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The unofficial election results for Pickaway County are in. Jay H. Wippel is the unofficial winner of the Pickaway County Commissioner race, defeating Mike Parks. Wippel received 13,926 votes while Parks received 5,160 votes. The Village of New Holland’s Streets Levy failed 127-95. New Holland Village’s Community Center Levy also failed, receiving 142 votes against… Read More
The unofficial results for the 2018 election for Harrison County are in. Harrison county reports Don Bethel won against Danny Henry, 3,224 to 2,541, in the race for county commissioner. Allison Anderson wins county auditor against Patrick Moore with 3,756 votes against 2019 votes. Edison County Local Schools Current Expenses Levy passed with 24 votes… Read More
Unofficial election results are in Jackson County. Residents of Jackson voted against a Board of Developmental Disabilities Levy 5,261 votes to 4,624 votes. Residents of Jackson County voted in favor of a Children Services Levy 5,092 votes to 4,816 votes. Residents of Jackson County voted for a Senior Services Levy 6,003 votes to 3,907 votes. Residents… Read More
These are the 2018 Unofficial Elections Results for Perry County. Scott Owen is the unofficial winner of the Perry County Commissioner race. He received 7,552 votes and his opponent, Todd Shafer, received 3,745 votes. Drew Cannon is the unofficial winner of the Perry County Auditor race. He received 7,170 votes and his opponent, Teresa Stevenson… Read More
Unofficial election results are in for Guernsey County. In Cambridge City, voters renewed a 3-mills/five year Fire Protection Levy 1,881-750. Cumberland Village residents voted against the 5-mills/five year Roads Repair Levy 56-40. Cambridge City voters renewed the second 3.9-mills/five year Fire Protection Levy 1735-846. Lore City Village residents voted for a replacement 3-mills/five year Fire… Read More
Kevin Ritter is the unofficial winner of the County Commissioner race with 14,703 votes defeating James L. Raney who received 7,589 votes. Matthew Livengood is the unofficial winner of the County Auditor race. Livengood received 14,675 votes. He defeated Leslie Pittenger who received 7,470 votes. The unofficial winner of the Judge of the Court of… Read More
ATHENS — Athens City Schools will see new construction as their bond issue and levy won Tuesday night in unofficial results. With 52 percent of voters expressing their support for the 5.88 mill bond issue and 0.5 mill levy, the Athens school district will go forward with plans to rebuild and rearrange the schools. “This… Read More
Mick Schumacher is the unofficial winner of the Monroe County Comissioner race. He received 3,337 votes and his opponent, Ron Taylor, received 1,993 votes. The Monroe County Auditor race’s unofficial winner is Pandora J. Neuhart with 3,112 votes. She defeated Valerie Sefert’s 2,161 votes. The EMS Levy in Monroe County passed with 2,968 votes for… Read More
Harold Montgomery is the unofficial winner of the County Commissioner race with 6,044 votes defeating Randal Adkins with 3,440 votes.
For races that are being decided in Southeast Ohio go to this WOUB News Midterms 2018 Results page. Republicans have retained their supermajority in the Ohio House, despite Democrats’ hopes that strong candidates and national momentum would help them cut into GOP legislative majorities. With nearly all races called, House Republicans had secured at least… Read More
For all the talk of “rigged” elections, cyberthreats, voter suppression and fraud, it’s often poll workers who have the most impact on whether your voting experience goes well.
American women are more likely to die from preventable childbirth complications than women in other developed countries. A group of obstetricians says hospitals can do a lot to change this.
A judge has granted a temporary restraining order that allows Ohioans who are in a Dayton jail to cast ballots in this election. Mike Brickner of All Voting Matters says a court has issued an order that allows two people being housed in a Montgomery County jail to cast ballots. But he says a class action lawsuit… Read More
The Trisolini Gallery will begin hosting an interactive art exhibit on Friday, November 9 entitled “As Far As My Fingertips Take Me,” a piece that facilitates a conversation of touch and ink between an audience member and a refugee. “As Far As My Fingertips Take Me” by Tania El Khoury seeks to tell the story… Read More
Education is a major issue in the race to become Ohio’s next governor. Both Republican Mike DeWine and Democrat Rich Cordray say students take too many tests, but the candidates diverge on how they plan to reduce testing and support schools. The major party candidates recognize that improving Ohio’s schools can lead to closing the skills gap,… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The City Council in Ohio’s capital city has approved paying the family of an 86-year-old woman killed in a firetruck accident $410,000 to settle a wrongful death lawsuit. The Columbus Dispatch reports Columbus City Council voted on the settlement Monday in a lawsuit filed by William Glenn in the death of… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Prosecutors in West Virginia say the arrest of a drug trafficking organization leader has led to several others being taken into custody. U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart tells news outlets 44-year-old Eugene Wells was arrested in September at Miranda Brandon’s Charleston home. Brandon and Sherry Gray were also arrested. Stuart says the… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Democrats in Ohio are trying to turn a recent Republican tide in statewide races, relying on a ticket led by a familiar U.S. senator and a competitive governor candidate. Sherrod Brown, first elected to Ohio office in 1974, seeks his third Senate term against fourth-term U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci, Richard Cordray,… Read More
The first ever MELTED Music Festival will take place on Sunday, February 24 at The Bluestone in Columbus, OH, featuring headliners Ty Segall and White Fence. The psychedelic afternoon and evening of music, which kicks off at 1 p.m., is brought to you by the Nelsonville Music Festival in collaboration with Archie Fox Live. The… Read More
MELTED will take place from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at The Bluestone, 583 East Broad Street in Columbus, Ohio. Earlybird tickets are on sale now right now for $50 at meltedmusicfest.com Ty Segall and White Fence ty-segall.com | dragcity.com/artists/white-fence Black Lips black-lips.com Kikagaku Moyo geometricpatterns.bandcamp.com Deerhoof deerhoof.net Cherry Glazerr… Read More
Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville, Ohio welcomes Amy Ray on Tuesday, November 13 at 7:30 p.m. Amythyst Kiah will open the show! Amy Ray has been performing as one half of the legendary Indigo Girls for over 30 years, and will be embarking on her solo tour this fall and heading to Stuart’s Opera House…. Read More
Nelsonville Rotary Club will host a live band Karaoke Event as a fundraiser for its scholarship fund at Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville, Ohio on Saturday, November 10 from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. The event will take place at 52 Public Square in Nelsonville, Ohio. Purchase tickets for the event by contacting your favorite… Read More
Will revolution in Europe threaten Victoria’s reign? Victoria, Season 3 Jenna Coleman returns as Her fearless Majesty Queen Victoria in an all-new season of the hit drama on MASTERPIECE January 2019 on PBS It is 1848, and revolution is breaking out across Europe. In Britain, one woman stands between order and chaos: Queen Victoria. Jenna… Read More