IS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2013 - VERSAILLES HIGH SCHOOL
Faber, Buchy Honor Versailles Athletics on Championship Titles
COLUMBUS– Senate President Keith Faber (R–Celina) and Representative
Jim Buchy (R-Greenville) today honored Versailles High School for its
three state championship titles this year, including the Versailles
High School Girls Track and Field Division III State Champions, the
Versailles High School Girls Volleyball Division III State Champions,
and Michael Davidson, the 2013 Boys Bowling State Champion. “Versailles
High School has proven to be a powerhouse not only in academics, but
also in athletics,” Faber said. “With... Read
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US Congress strikes bipartisan budget deal
By James Politi in Washington
US budget negotiators on Tuesday night struck a bipartisan deal to set
spending levels until 2015, breaking the latest fiscal logjam in
Congress and stopping a cycle of crisis-driven economic policy making
in Washington. The agreement is small in size – worth $85bn – but may
herald the return of an era...
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Ansonia holds on for conference victory Bradford still looking for first win of the season
By George Starks
ANSONIA - When asked how he thought things went, Ansonia coach Darrick
Barga said, “We got the win. It was ugly.” After jumping out to the
early lead, it was all Ansonia could do to stave off a stubborn bunch
from Bradford Tuesday. In the end, the Tigers... Read More. More Sports.
U.S. SENATOR SHERROD BROWN
Standing with Walmart
Workers on Black Friday
Last Friday, Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and other Members of Congress
expressed support for Walmart workers who were calling for Walmart to
end illegal retaliation against its employees and to publicly commit to
improving working conditions by providing workers with more full-time
work and a living wage. Senators Sherrod Brown and Ed Markey (D-MA),
along with Representatives Jan... Read
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OHIO DEPT. OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Ohio Hunters Harvest more than 75,000 Deer during Weeklong Gun Season Coshocton County leads deer harvest for the third consecutive year
COLUMBUS, OH – Ohio hunters checked 75,408 white-tailed deer during the
weeklong gun hunting season, Dec. 2-8, according to the Ohio Department
of Natural Resources (ODNR). “With the muzzleloader season and almost
two months of archery hunting... Read
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GREENVILLE POLICE BEAT
Lying to police leads
to additional charge
GREENVILLE - On Dec. 2 police stopped Tamara Swartz for speeding on
Chestnut at Oak Street. Swartz said she had an emergency and needed to
get her son to the hospital because he’d had a seizure. Swartz refused
an offer of an ambulance and advised she was going straight to the
hospital. She was issued a warning and sent on her way. The officer
then noticed... Read
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Christmas Credit Card
by Amy Payne
What if you had no spending limits this holiday season? You could take
that dream ski vacation you’ve always wanted…and buy all new ski gear
for your family to take on the trip…wait, why are you renting a cabin?
Go ahead and buy that cabin! And don’t forget the private jet that will
take you there… This is basically how Washington spends... Read
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THE EDITOR... ON THE INSIDE - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2013
Photo: At CNO, we are sad to hear of the passing of 16-year-old Corynna
Strawser today. As she suffered her devastating disease, her heart and
courage was an inspiration to us all. Rest in peace now, young lady.
You are forever in our hearts; you will be missed. Paul
Ackley’s cartoon for
this week has
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Favorite Sports Photos: New pics posted Sept. 15. Classifieds:
New listings posted November 13. In Community: DAR sponsors Christmas trees. News: Lawmakers to budget committee: Don't throw feds under the bus. Obituaries: Helena W. Frantz. Yesterday's
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