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Kasich to bring bill to Ohio

Poll shows support for repeal

With a recent Ohio poll showing a widening gap between supporters and opponents of Ohio Senate Bill 5, local politicians are taking sides on the controversial law.

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City Council: Athens pays off 31-year-old fine

After paying off nearly $2 million worth of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency fines, Athens City Council is breathing a sigh of relief. However, the sigh isn’t coming from an increase in budgetary breathing room, but rather an end to more than three decades worth of fine payments.

Long-Awaited Homecoming

Long-Awaited Homecoming

President Barack Obama announced Friday he would withdraw all American troops from Iraq by the end of 2011, but for members of Ohio University’s Army ROTC program ending more than eight years of conflict isn’t so cut-and-dry.

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Man charged with sex crime unfit for trial

A 39-year-old man charged with gross sexual imposition will have his trial delayed for one year while his competency to stand trail will be tested at a Columbus behavioral health care center.

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A Grave Undertaking

For some, retirement means leaving the working world and picking up a general hobby. But for Marcia Van Bibber and her husband, Eddie, it means taking that hobby and transforming it into a small business.

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Newly illegal drugs go up in smoke

As of yesterday, Ohioans are no longer allowed to possess, sell or manufacture chemicals found in “bath salts” and synthetic cannabinoids, both of which obtain chemicals that produce similar effects to that of marijuana.

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