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Man looking at camera for VOCES "Porvenir, Texas"

PBS Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month


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Featured Programs Highlighting Latinx Culture Include Special Episodes of AMERICAN MASTERS and POV, as Well as a New Season of VOCES and the 32nd ANNUAL HISPANIC HERITAGE AWARDS   ARLINGTON, VA; AUGUST 21, 2019 – To commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month, PBS will offer a range of new programming celebrating Latinx heritage and culture this September… Read More

Robert Wilkie, US Veterans Affairs Secretary

Feds: Probe Into Deaths at VA Hospital is ‘Top Priority’

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Federal prosecutors said Friday a sweeping criminal probe into a number of suspicious deaths at a Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia would be their “top priority.” Bill Powell, the U.S. attorney in West Virginia, said his office is involved in a “comprehensive federal criminal investigation” into the deaths of up… Read More

Wellston defender collides with Jackson runner

Ironmen Run Over Wellston in Final Meeting Ever

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The tradition of the Jackson-Wellston rivalry goes back over 106 years, filled with close ballgames and high emotions. However, we only saw one of those two outcomes during Jackson’s 23-6 win over the Wellston Golden Rockets in their final meeting ever. Emotions were high on both sides, with chippy play becoming a common theme in… Read More

Buckeye defense gangs up to make the tackle

Trimble Cruises to Victory in Season Opener

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GLOUSTER, Ohio-The Trimble Tomcats’ Saturday night season opener against the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes held within it more excitement than opening nights of years prior. The Buckeyes made it clear their match up against the Tomcats was circled on their calendar, and Trimble, the long-presiding powerhouse of the TVC-Hocking, were more than willing to add fuel to… Read More