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OPINION Letters to the editor | Sunday, July 21

...running back Warrick Dunn. Well neither had I, so let me tell you his amazing story. While in high school, his mother, who was a police officer, was shot and killed while working her second job as a security...

Mansfield News Journal
Published 1 month ago

Matt Bevin limits scope of special session to reflect his pension bill

...separation of powers and drives a stake in the heart of legislative independence." The Kentucky General Assembly will be back in session at 8 a.m. on Friday. (Photo: CJ file photo) Rep. Joe Graviss,...

Cincinnati Enquirer
Published 1 month ago
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A smiling, waving Neil Armstrong statue greets visitors to downtown Wapakoneta

...different times during the year as he put the statue together and meet with the students at the middle school and explain how statues are made and how this particular one is made, the steps of it, how they’re...

Delaware Gazette
Published 1 month ago
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Village Academy in Powell closes its doors

...gbattishill@aimmediamidwest.com The Village Academy Board of Trustees announced Tuesday that the school — located at 284 S. Liberty St. in Powell — would be closing today and will not have a 2019-2020 academic...

Delaware Gazette
Published 1 month ago

Tri-County Aquatic championships give graduated swimmers one last hurrah

...breathe. Don't breathe,' and I got it," said Lochard, who will be an eighth-grader at Watkins Middle School. Nolan Schneider swims the butterfly for the Moundbuilders Piranhas in the 11-12 100 individual...

Pataskala Standard
Published 1 month ago
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Big Ten's Delany says old mistakes to blame for college woes

...areas are issues that have concerned me." Content Continues Below In the mid-'70s, the NCAA ruled schools no longer could provide athletes with a monthly living expenses stipend. "Cost of attendance" stipends...

WHIO 1290 AM/95.7 FM
Published 1 month ago

Trevor Lawrence, Clemson call ESPN’s Paul Finebaum comments “unprofessional”: Buckeye Breakfast

...center of gravity’ in the SEC. That starts with a commitment from Haynes King of Longview (Texas) High School, who is rated as the No. 79 overall player and No. 3 dual-threat quarterback in the class of 2020....

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Published 1 month ago
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Mulberry Circle: a neighborhood whose shared values still define us: Tom Wetzel (Opinion)

...kids, our little neighborhood was teeming with them, as the majority of parents were Roman Catholics schooled in fertility. Nearly all the children attended St. Felicitas school and, at one time, there was actually...

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Published 1 month ago
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Developer ready to take Everts Gym off city's hands

...local developer is ready to take the reins on the Everts Gym and Industrial Arts wing of the former school building and is just waiting on some final due diligence from the city. Jon Bialy, owner and CEO...

Circleville Herald
Published 1 month ago
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Westfall searching for next district leader

...someone who overall is a good human being and person and we’ll work from there.” Ty Ankrom, superintendent of the Pickaway County Educational Service Center (ESC), said the organization is assisting the...

Circleville Herald
Published 1 month ago

What the new state budget means for our area

...communities with economic development, public administration and public health services.” OU’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs in Athens will receive nearly $1.5 million to fund its co-op internship...

Athens Messenger
Published 1 month ago
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Religion briefs

...conclude with the awards ceremony beginning at 2:45 p.m. VBS offered LUDLOW FALLS — Vacation Bible School will be offered from 6-8:30 p.m. Aug. 5-9 at Grace Baptist Church, 2500 State Route 48, Ludlow Falls....

Piqua Daily Call
Published 1 month ago
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Penn State board keeps in-state tuition flat in coming year

...across the sprawling university system for a second year and for the third time in five years. The school's board, meeting in the Philadelphia suburb of Media, voted Thursday for a plan that will maintain...

WFMJ 21 - TV
Published 1 month ago
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Column: Appointed by a Republican, Justice Stevens had independent streak

...felt the situation called for it. A memorable, fairly early instance came in 1984 in Pennhurst State School and Hospital v. Halderman. The court held 5-to-4 that Pennsylvania's sovereign immunity prevented...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 1 month ago
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Letter: Columbus needs better, more equal health care

...disparities in many health care measures — some of the worst in the country. ... I sit on the medical school admissions board, and many applicants from all over the country express their shock at learning the...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 1 month ago
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Excessive heat could affect multiple big Butler County events this weekend

...6 things not to miss at The Ohio Challenge, Middletown’s iconic hot air balloon festival Event treasurer Dave Pearce said the Ohio Challenge has put in multiple measures to counter the heat, including...

Journal-News.com
Published 1 month ago

Choosing the Right Doctor for Your Medical Care

...internal medicine training, which requires a three-year residency program after graduating from medical school, general internists aren’t limited to one type of medical problem or organ system, making them especially...

Chagrin Valley Today
Published 1 month ago
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How to Take on the New School Year Like the Ultimate Overachiever

Ian McKenna, Pilot Pen 2018 G2 Overachievers Student Grant Winner. (StatePoint) A new school year is a clean slate. How are you going to make your mark? To help students everywhere gear up for a successful...

Chagrin Valley Today
Published 1 month ago
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Eighty-Eight Percent of Teachers Seek Book Discounts and More

...students. This need will be particularly relevant in coming months as teachers do their back-to-school shopping. Last year, teachers spent an average of $652 of their own money on classroom supplies, according...

Chagrin Valley Today
Published 1 month ago
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Community Calendar

July Pickaway County Board of Elections, July 22, 9 a.m., special meeting Teays Valley Board of Education, July 22, 6:30 p.m., regular session, high school community room Washington Township Zoning...

Circleville Herald
Published 1 month ago