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New research finds millions of people are getting enough calories but not enough essential nutrients. We asked leading researchers how to fix the problem.
A suboptimal week for the Meigs Marauders basketball teams is behind them now, as the boys squad went 1-2 and the girls squad went 0-4. While the outcomes weren’t always desirable, Meigs can take away the positives while trying to leave behind the negatives that the past seven days have elucidated. For the boys, their… Read More
President Trump has signed off on raising the age of sale from 18 to 21 for cigarettes and e-cigarettes. Health advocates worry it guards the industry from further sweeping regulations.
With the holidays upon us, the Trimble basketball squads gave their fans early presents with both the boys and girls squads each going undefeated this past week. After splitting their games last week, the Trimble boys were looking to respond, and they did just that. On Tuesday, they narrowly defeated the Eastern Eagles 62-58, holding… Read More
Kent State University’s Men’s Basketball team – the first Division I team to sign an autistic player – hosted its first “sensory-friendly” game over the weekend, bringing in people who may not always be able to enjoy college hoops in person. The murmur of the crowd, the squealing of tennis shoes and an announcer were there, but… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia residents who want to recycle their Christmas trees after the holidays will be able to donate them for fish habitat. The recycling event is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 4 at Charleston’s Capitol Market. There’s no limit to the number of trees each person can donate and no… Read More
CANTON, Ohio – Cost-cutting efforts at an Ohio steel manufacturer have eliminated 14% of the workforce over the last year. TimkenSteel recently eliminated 55 salary positions and ended a scholarship program for children of employees. CEO Terry Dunlap told employees in an email in November that the changes will do more than save money. He… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has delayed a death row inmate’s February execution as the state struggles to find an adequate supply of drugs for lethal injection. The governor’s warrant of reprieve was issued Friday for condemned prisoner Melvin Bonnell. The reprieve moved the inmate’s execution from Feb. 12 to March 18,… Read More