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State School Board To Vote On Graduation Plan As Current Seniors Face Tougher Requirements

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The state school board is expected to vote on new recommendations for high school graduation requirements Thursday. This comes as hundreds of kids might not be able to graduate under the existing standards. The state school superintendent has proposed a plan that has several options for seniors to graduate, including tests, final projects, state courses and grade… Read More

2 Women Due in Court on Charges Related to Family Massacre

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WAVERLY, Ohio (AP) – Hearings have been scheduled for two women charged with misleading authorities investigating an Ohio family massacre. Attorneys for Fredericka Wagner and Rita Newcomb say they will plead not guilty during the Thursday court hearing. Both face felony charges of obstructing justice and perjury. The 65-year-old Newcomb is also charged with forgery…. Read More

State Worker Safety Plans: ‘The Good, The Bad And The Ugly’

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Fifteen minutes before his shift was to end on November 8, 2017, Lariat Rope, a thickset man of 55, tumbled into a pit of scalding water at Sapa Extrusions North America in Phoenix, an aluminum-products plant where he’d worked for more than 25 years. It took rescuers three hours to retrieve his body from the… Read More