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Cincinnati CityBeat
That Which Divides UsIn the past year, intense tensions around race in America have re-emerged, spar
That Which Divides Us
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 5 days ago
In the past year, intense tensions around race in America have re-emerged, sparking protests, civil unrest and reams of media coverage. The conversation has deep relevance in Cincinnati, which experienced racially charged unrest over the 2001 police... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Education Insider: State teacher retirements hit new high Read Charlie Boss’ Education Insider column on Wednesdays. Education Blog Th
Education Insider: State teacher retirements hit new high
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 5 days ago
Read Charlie Boss’ Education Insider column on Wednesdays. Education Blog This past school year was a peak year for teacher retirements. We last talked to officials from the State Teacher... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Battlers set to host fall scrimmageCommunity members can meet players and coaches on the field starting at 6 p.m.
Battlers set to host fall scrimmage
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 5 days ago
Community members can meet players and coaches on the field starting at 6 p.m. as well as take photos and get autographs. Autograph sheets and a limited number of give-aways will also be given out. The meet and greet will end at 6:45 p.m. and after... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
The City of Xenia will host its first “Neighborhood Night Out” tonight where residents can meet city representatives learn about their job du
The City of Xenia will host its first “Neighborhood Night Out”
Dayton Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
tonight where residents can meet city representatives learn about their job duties, careers with city government and discuss concerns and updates related to city projects. The event will... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Ohio colleges get more money if more students graduateCentral State University welcomed its freshman class to campus last week. It’s
Ohio colleges get more money if more students graduate
Dayton Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
Central State University welcomed its freshman class to campus last week. It’s a group school officials say may be the most academically prepared in the college’s recent history. That’s not an accident. The historically black university upped its... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Are you tough enough, son?’COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “Th
‘Are you tough enough, son?’
Adelaide Now / Posted 10 days ago
COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “They used to show obscure sports on ESPN,” Holmes said, speaking from his office at Central State University, Ohio. “I had no idea what it was but I thought it was... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Are you tough enough, son?’COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “Th
‘Are you tough enough, son?’
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “They used to show obscure sports on ESPN,” Holmes said, speaking from his office at Central State University, Ohio. “I had no idea what it was but I thought it was... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘Are you tough enough, son?’COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “Th
‘Are you tough enough, son?’
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “They used to show obscure sports on ESPN,” Holmes said, speaking from his office at Central State University, Ohio. “I had no idea what it was but I thought it was... Read more
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Perth Now
‘Are you tough enough, son?’COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “Th
‘Are you tough enough, son?’
Perth Now / Posted 10 days ago
COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “They used to show obscure sports on ESPN,” Holmes said, speaking from his office at Central State University, Ohio. “I had no idea what it was but I thought it was... Read more
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The Courier Mail
‘He’s the answer to a trivia question!’COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “Th
‘He’s the answer to a trivia question!’
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
COACH Kevin Holmes first watched an AFL game more than 25 years ago on TV. “They used to show obscure sports on ESPN,” Holmes said, speaking from his office at Central State University, Ohio. “I had no idea what it was but I thought it was... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How I Remember Ooni SijuwadeIn 1998, I was privileged to be part of the first annual "Nnamdi Azikiwe Sympos
How I Remember Ooni Sijuwade
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
In 1998, I was privileged to be part of the first annual "Nnamdi Azikiwe Symposium on Africa and World Affairs" at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. The unique three-day symposium entitled Nigeria and the Future of Africa: Defining Issues for the... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Ohio sets aside $24 million for police trainingIf Beavercreek police officer Sean Williams followed all policies, procedures a
Ohio sets aside $24 million for police training
Dayton Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
If Beavercreek police officer Sean Williams followed all policies, procedures and laws when he shot and killed John Crawford III a year ago, then the department’s standards need to change, said a member of Gov. John Kasich’s community-police... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Research students’ UT work is timely 2 studies relate to microcystin Carol Stepien, director of the University of
Research students’ UT work is timely
The Toledo Blade / Posted a month ago
2 studies relate to microcystin Carol Stepien, director of the University of Toledo’s Lake Erie Center in Oregon, talks with University of Michigan student Yong-Joon Kim about his research project. Maybe it was... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Are body cameras new DNA evidence? | Dayton, OhioOne day after stunning footage from a University of Cincinnati’s own body camer
Are body cameras new DNA evidence? | Dayton, Ohio
Dayton Daily News / Posted a month ago
One day after stunning footage from a University of Cincinnati’s own body camera showed him shooting and killing Samuel DuBose, local law enforcement experts say they’re making plans to outfit their police departments with the equipment. But others... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Are body cameras new DNA evidence? | Dayton, OhioOne day after stunning footage from a University of Cincinnati’s own body camer
Are body cameras new DNA evidence? | Dayton, Ohio
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted a month ago
One day after stunning footage from a University of Cincinnati’s own body camera showed him shooting and killing Samuel DuBose, local law enforcement experts say they’re making plans to outfit their police departments with the equipment. But others... Read more
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