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Trimble Punches Ticket to Another District Finals Appearance

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ATHENS, Ohio – The Trimble Tomcats, better known as the “Convo Cats” this time of year, made their return to the Convocation Center on Tuesday night for their District semi-finals matchup against the eleventh-seeded South Webster Jeeps. The Tomcats’ experience on the big stage proved to be the difference-maker as they jumped out to an… Read More

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AG Wants More Time to Get Communities to Join Opioid Settlement Plan

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Friday is the deadline for Ohio communities suing drug makers and distributors to decide to continue with their lawsuits or join the state’s effort to reach what’s likely to be a massive settlement over the opioid crisis. Attorney General Dave Yost said there are several communities that haven’t yet had a chance to meet and discuss the… Read More

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Kentuckians Can Verify Restoration of Voting Rights Online

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Gov. Andy Beshear has announced a new effort to help Kentucky residents determine if they’re among the nonviolent felons now qualified to vote. The website unveiled Wednesday features a searchable database. It lets people find out if their voting rights were restored. It’s a followup to the executive order Beshear signed… Read More

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Arnold Sports Festival Bars Spectators, Cancels Expo Amid Coronavirus Concerns

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The Arnold Sports Festival in Columbus has become the largest mass gathering in the U.S. to be all but cancelled because of concerns surrounding the potential spread of the coronavirus. The biggest multi-sport festival in the world will not allow spectators at competitions and its large fitness expo has been canceled. Gov. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) made the announcement Tuesday evening in… Read More

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MELTED Interviews ’20: Bonnie Bloomgarden of Death Valley Girls

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Death Valley Girls will perform at MELTED on Saturday, March 14 at The Bluestone in Columbus (583 E. Broad St.), and WOUB spoke to Bonnie Bloomgarden a few weeks before the L.A.-based band’s performance about the band’s most recently released single “Dream Cleaver,” the band’s favorite spooky visual motifs, and their experience performing at the… Read More

Two polling places in downtown Cleveland near the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections were not moved for the March 17 primary, but 11 in the suburbs were.

Preparing for First-Ever St. Pat’s Primary Revealed Some Problems

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With Super Tuesday voting over, the focus will shift to the six states that will vote March 10, followed by Ohio and the three states that hold primaries on March 17. It’s the first time Ohio has voted on St. Patrick’s Day, and it’s created a few problems. Cuyahoga County Board of Elections director Tony… Read More

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Trimble Advances To District Finals

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Not many could have anticipated such a one-sided game as that between the Trimble Tomcats and the the South Webster Jeeps Thursday night. The Tomcats out hustled, out rebounded, and out shot the Jeeps on their way to a 68 to 38 victory –  the 3rd seeded Tomcats odds-on favorites. A slower pace prevailed through… Read More

Vivian Stockman portrait.jpg- Vivian Stockman is the 2020 recipient of the Women of Appalachia Project™ Appalachian Advocate Award.

The Women of Appalachia Project™ Announces Winner of 2020 Appalachian Advocate Award


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The Women of Appalachia Project™ (WOAP™) is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2020 Women of Appalachia Project™ Appalachian Advocate Award is Vivian Stockman, Executive Director, Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition, Huntington, WV. The award is given yearly to a woman who has dedicated herself to enhancing the wellbeing of Appalachian culture, Appalachian women’s health,… Read More