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Despite the national hype, Meyer plans to keep the Buckeyes grounded

Last year Urban Meyer started the season with a program in need of repair, but he still had expectations of his first Ohio State football team. ...

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Beatty announces tele-townhall with district

Congresswoman Joyce Beatty will hold a district-wide tele-townhall meeting to discuss the federal issues facing the district and the nation. ...

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Meechie – Personal data

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Food processing, employment center coming to Weinland Park

The Community Economic Development Corporation of Ohio (CEDCO) kicked off its campaign to build a state-of-the-art food-processing and employment center in Weinland Park on Thursday. ...

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Going forward

Last weekend, hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Washington, D.C. taking up the rallying cry for more jobs and racial justice. ...

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Latest March on Washington more diverse

The 50th Anniversary for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom celebrated a more diverse coalition and needs, but the central themes resonated around voting rights, jobs, gun violence and equality in minority communities. ...

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Obama holds King as personal hero

Barack Obama was 2 years old and growing up in Hawaii when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. ...

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Former OH Governor, dies

(AP) – Former Ohio Gov. and U.S. Rep. John J. Gilligan, a liberal Democrat whose creation of the state income tax was his most lasting accomplishment and also the undoing of his political career, died Monday. He was 92. Gilligan's daughter Kathleen Sebelius, a former Kansas governor, in 2009 became Health and Human Services secretary under President Barack Obama. "Jack Gilligan lived his life in service to ...

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Meechie – Support our schools

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Author-critic Albert Murray dead at 97

Albert Murray, the influential novelist and critic who celebrated black culture, scorned black separatism and was once praised by Duke Ellington as the “unsquarest man I know,” died Sunday. He was 97. ...

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