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ATHENS, OH — Back in August, no one inside the Ohio football program thought that their non-conference schedule would be easy. A trip to Pittsburgh to take on the defending ACC Coastal Division champions, a trip to Huntington to play rival Marshall, a team picked to play for the C-USA Championship and a visit from… Read More
Surveys show today’s political climate is affecting people’s mood, relationships and health. How do you stay engaged with democracy without letting the stress ruin your day?
Eight U.S. Presidents hailed from the Buckeye State: Ulysses Grant, Rutherford Hayes, James Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, William Howard Taft, William Henry Harrison, and Warren G. Harding. September 21, 2019 through December 29, 2019, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (145 East Main Street, Lancaster OH) will host an exhibition celebrating all of those Presidents… Read More
One game is all it takes to turn your season around. For Federal Hocking and Wahama, Friday could be that game when the two squads match up in this week’s Gridiron Glory Game of the Week. Both teams sit at 1-3 with Federal Hocking defeating the Hundred Hornets 28-20 in week one, their first win… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio House minority leader says she is skeptical the Republican-led Legislature will pass meaningful gun laws Democratic Rep. Emilia Sykes says she thinks electing Democrats in 2020 is the state’s best chance for change on that. Sykes commented Tuesday after Republican House Speaker Larry Householder said that while “all of… Read More
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Department of Health has confirmed the first human death in the state this year from the West Nile virus. Authorities said Wednesday that a 68-year-old Lucas County man hospitalized with encephalitis also was the first human case in the state this year. Health officials say Ohio had six fatalities… Read More
The July call is at the center of a controversy over whether Trump pressured another country to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden. The White House has released a memo of the conversation.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A federal judge has ordered companies owned by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice to pay $35 million over a lawsuit accusing them of violating a mining contract. U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove in Kentucky on Monday ordered the Kentucky Fuel Corp. and the James C. Justice Cos. to pay… Read More
Nearly every Republican elected statewide in Ohio is an honorary chair of President Trump’s re-election team, including Gov. Mike DeWine and U.S. Sen. Rob Portman. And they’re being asked about their reactions to the official impeachment inquiry opened by the U.S. House. Mike DeWine was a U.S. Senator during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton in 1999,… Read More
When Ohio (8-5) Volleyball begins MAC play in the 2019 season, they will have no time to get adjusted to conference opponents. The Bobcats welcome Bowling Green and Miami (OH) to the Convo in a weekend that brings the projected top three teams in the MAC east against each other. Joe Collins previews the weekend… Read More
The opera star, who has been accused by 20 women, was scheduled to perform Verdi’s Macbeth starting on Wednesday night. In an email, he told Met staffers that he will never perform there again.
After two albums and a live record that grieved the death of his wife Geneviève Castrée, Phil Elverum not so much returns, but revisits an older Mount Eerie to reshape the elastic meaning of love.
NELSONVILLE, Ohio (AP) – The federal government is holding a competitive lease sale for coal underneath nearly 500 acres inside Ohio’s Wayne National Forest. The Bureau of Land Management-Eastern States says Wednesday’s sale involves seven tracts in Perry and Morgan counties that contain an estimated 1.4 million tons of sub-surface mineable federal coal. The offering… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio — Athens County Clerk of Courts Tina Willis died Tuesday evening. The Athens County Commissioners’ Office confirmed the news Wednesday. Willis was appointed to the position in 2018 to finish the term of Ann Trout, who retired shortly before the appointment. She had previously served 18 total years in the clerk’s office and… Read More
The R&B singer performed songs from her debut full-length, Shea Butter Baby.