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Congress mulls cap on what Medicare enrollees pay for drugs

...Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, a Democratic presidential candidate. In Des Moines, Iowa, retired special education teacher Gail Orcutt is battling advanced lung cancer due to radon exposure. Although she...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 1 month ago
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Crain's editorial: Get moving

...will need to be a fast process, since the biennial state transportation budget needs to pass the General Assembly by March 31. But the state will be addressing problems that have been festering for many...

Crains Cleveland Business
Published 1 month ago
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Mitch Balser after Wittenberg’s second straight NCAC title: ‘All I ever wanted’

...one of the most unique resumes of any player in the history of the league. The Centerville High School graduate Balser lost in the NCAC final with Wooster as a freshman in 2016, won a NCAC tournament title...

Springfield News Sun
Published 1 month ago
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Congress mulls cap on what Medicare enrollees pay for drugs

...Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, a Democratic presidential candidate. In Des Moines, Iowa, retired special education teacher Gail Orcutt is battling advanced lung cancer due to radon exposure. Although she...

WFMJ 21 - TV
Published 1 month ago
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Policy Matters calls for a state budget that invests in people, communities

...people and communities have been deprived of sufficient funding to meet Ohio’s needs. From public schools to public transit, Policy Matters Ohio is calling on the governor and state legislators to end the...

Highland County Press
Published 1 month ago
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Congress mulls cap on what Medicare enrollees pay for drugs Congress mulls cap on what Medicare enrollees pay for drugs | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports

...Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, a Democratic presidential candidate. In Des Moines, Iowa, retired special education teacher Gail Orcutt is battling advanced lung cancer due to radon exposure. Although she...

WBNS CBS 10 Columbus
Published 1 month ago
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Food, fellowship and fundraisers

...please plan to attend this yearly Covington tradition. On that same night, the annual Covington High School Spaghetti Supper will be held. Dinner will be served from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the K-8 school cafeteria....

Troy Daily News
Published 1 month ago
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More Stark schools are EdChoice schools

...2019 at 9:00 AM Some students in the Alliance, Fairless, North Canton, Northwest, Plain and Perry school districts are now eligible to receive state-funded vouchers that will help pay for their tuition at...

Alliance Review
Published 1 month ago

Flight instructor, teen student killed in Massachusetts plane crash

...of Norwood. WFXT learned that the two victims, both males, were an instructor and student at the school, and the plane had taken off from Norwood Airport. The pilot was identified as 31-year-old Sydney...

Dayton Daily News
Published 1 month ago

Better to cancel school than to issue 2-hour delay? Some New Hampshire parents think so

...Foster's Daily Democrat (Dover, N.H.) Sunday Feb 24, 2019 at 8:58 AM ROCHESTER, N.H. — Thanks to school districts’ investments in technology and curriculum tools known as blizzard bags, some parents say...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 1 month ago

Around Town: Football players en pointe for Tutus fundraiser

...It is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. March 9 at Umstattd Performing Arts Hall. The event pairs area high school football players with Canton Ballet dancers. This year’s judges are Rachel Baribeau, college football...

Massillon Independent
Published 1 month ago

Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis: 'Education unlocks all the doors'

...Bettis was one of the best athletes in Michigan history, a football player who dominated at the high school, college and professional levels. And yet, his playing days ended before he was old enough to run...

Massillon Independent
Published 1 month ago
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More Stark schools are EdChoice schools

...2019 at 9:00 AM Some students in the Alliance, Fairless, North Canton, Northwest, Plain and Perry school districts are now eligible to receive state-funded vouchers that will help pay for their tuition at...

Massillon Independent
Published 1 month ago

Food, fellowship and fundraisers

...please plan to attend this yearly Covington tradition. On that same night, the annual Covington High School Spaghetti Supper will be held. Dinner will be served from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the K-8 school cafeteria....

Piqua Daily Call
Published 1 month ago
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Kevin Love and Channing Frye help young cancer patient make his first dunk at the Q

...tumor. He was diagnosed with a rare soft tissue cancer called non-rhabdomyosarcoma and is undergoing aggressive chemotherapy treatments. DJ is a student at Louisville Elementary School in Stark County.

WJW TV - My Fox Cleveland
Published 1 month ago
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Hall of Famer Jerome Bettis: 'Education unlocks all the doors'

...Bettis was one of the best athletes in Michigan history, a football player who dominated at the high school, college and professional levels. And yet, his playing days ended before he was old enough to run...

Canton Repository
Published 1 month ago
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More Stark schools are EdChoice schools

...2019 at 9:00 AM Some students in the Alliance, Fairless, North Canton, Northwest, Plain and Perry school districts are now eligible to receive state-funded vouchers that will help pay for their tuition at...

Canton Repository
Published 1 month ago

George Will - The Supreme Court can undo past confusion

...displays of the Ten Commandments are constitutional, and what cannot be said to “solemnize” a high school football game in Texas, where football hardly needs solemnity infusions. The court has held that books...

Defiance Crescent News
Published 1 month ago

Congress mulls cap on what Medicare enrollees pay for drugs

...2019 @ 9:09 AM Updated: Sunday, February 24, 2019 @ 9:08 AM By: Associated Press Retired public school teacher Gail Orcutt, of Altoona, Iowa, looks over some of the prescription drugs she takes, Friday,...

WHIO 1290 AM/95.7 FM
Published 1 month ago
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Fashion in fuchsia is color for Victory Center event

...children and teen models were on hand to steal the show. During intermission, Kim Buehler of the Toledo School for the Arts sang. Kudos to fashion show choreographer Katie Maskey, owner of Studio K Coaching, and...

Toledo Blade
Published 1 month ago
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