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    Report: VA facilities fall short in treatment for alcoholism

    Patients found by area VA medical centers to have possible drinking problems often received little or no follow-up assessment or treatment, according to a report released this week by the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General.

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    What’s behind a scientific theory

    From Orion: “To truly understand evolution, you must first understand science. Unfortunately, one of the most misused words today is also one of the most important to science: theory.

    SPECIAL WEEKLY SECTION: FOOD EXTRA

    Special Weekly Section: Food Extras

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    NWS: Winds causing ‘Enhanced Fire Danger’ today

    The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued a special weather statement because of the high winds this afternoon.
    HIV+ women in jail charged with prostitution

    HIV+ women in jail charged with prostitution

    Two known prostitutes with HIV are in Montgomery County Jail, awaiting their hearings on new charges.
    Local Woman publishes book about life with Parkinsons Disease thumbnail

    Local Woman publishes book about life with Parkinsons Disease

    Though she has always enjoyed writing and friends said she had a talent for it, April Allen Poe of West Carrollton never thought about publishing any of her stories until a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease altered the course of her life 16 years ago.

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    UD vs. UConn

    Arch: Flyers put scare into mighty Huskies

    Geno Auriemma said it best: “That is one of the best teams we’ve played in the last five years!

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    Fight over religious objection proposals shifts to Arkansas

    Indiana governor wants changes to religious-objections law

    Indiana Gov. Mike Pence asked lawmakers Tuesday to send him a clarification of the state's new religious-freedom law later this week, while Arkansas legislators passed a similar measure, despite criticism that it is a thinly disguised attempt to permit discrimination against gays.

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    Tara Reid

    Bony in a bikini: Is Tara Reid too thin for Miami?

    Tara Reid frolicked on the beach in Miami on Monday in a paisley-and-striped bikini. And some think the 39-year-old “Sharknado” actress looked way too thin, pointing out her visible rib cage and tiny thighs.
    Mike Tyson's former Ohio mansion

    Must-see: Tour Mike Tyson's abandoned mansion in Ohio

    New photos of boxer Mike Tyson's former mansion in Southington, Ohio, have gone viral. Johnny Joo, a photographer who focuses on abandoned buildings and structures, recently toured the home where Tyson lived in the 1980s.

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    Gambling bill calls for taxing ‘free play’

    A Butler County state senator hopes to generate millions more in revenue from gambling by taxing most of the “free play” given out by Ohio casinos and racinos.
    U-Haul project a win for Dayton Mall redevelopment plan

    U-Haul project a win for Dayton Mall redevelopment plan

    U-Haul has purchased the shopping center that formerly housed Dick’s Sporting Goods and h.h. gregg on Springboro Pike (Ohio 741) and intends to redevelop the site that recently was identified as a pivotal piece of a larger Dayton Mall-area improvement plan.

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    Setting a place at the table for hope

    Sometimes you just can’t fake happy. You’ve suffered a loss that’s just too big. A friend reminded me of that this week.
    Local Woman publishes book about life with Parkinsons Disease

    Local Woman publishes book about life with Parkinsons Disease

    Though she has always enjoyed writing and friends said she had a talent for it, April Allen Poe of West Carrollton never thought about publishing any of her stories until a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease altered the course of her life 16 years ago.