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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s attorney general has announced two separate settlements totaling nearly $40 million that involve a drug company and a drug distributor. Attorney General Andy Beshear said Wednesday his office has secured a $17 million settlement with Bayer Corp. over claims it misled women about risks associated with its birth control drugs,… Read More
A free premiere screening will be held March 22, 2020 at Gallia Academy ATHENS, OH – The new trailer for Our Town: Gallipolis starts with the words: “Listen as the water speaks and tells a story bold.” After completing the trailer, you’ll realize that is not an overstatement. The story of the Gallia County town… Read More
The first global analysis of blood supply and demand finds that many developing countries are relying on risky emergency donations.
The group from Japan is on a mission to expand the conventional meaning of “cute.” Their performance included synchronized dancing, pom-poms and matching pink uniforms, with a heavy, angular sound.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Supreme Court has heard arguments in a legal fight over how the state intervenes in repeatedly poor-performing school districts. At issue is a state law that shifted operational control of such districts from locally elected boards to unelected CEOs. The Youngstown school board and school employees’ unions argued Wednesday… Read More
The Dairy Barn Arts Center is pleased to announce the lineup of poets for the last event in its fall poetry series “Spoken & Heard, Poetry of Departure and Relevance,” to be held November 7, 2019, at 6 p.m., upstairs in the AEP wing. The evening is curated by Athens Poet Laureate, Kari Gunter-Seymour. Featured… Read More