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Editorial: The GOP plays chicken with Virginians’ health

VIRGINIA REPUBLICANS who are blocking expanded health coverage for the poor and disabled aren’t just at war with Obamacare. They’re also engaged in a crusade against hospitals, hospital executives and the ability of the state’s medical establishment to provide...
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Editorial: Aid to Ukraine tangled up in partisan politics

AMONG UKRAINE’S many problems, none is more pressing than a looming cash crunch. Even if it manages to avoid the dismemberment of its territory by Russia, the fledgling pro-Western government in Kiev could default unless it comes up with the money needed to meet debt...
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Editorial: Aid to Ukraine tangled up in partisan politics

AMONG UKRAINE’S many problems, none is more pressing than a looming cash crunch. Even if it manages to avoid the dismemberment of its territory by Russia, the fledgling pro-Western government in Kiev could default unless it comes up with the money needed to meet debt...
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Editorial: U.S., E.U. must stay the course on Russian sanctions over Ukraine

FOLLOWING THE failure of their diplomatic effort to persuade Russia not to seize Crimea, the United States and its allies must fashion a new policy toward the regime of Vladi­mir Putin: a long-term effort to counter and eventually reverse his aggression. After an orchestrat...
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Editorial: U.S., E.U. must stay the course on Russian sanctions over Ukraine

FOLLOWING THE failure of their diplomatic effort to persuade Russia not to seize Crimea, the United States and its allies must fashion a new policy toward the regime of Vladi­mir Putin: a long-term effort to counter and eventually reverse his aggression. After an orchestrat...

Herman Fredritz

Herman Fredritz, 91, of Alvada died at 2:30 a.m. Friday, March 14, 2014 at his residence. Visitation will be from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 18, 2014. The Mass will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at Our Lady of Consolation in Carey. Arrangements are pending at...

Rosemary Hohman

Rosemary “Mary” Hohman, 94, of Bowling Green passed away Friday, March 14, 2014. Rosemary was born in Tiffin, Ohio to the late John and Alma (Seifert) Fraley. On December 22, 1936 she met the love of her life Leo Hohman at a Christmas party and they were married...

Ball State surprises BGSU, 73-55

CLEVELAND — Ball State saw all five of its starters score in double figures as it stunned top-seeded Bowling Green State University 73-55 Friday in the Mid-American Conference women’s tournament semifinals at Quicken Loans Arena. The fifth-seeded Cardinals (18-15)...

Fostoria High’s Hunter Abell to play baseball at Baldwin Wallace

By ANDY WOLF SPORTS WRITER Fostoria High School senior Hunter Abell explored all of his options before settling on playing baseball at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea. “When I visited I was impressed with how nice the campus was, as well as the coaching, facilities and...
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U of M narrowly defeats Illinois

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Tracy Abrams had the ball right where he wanted it — in his own hands with a drive to the basket. The junior guard just came up short. Jordan Morgan scored on a layup with 7.9 seconds left Friday and Abrams missed what would have been the winning...
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