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ATHENS, Ohio — Whenever a team loses by 47 points, you have no idea how they will respond. Ohio responded with one of its best performances of the year when the team tied for the lead in the MAC came to the Convocation Center Friday night. The Bobcats scratched, clawed, fought and fought some more for… Read More
In the last three years the Vinton County Vikings have come through with a win in the Sectional Championship game. This year, however, they fell to the Warren Warriors in a lively, but ultimately heartbreaking game. Warren entered Friday night’s game seeded third while Vinton County came in seeded sixth, so the Vikings knew that… Read More
The Athens Bulldogs (16-6) proved to the Logan Elm Braves (11-10) as well as everyone in attendance at Logan High School that it takes a little more than a single overtime to keep them from cutting down the net as they beat the Braves and won the Sectional Championship. The win came following a two-game… Read More
With all the hype surrounding now 23-0 Wheelersburg, it would be be hard to imagine that this team could be challenged by any ninth seeded team. The Meigs Marauders proved that they are not just any ninth seed. With just 2:45 left in regulation, the undefeated Pirates found themselves up 26-24. With time running short,… Read More
Any organization that provides or refers patients for abortions will be ineligible for Title X funding to cover STD prevention, cancer screenings and contraception.
On the night of July 24, 1916, a natural gas explosion near Cleveland trapped workers in a waterworks tunnel beneath Lake Erie. Rescuers sent in to recover the trapped men were themselves felled by “noxious fumes.” The Cleveland authorities knew just who to call: Garrett Morgan, an inventor who had recently given a demonstration of… Read More