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The Associated Press ranked Unioto tied for No. 12 in its Ohio division II girls high school basketball poll this week as they earned 15... [Read More]
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Unioto girls basketball defeated Paint Valley 51-19 at Paint Valley High School on Tuesday as the Shermans remained undefeated in the SVC. [Read More]
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Chillicothe took sole possession of first place in the FAC and the Unioto girls stayed atop the SVC. Here are takeaways from the week that... [Read More]
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McCloskey's 44 points, Chris Postage's three three's, and Hannah Stark's 26 points helped them make this week's poll. See the other nominees here. [Read More]
Unioto girls basketball stayed undefeated in the SVC on Tuesday with a 51-19 win over Paint Valley. Emily Coleman led Unioto with 15 points. [Read More]
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David and Wysong give their nitwits of the week for Jan. 17. [Read More]
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OUC Dean Martin Tuck recently gave an update on the new Academic Success project. [Read More]
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Ross County is currently under a level 2 snow emergency, meaning roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. [Read More]
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Zane Trace basketball defeated Huntington 60-46 behind 27 points from Cam Evans. Piketon defeated Unioto 52-47 in overtime on Saturday. [Read More]
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Volunteers for the Mobile Food Bank Market give up their time every second and fourth Monday of the month to help supply food to residents... [Read More]
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Roundup of Chillicothe police calls on Jan. 17, 2019. [Read More]
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The Mobile Market held its first food bank on Jan. 14 where more than 100 households were served. [Read More]
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Chillicothe basketball defeated Washington at home on Friday as the Cavs took sole possession of first place in the Frontier Athletic Conference. [Read More]
Briefs also include information about fire departments in Ross and Pike counties receiving grant money. [Read More]
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Middle school teacher, Robert 'Bob' Leach, was left stunned after receiving the Jaycees 2018 Citizen of the Year award. [Read More]
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Mayor Luke Feeney will host his monthly Neighborhood Office Hours from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday in the Fifth Ward at Paper City Coffee, 47... [Read More]
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