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A nonprofit student loan group alleges that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has abandoned its duty to police widespread mismanagement of a loan forgiveness program for public service workers.
Gridiron Glory crowned its Player of the Year on Friday, Nov. 22, as the culmination of its 21st season on air. Conner Wright, senior running back and linebacker for the Trimble Tomcats, received the award after a spectacular individual campaign that mirrored an impressive year for his team. Wright finished the year with 1,729 rushing… Read More
Trimble Tomcats After an abrupt ending to the Trimble Tomcats’ football season, some of the players have traded in the shoulder pads for gym shoes. The boys squad returns three of their four top scorers including last season’s leading scorer, Brayden Weber, who averaged almost 18 points per game. Blake Guffey and Cam Kittle make… Read More
The 2019 season has been a roller coaster ride for Ohio. After starting the season with a 1-3 record in non-conference play, the Bobcats rebounded in the first half of MAC play, posting a 3-1 conference record after wins against Buffalo, Kent State and Ball State. Two home losses to Miami and Western Michigan eliminated… Read More
West Virginia’s annual buck firearms season kicked off today and is expected to bring thousands of hunters to the state’s vast woodlands. Officials say starting the season toward the end of November increases the chances of hunting during snowfall, which makes it easier to spot and track deer. The season traditionally opens on the Monday… Read More