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Lancers Look Back On Historic Season Despite Loss in Tournament

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ATHENS, Ohio – One team defied the odds and had a breakthrough performance. That performance took them to the biggest stage of basketball in Southeast Ohio: The Convocation Center.  The Federal Hocking Lancers can be defined as a sleeper team that did nothing short of dominate in the 2019-2020 season. That domination allowed them to… Read More

Ohio Department of Health Director Amy Acton holds up a mask as she gives an update at MetroHealth Medical Center Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020, in Cleveland, on the state's preparedness and education efforts to limit the potential spread of a new virus which caused a disease called COVID-19. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, left, watches.

Ohio Investigating Potential New Coronavirus Case

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The Ohio Department of Health is waiting on test results for a new possible case of coronavirus. Officials say the Ohioan under investigation exhibits symptoms of respiratory illness and either recently traveled to China or interacted with someone known to have COVID-19. So far, seven people under investigation in Ohio have tested negative for coronavirus…. Read More

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New Effort Begun to Legalize Recreational Marijuana in Ohio

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A new effort to legalize recreational marijuana in Ohio is underway. The proposal is called the Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Amendment. Backers of the measure submitted the initial petition and 1,000 signatures to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office on Monday for review. Cleveland attorney Tom Haren represents a group wanting to legalize marijuana and… Read More

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Ohio Accepting Applications for Hemp Cultivation, Processing

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Department of Agriculture is accepting online applications from those interested in growing and processing hemp. Officials say the application window for the 2020 growing season opened Tuesday. The state Legislature legalized industrial hemp cultivation and CBD use and production last year in a bill Republican Gov. Mike DeWine signed… Read More

Ohio Republican Party Counsel Anne Marie Sferra at an Ohio Ballot Board meeting, requesting the Secure and Fair Elections Amendment be split into six different initiatives. The board landed on four different issues.

Ballot Board Splits Voter Rights Amendment into Four Petitions

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The Ohio Ballot Board has voted to split a voter rights measure into four separate potential ballot issues. The amendment, which includes constitutionally protected early voting and automated voter registration, could now circulate as four different petitions. The Ohio Ballot Board, with a 3-2 majority Republican vote, decided to split the “Secure and Fair Elections… Read More