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Rule change could eliminate art, music, some fear

 

A proposed change to a long-standing rule that some say could lead to the elimination of music, art and physical education on the elementary school level has not been well received in Delaware County.

Last Updated on Thursday, 13 November 2014

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Worker dies in eastern Ohio oil facility explosion

SUMMERFIELD, Ohio (AP) — Authorities say a worker at an eastern Ohio oil well has died in an explosion at the facility.

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2 justices won't step down in death penalty case

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Two Ohio Supreme Court justices say they won't step down from a death penalty case despite an attorney's allegation of potential bias.

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Man says wife's remains were lost in the mail

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The cremated remains of an Ohio woman that were supposed to be delivered to her husband didn't arrive as scheduled or in time for her funeral, and now the U.S. Postal Service is trying to figure out what happened to the package.

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Ohio sees cold temps, first snowflakes

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Parts of Ohio are seeing the first snowflakes of the season.

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Ohio elderly couple found dead with gunshot wounds

EAST CANTON, Ohio (AP) — Authorities in northeast Ohio are investigating the deaths of an elderly couple found in their home with gunshot wounds.

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Toledo officials scale back drinking water testing

TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Toledo is scaling back testing of its drinking water because the threat of contamination from algae on Lake Erie is over.

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Ex-Ohio development chief settles ethics complaint

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A one-time development director to Ohio Gov. John Kasich has agreed to repay the state $21,000 after failing to properly report that he worked for two state entities simultaneously.

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