many ads focus on health care. Consider this one from Kentucky Republican Andy Barr, who’s facing a tough challenge in the 6th Congressional District from Democrat Amy McGrath…. Read More

West Virginia Supreme Court Halts Impeachment Trials

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s Supreme Court has effectively halted impeachment proceedings against a retired justice and a suspended justice. WCHS-TV reports that the court said in an order that its decision to stop Justice Margaret Workman’s impeachment hearing applies to other justices facing impeachment. Retired Justice Robin Davis and suspended Justice Allen Loughry… Read More

Peoples Bank Theatre’s 2019 Winter-Spring Spotlight Series


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The historic Peoples Bank Theatre announces its 2019 Winter-Spring Spotlight Series. This latest lineup of eight national touring artists comes in the midst of the theatre’s 100th anniversary. From concerts and comedy, to acrobatics and silent movies with live accompaniment, the Winter-Spring series highlights the versatility of the recently renovated performance and the diversity of… Read More

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Ky. AG Files 8th Opioid Lawsuit

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear has sued a pharmaceutical company, accusing it of contributing to the state’s opioid epidemic. Beshear says he has sued Pennsylvania-based Teva for marketing its products to treat chronic pain despite the drugs being approved for treating pain in cancer patients. Beshear called the deceptive marketing “one… Read More

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W. Va. Ballot Measure Would Allow Restriction, Ban of Tax-Funded Abortions

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Separate constitutional measures on West Virginia’s Nov. 6 ballot would allow lawmakers to restrict or ban tax-payer funded abortions and have some control over the state judiciary’s budget. Earlier this year, the Legislature approved a resolution saying: “Nothing in this Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion or requires the… Read More

Great Performances: An American in Paris The Musical | November 2


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Celebrate “Broadway’s Best” with THIRTEEN’s Great Performances Fridays, November 2-23 on WOUB Features U.S. broadcast premieres of the four-time Tony-winning stage adaptation of “An American in Paris The Musical,” the U.K. live production of “The Sound of Music” and new documentaries about John Leguizamo’s Tony-nominated play “Latin History for Morons” and Broadway icon Harold Prince… Read More