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Lady Lancers Bounce Back in Big Win Against Belpre

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STEWART, Ohio– The Federal Hocking Lady Lancers have had a back and forth season, with some big wins and tough losses to add to their 7-9 record. “We’re very young,” Lady Lancers head coach Jeremy Tolson said. “With young teams you’re going to have inconsistencies. […] We can compete with almost every team and we… Read More

Voters cast their ballots on Election Day in McArthur, Ohio.

Proposed Constitutional Amendment Seeks To Expand, Solidify Voter Rights

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A group known as Ohioans for Secure and Fair Elections has filed a petition with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office to propose a voting-related constitutional amendment for this November’s ballot. The ACLU of Ohio is among the groups leading the charge for the constitutional amendment. “The ACLU, in 2020, will do what we have done for more than… Read More

Miners assemble on railroad tracks to block a shipment of coal from a Blackjewel mine.

Bankrupt Blackjewel Coal Still Racking Up Environmental Violations, Officials Warn

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An attorney for the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet told a federal judge Wednesday that the bankrupt coal company Blackjewel has accrued nearly 300 environmental violations since it entered bankruptcy in July. “It’s essential that these violations are addressed, abated, and that they stop accruing,” Cabinet attorney Lena Seward told bankruptcy judge Frank Volk in the… Read More

Petitioner gathering signatures for HB6 referendum

Nuclear Bailout Opponents End Their Referendum Attempt

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The group that was fighting to overturn Ohio’s nuclear power plant bailout has dropped its case in court which means the plan for additional fees on electric bills to subsidize nuclear and coal will carry forward. Ohioans Against Corporate Bailouts wanted voters this fall to overturn the law, through HB6, that bails out nuclear plants, subsidizes coal plants, rolls back… Read More

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What we Know About China’s Coronavirus Outbreak — and What we Don’t

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Chinese officials are racing to respond to a highly contagious pneumonia-like virus that has now killed at least 17 people, infected hundreds more and spread to several other countries. In an effort to contain the illness, the city of Wuhan has issued a partial quarantine and shut down public transportation. But the medical gravity of… Read More

President Donald Trump takes questions from the media before boarding Maine One at the White House in Washington, Friday, Aug. 30, 2019, en route to Camp David in Maryland.

WATCH: Senate Impeachment Trial of Donald Trump | January 23

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House Democrats continue their arguments Thursday, Jan. 23 in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. The impeachment trial is expected to resume at 1p.m. ET on Thursday. Missed yesterday’s coverage? Watch all the key moments here: https://youtu.be/W9RKUeei8TE The House managers, seven Democrats who are acting as “prosecutors” during the trial, began making their case… Read More

Poetry Out Loud

Poetry Out Loud Allows Students to ‘Keep a Poem in Their Heart’

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Each year, schools across America prepare for the 15th annual Poetry Out Loud recitation contest, an arts education program where thousands of students will perform memorized poems for judges at school and state levels in the hope to make it to nationals. This year, four schools in Southeastern Ohio will be participating: Nelsonville-York, John Glenn… Read More