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ATHENS, Ohio — Katie Barker hit four of her six three-point shots in the first quarter — Barker’s hot start to the game helped lead Ohio to an early lead as the Bobcats stomped the Thundering Herd 67-51 Wednesday night in the Convocation center. Barker missed all of last season except one game due to… Read More
Infectious disease specialists debate whether it’s better to give the strongest antibiotics all at once for drug-resistant germs or save the most innovative medicines for use as a last resort.
Athens’ quarterback, Joey Moore, is well on his way to leaving an enduring legacy in The Plains. As the regular season came to a close, Moore found himself tops in the state for D-III QB rushing yards, and second in passing yards. Few are in the same class as Moore when it comes to slinging… Read More
One of the Ohio House’s top agenda items known as priority bills was passed in the Senate on Wednesday. But Speaker Larry Householder (R-Glenford) said he’s still frustrated with the pace of legislation moving from his chamber through to the other one. Householder said there’s not tension with fellow Republican leaders in the Senate, but ‘frustration”…. Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Republican Gov. Matt Bevin could face a legacy-defining decision when the vote totals from the Kentucky governor’s race are double-checked Thursday — concede to Democrat Andy Beshear or contest last week’s election in a historic move that could put the outcome in the hands of state lawmakers. Bevin faces a growing… Read More
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — A federal judge in Ohio says an environmental group pushing for mandatory regulations to prevent toxic algae blooms on Lake Erie can move forward with its lawsuit. The judge in Toledo issued a ruling Wednesday denying the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s request to dismiss the lawsuit. The lawsuit says the U.S…. Read More