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Report: Ohio’s Dialysis Patients Are Getting Good Care

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More than 17,000 Ohioans depend on dialysis treatments multiple times each week. And a new report shows Ohioans who need that care are largely getting it. The Ohio Collaborative Dialysis Coalition’s report shows the state has an exceptional reputation for offering quality and locally-accessible dialysis services. Dr. Robin Shah says the key is making sure dialysis is… Read More

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New Protections Proposed For Imperiled Crayfish Species

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife service is proposing new protections for two threatened species of crayfish found in the Appalachian coalfields. Under the new proposed rule, published Tuesday in the Federal Register, the agency will designate 445 miles of streams in West Virginia, Kentucky and Virginia as “critical habitat” for the Guyandotte River crayfish and Big… Read More

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WATCH: The Senate Impeachment Trial of Donald Trump | January 29

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U.S. senators will get the first opportunity to ask questions of President Donald Trump’s attorneys and House managers on Wednesday after both sides were given three days to make their case for, and against, removing the president from office. During the Senate impeachment trial, House Democrats argued Trump abused the office of the presidency by… Read More

Alexander Spartans

Defense Carries Alexanders to Victory Versus Golden Rockets

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ALBANY, Ohio- Despite the Spartans playing without leading scorer, JK Kearns, the Alexander defense held strong against the Wellston Golden Rockets and came out with a 49-33 victory. After losing JK in the Spartans’ last game and a couple of players that were fighting the flu, Coach Jim Kearns told his team to come out… Read More

Federal Hocking Lancers

Federal Hocking Excels on Both Sides of the Ball in Win Versus Wildcats

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STEWART, Ohio- The Federal Hocking Lancers put the pressure on the Waterford Wildcats to create a back-and-forth game of three pointers and turnovers. Right from the beginning the Lancers came out strong. With having won 77-50 over the Wildcats, there was no question to if Federal Hocking had played well. This now makes their record… Read More

Meigs Marauders

Meigs Marauders Get the Job Done Versus Raiders for Three Straight Wins

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POMEROY, Ohio- Looks can be deceiving. For Meigs Marauders head coach Jeremy Hill, a 7-8 record coming into their Tuesday matchup was not representative of their true potential as a team. Hill feels the Marauders rankings in the TVC-Ohio doesnt tell the whole story  “We are actually a ball club that’s four points away from… Read More

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Eagles Come Out of Reedsville With Slim Win Over Miller

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REEDSVILLE, Ohio – Eastern enthusiasts filled their home gymnasium to watch the ardent Eagles, who sought a second consecutive win to follow their three-loss week. Though the visiting Miller Falcons posed a fair challenge, the Eagles stuck to their aggressive, bread-and-butter offense – going on to defeat the Falcons 50-46. From the tipoff to the… Read More

Athens Bulldogs Nelsonville-York Buckeyes

Nelsonville-York Hangs with Athens Early, but Falter in Second Half

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NELSONVILLE, Ohio- Coming off their biggest win of the season, the Athens Bulldogs may have overlooked the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes Tuesday night. The fast-paced game saw the teams trading buckets early, but the Buckeyes found themselves ahead deep into the second quarter. Down 26-20, the Bulldogs were on their heels against a motivated NY squad. From… Read More