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Gallia County Unofficial Election Results

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Republican incumbent for the Gallia County Commissioner, Harold G. Montgomery lead the race with more than 1000 votes over his Democratic challengerr, Justin Fallon. Montgomery received 3,918 votes while Fallon received 2,882 votes and unaffiliated challenger, Jack G. Rife, received 607 votes.  Voters passed a renewal tax for the County Council of Aging with 5,187… Read More

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Meigs County Unofficial Election Results

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Unofficial election results are in for Meigs County. Republican incumbent Tim Ihle is the unofficial winner in the county commission race. Ihle received 3,204 votes over Independent challenger Mick Davenport who received 2,398 votes.  Mary T. Byer ran unopposed in the county auditor race and received 4,303 votes.  Voters failed to approve the Meigs County… Read More

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Ohio Testing Samples For Uncommon Virus Sickening Children Across Midwest

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The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention will be testing samples from at least one Ohio children's hospital for an uncommon virus officials believe could be causing severe respiratory illnesses in children across the midwest. The CDC said the Enterovirus EV-D68 is has sickened hundreds of children across more than 10 states. Melanie Amato, the… Read More

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West Virginia Attorney General Sues President Obama

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West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is suing President Barack Obama's administration over allegations of hand-picking which laws to follow. The Republican's lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday. The filing by Solicitor General Elbert Lin targets an Obama administrative fix to let some people temporarily keep unqualified plans under… Read More

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Chemical Spill Bankruptcy

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Time is running out for residents and businesses affected by a January chemical spill in Charleston to file claims in federal bankruptcy court.   Claims must be filed with U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Charleston by Friday. Forms can be obtained and filed on the court's website.   Business losses must be accompanied… Read More

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Ohio Craft Brewers Face Potential Hops Shortage

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Talk to a microbrewer about hop varieties and you could be there a while. Remember Forrest Gump? There are 120 hop varieties worldwide. And craft brewers love their hops.  “There’s this big race to see who can put the most hops into a beer.” Eric Bean is Columbus Brewing Company’s brewmaster. On this morning, Columbus Brewing Company… Read More

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OU Students, Athenians Debated Marijuana Legalization At Baker Center

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The Campus Involvement Center held the "Amazing Blazing Marijuana Debate" Tuesday night. The six member panel included John Pardee and Mary Jane Bordan from the Ohio Rights Group, Dr. Joe Gay, Executive Director of Health Recovery Services, Inc., Reggie Robinson, Program Manager of Health Recovery Services, Inc., and Ohio University students Shelby Delp and Will… Read More