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Ohio State Athletic Director Has Message For Notre Dame

After adding USC and UCLA from the Pac-12, the Big Ten Conference is hoping to add a prized school that's much closer to their home base: Notre Dame. One person who is a strong voice in advocating for Notre Dame's admission into the Big Ten is Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith, a Notre Dame alum.
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Mackenzie Bart Leaving 10TV: Where Is the Ohio Meteorologist Going?

Mackenzie Bart was Columbus residents’ favorite source of the latest weather updates. However, the Ohio weather anchor is moving on to the next step of her career. Mackenzie Bart announced she is leaving 10TV in Columbus. WBNS-TV viewers who have followed her atmospheric rise in broadcast meteorology want to know where she is heading next and if she will remain in Columbus. Here’s what Mackenzie Bart said about leaving 10TV.
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Vagabond Salon and Spa welcomed

The City of Washington Court House welcomed Vagabond Salon and Spa recently with a new business plaque. The full service salon and spa, located at 147 S. Fayette St., offers hair, nail and aesthetic services, as well as permanent makeup, spray tanning, teeth whitening and much more.
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Persinger Pilates welcomed

The City of Washington Court House recently welcomed Persinger Pilates with a new business plaque. Located at 120 W. Court St., Suite 1 (second floor), Persinger Pilates is a calm space filled with natural light that uses unique machines to help strengthen your core, find your alignment, while toning and stretching your body. The business is open Monday-Saturday, times vary.
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Watershed Distillery shares tasty smoked ribs recipe

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX — It's the Fourth of July weekend and that means picnics and barbeques. Watershed Distillery stopped by Good Day Columbus to share a tasty recipe for their smoked ribs. For the summertime the restaurants also released a special released Strawberry Gin. To check out Watershed Distillery's...
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Pickerington Fireworks Watch Party at Combustion Brewery & Taproom

Join Combustion Brewery & Taproom on Monday, July 4 from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. for a day full of patriotic fun and fireworks! Start your day by stopping in after the parade for lunch and enjoy fresh beer and cider! Schmidt’s Sausage Truck will be there from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Empanadas & More will be hanging out from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. The patio, beer garden, and greenspace provide an awesome view of the fireworks, so grab your lawn chairs and blankets and get a spot early!
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ResortPass Lets You Book a Rooftop Pool Day Downtown

Looking for a place to chill with a great view of the city? With ResortPass, you can book yourself (and a friend or two) a daycation at the Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel, without having to book a room. When you book your daypass, you’ll be able to enjoy the rooftop...
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Ohio businessman pairs wine and cheese to honor his Swiss heritage

DOVER, Ohio — Selling cheese is just one way that Chad Schindler is following in his dad’s footsteps. “The cheese factory here started out as a farmer's co-op in 1933," he said. "It was bought by my family in 1977, and originally we were a Swiss cheese factory."
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Columbus Zoo announces death of 4-year-old Tasmanian devil, Sprout

COLUMBUS — The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium has announced the death of its 4-year-old Tasmanian devil, Sprout. According to the zoo, Sprout, passed away on Wednesday, June 27. Sprout suddenly showed an increased respiratory rate, abdominal contractions, and weakness, the zoo said. “Our Animal Health team anesthetized Sprout and...
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Gardening: Coexisting with critters takes ingenuity to make plant buffet less appetizing

Most gardeners like to see wildlife frolicking in the yard, and will tolerate some low-level infrequent damage to certain garden plants in an effort to coexist with Bambi and Thumper. Nevertheless, when your favorite plants disappear one by one each night, you may find yourself looking for ways to minimize the damage caused by the critters that also call your landscape home.
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