The Telegram News
December 10, 2018
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  • The Ohio State Highway Patrol remains committed to removing impaired drivers from Ohio’s roads before senseless tragedies occur. During the first 10 months of 2018, troopers made 22,432 arrests for impaired driving resulting in 51 fewer OVI-related fatal crashes.
  • Lady Rockets stifle River Valley, 62-37
    WELLSTON – The Wellston Lady Rockets stifled River Valley’s offense to claim a 62-37 victory in a TVC-Ohio Division girls’ basketball game on Thursday night.
  • Rio Professor Emeritus publishes 12th book
    A University of Rio Grande Professor Emeritus has recently published his 12th book. Former Professor of History Ivan Tribe has spent several years researching the history of country and folk music throughout Appalachia. Tribe’s latest book, Folk Music in Overdrive: A Primer of Traditional Country and Bluegrass Artists, is a collection of articles focusing on the history of lesser-known artists who were important in shaping the culture of their musical genre. Tribe said he first became interested in researching folk and traditional country music from research for graduate school.
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