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Officials said a gunman hijacked a U.S. mail carrier truck, and began shooting at random people.
ATHENS, OH — Nathan Rourke and the Bobcats offense came out for the first time in 2019 backed up against their own end zone. Not an easy place for an offense to begin its season. With visions of how last season’s opener against FCS Howard hanging around the stadium, the senior quarterback took the snap,… Read More
“This audience can see that I am alive!” the justice said to a crowd at the National Book Festival on Saturday. Ginsburg underwent three weeks of radiation treatment this month.
The Friday afternoon tweet had experts picking up their jaws from the floor when they saw a photo of an Iranian space facility.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The number of fatal drug overdoses in Ohio declined for the first time since 2009, according to state health officials, a milestone in the state’s ongoing battle with a deadly addictions epidemic. Preliminary figures from the Ohio Department of Health show the number of overdoses dropped more than 22% last year…. Read More
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is taking a rare species of plant found in the Ohio Valley off of the endangered species list. Amid controversial proposals to change the law protecting rare species, the Running Buffalo Clover is an example of a successful recovery. It joins about 2.5 percent of threatened and endangered species (42 species)… Read More
BEVERLY, Ohio – On a humid opening night for high school football, both the Fort Frye Cadets and Belpre Golden Eagles fought in a hard-nosed battle in the trenches. The defenses barely budged, and both teams struggled early offensively. In the end, it was the Cadets who took charge. Fort Frye was led by a… Read More
HILLSBORO, Ohio — After the rolling thunder and cracks of lightning passed the city of Hillsboro, the storms left the tone of the game for the Indians to mimic. Once the 45-minute rain delay ended and the game had begun, the Hillsboro defense was the powerhouse on the field. The Indians lined up against the… Read More
POMEROY, Ohio – The expectations are pretty high for Meigs in 2019 under first year head coach David Tennant. The Marauders return the TVC-Ohio’s leading passer, sophomore Coulter Cleland. The Marauders were tasked with facing Gallia Academy. The Blue Devils finished 2018 with a 9-2 overall record, including a victory over Meigs in week one… Read More
DRESDEN, OH- Jack Anderson Stadium was the site for week one action between the Tri-Valley Scotties and Logan Chieftains on Friday Night. Coming off of another MVL title, Tri-Valley was determined to start the season off strong with a win at home in their non-conference match up with Logan. Once the Scotties got rolling, they… Read More