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Maps of the Ohio House (left) and Ohio Senate (right) districts passed  Sept. 16 by the Ohio Redistricting Commission.
Redistricting Commission passes revised district maps
By Emily Scott September 17, 2021

Shortly after midnight Sept. 16, the Ohio Redistricting Commission passed revised district maps for the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives,...

 Karen Meyers, assistant visiting professor at the Farmer School of Business, specializing in Legal Business Studies, likens the vaccine mandate to requiring construction workers to wear hardhats to protect them from falling debris.
Biden’s OSHA vaccine proposal stirs community conversations
By Michelle Miao September 17, 2021

President Joe Biden’s Sept. 9 announcement that all employers with over 100 employees must require vaccination or weekly COVID-19 testing is...

Oxford City Councilors will run unopposed for re-election Nov. 2
Oxford City Councilors will run unopposed for re-election Nov. 2
By Emily Scott September 17, 2021

Oxford City Councilors David Prytherch and Chantel Raghu are unopposed for re-election Nov. 2. Neither say they are planning vigorous campaigns,...

Once they enter the building, Talawanda High School students take off their coats and put on their masks.
End of virtual learning brings normalcy to Talawanda schools
By Claudia Zaunz September 17, 2021

Talawanda students are adjusting well to in-person classes and mask requirements after almost a month into the school year. In the past are...

Miami President Gregory Crawford pledges Miami University’s support to the Moon Shot for Equity initiative Wednesday in a ceremony with other college presidents at the Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati.
Miami joins ‘Moon Shot for Equity’ to help underrepresented students
By Meagan Holloway-Ragland and Hailee Perry September 17, 2021

Miami University, partnering with three other colleges and universities, joined a “Moon Shot for Equity” this week, designed to improve educational...

Quarantined players force cancellation of the Talawanda Braves football game on Sept. 10. The team expects to play Sept. 17.
Talawanda football resumes after last week's cancellation due to COVID-19
By Grace Callahan and Claudia Zaunz September 17, 2021

The Talawanda Braves expect to take the field at 7 p.m., Sept. 17, at Dayton Carroll High School after canceling last week’s football game...

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