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Licking Valley grad 'barrels' into national spotlight

...softball and basketball, also running cross country and track. "But in the transition from middle school to high school, those sports would have required a lot more time," Schmitt said. "I played golf my...

Newark Advocate
Published 4 months ago
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Newsmakers: How Steve Lyons' background in golf prepared him for his new role with the Columbus Crew

...Columbus Business First Jul 18, 2019, 12:19pm EDT When Steve Lyons grew up in Powell, he went to school with a friend whose father, John Hines, ran Muirfield Village Golf Club and oversaw the Memorial Tournament....

Columbus Business First
Published 4 months ago
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No prison time for IUPUI volleyball coach found with 146 images and videos of child pornography

...no prison time, Frances Lee Watson, a professor of law at Indiana University's Robert H. McKinney School of Law, said: "What comes to my mind is that (Payne's) lawyer did a great job. "(Though), it is not...

Coshocton Tribune
Published 4 months ago
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Belated state budget includes income tax cut, retains controversial business tax break

...must be a registered Ohio business to receive the money. If you are concerned about state-imposed school takeovers, there will be a moratorium on them until Oct. 1, 2020. If you're in the class of 2023,...

Coshocton Tribune
Published 4 months ago

Buried in opioids, sickened community eyes drugmakers' role

...nearly everyone seems to have known someone who died from drug-related causes. Five children in one elementary school class were said to have lost a parent to an overdose death this past academic year. Login...

Bowling Green Sentinel Tribune
Published 4 months ago
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Football | Wooster 7-on-7s give area teams taste of competition

...at 5:20 PM Jul 18, 2019 at 9:45 PM WOOSTER — July football can be pretty dull sometimes. High school teams still face limits until August, when their practice schedule becomes much more rigorous. That...

Wooster Daily Record
Published 4 months ago
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Granville's Lewis recalls 1969 NASA internship, moonwalk

...studied aeronautics, astronautics and aerospace engineering. Purdue, he said, was a kind of feeder school for the military, as well as an incubator for the space program, and went on to produce not just scientists...

Granville Sentinel
Published 4 months ago
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Our view: Ohio age restriction on smoking, vaping the right step

...percent. A few sobering statistics from the 2015 Licking County Pride survey: 34.5 percent of high school seniors use tobacco annually 28.9 percent of high school sophomores say they have "very easy" access...

Granville Sentinel
Published 4 months ago
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Big Ten Notebook: Michigan State Spartans, Ohio State Buckeyes tops on preseason team

...famously refused to mention his rival by name as he and then-Michigan coach Bo Schembechler turned the schools' annual game into one of the country's biggest grudge matches. Earlier on July 18, Harbaugh assessed...

Cleveland Morning Journal
Published 4 months ago
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Big Pharma launches the opioid epidemic, Sen. Sherrod Brown gets rejected at the border, Sheriff Cliff Pinkney refuses to answer questions, and much more – This Week in the CLE

...is driving Trump’s fellow party members to take a stand against him. A former NFL player and high school football coach was sentenced to six years in prison this week for sexually abusing a student, and...

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Published 4 months ago
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Football: Young receivers hope to help replicate 2018 success

...program at Big Ten Media Day, a returning senior who stands 48 catches from eclipsing David Boston’s school career receptions record. Joining him are seniors Austin Mack and Binjimen Victor, each possessing...

Columbus Lantern
Published 4 months ago
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Akron's Goodyear Teams Up With NASA On Experiment to the International Space Station

...Volunteers from Goodyear will begin work Monday constructing an escape room that requires Akron Public School students to use STEM skills to find a way out. THE BUILDING ROOM / GOODYEAR TIRE AND RUBBER CO....

WKSU 89.7
Published 4 months ago

P&G veteran launches network for business women, moms

...said. A Cincinnati native, Carr grew up in Green Township. She’s a 2003 graduate of Oak Hills High School and received a bachelor’s degree in design from the University of Cincinnati in 2008. Carr joined...

Cincinnati Business Courier
Published 4 months ago
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Central Catholic celebrates Gene Kranz's contributions to Apollo missions Reminder: keeping pets safe during the heat wave

...began his career with NASA in 1960. His fascination in space can be traced to Central Catholic high school. A 1951 graduate, his intelligence shined through early. "When he puts his senior research paper...

WNWO NBC-24 Toledo
Published 4 months ago
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Rep. Joyce tacitly approves racism in opposing resolution condemning President Trump’s comments: Letter to the Editor

...fundamentally good person who has his constituents’ best interests at heart. His work with the Mayfield schools has bolstered that belief, because I am a teacher and a parent in this district. What I saw from...

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Published 4 months ago
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Florida schools to begin mental health education classes

... Shelby Lin Erdman, Cox Media Group National Content Desk TALLAHASSEE, FLA. — The Florida State Board of Education voted Wednesday to require public schools in the state to begin providing mental health...

Dayton Daily News
Published 4 months ago

Beauty and Brains: 6 Stars Who Went to HBCUs

...of her vocals? An honors student who majored in Psychology, K. Michelle also had her sights on law school. She turned down the corporate world because of her musical interests. Good move. Keisha Knight-Pulliam,...

WDBZ 1230 (Cinncinati)
Published 4 months ago

Columbus closes on Ohio State 'sheep farm' property

...parks spokesman. The city still plans to sell 15 of the acres to Dublin City Schools, whose Wright Elementary School is adjacent to the site. Wentzel recently wrote a letter to Mayor Andrew J. Ginther, Columbus...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 4 months ago
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Michelle Musser: ONU health-care outreach efforts enhance quality of life

...second to none when it comes to offering a high quality of life. From friendly neighbors to good schools and a strong sense of community, western Ohio is quintessential small-town living at its finest....

Lima News
Published 4 months ago
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Big Ten notebook: Retiring commissioner Delany talks about league not having rep in recent playoffs

...were reunited by that transfer. Locksley was an assistant at Maryland who recruited Jones in high school. Asked about Jones on Thursday, Locksley said, Obviously I had a very personal strong relationship...

Lima News
Published 4 months ago
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