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Local Author Examines a Generation of West Virginians in ‘Goshen Road’

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Goshen Road is a novel set in rural West Virginia that follows the poignant, intense, and fascinating lives of four main characters over the course of one generation. The book is local author and longtime Hocking College professor Bonnie Proudfoot’s first novel, and it is currently available at the Little Professor Bookstore (65 South Court… Read More

Rep. Randi Clites (D-Ravenna) speaks about the copay assistance bill sponsored by Rep. Susan Manchester (R-Waynesfield, left) and Rep. Thomas West (D-Canton). Clites’ 17 year old son has hemophilia.

Lawmakers Say Copay Assistance Bill Would Lower Patients’ Out-Of-Pocket Costs

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Some Ohioans who rely on copay assistance programs to help with expensive medications are finding that their insurance companies are no longer allowing those payments to apply to their deductibles. Two lawmakers are hoping their bill will stop that. The situation hits people with chronic and complex illnesses very hard, because their meds cost tens… Read More

A statue of John Marshall on the campus of Marshall University

Marshall Investigating After ‘Hate Graffiti’ Tags on Campus

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – Marshall University says it is investigating three separate incidents of “hate graffiti” on its campus. A statement from the school Thursday said its police department is trying to identify who wrote the graffiti. Disciplinary action up to expulsion or dismissal could be taken if the incidents are linked back to a… Read More