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Oregon's Stanford eager to face OSU's Washington Oregon WR Dwayne Stanford looking forward to competing against Ohio State's Adolphus Washington Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1It8JhJ During their first AAU practice together in fourth or fifth grade Stanford remembered this week Washington made a drop-step move and elbowed his future high school teammate. The friends on opposite sidelines - Stanford a redshirt sophomore wide receiver at Oregon and Washington a junior defensive lineman at Ohio State - certainly mean business this week as they prepare for Monday night's national championship game. Comment?
Hill has been honored by several local teams and schools during her courageous battle with DIPG. Last month, Lawrenceburg High School retired her No. Comment?
After a two-month search, the Three Rivers Local Board of Education is set to approve the hiring of its new superintendent Tuesday, Jan. 13. Craig Hockenberry, the superintendent of Manchester Local Schools, will be on the Board's agenda to be hired as Three Rivers' new superintendent effective Feb. 2. The district partnered with Bill Sears of the Hamilton County Educational Service Center to conduct the superintendent search, after long-time superintendent Rhonda Bohannon announced that she will be retiring at the end of January. After an initial screening of the more than two dozen candidates who applied for the position, the Board interviewed nine candidates before narrowing it down to three finalists. Comment?
New chef at The Palace Sheatzely promoted to top position at fine-dining restaurant Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/16N03a8 There's a new executive chef at The Palace, the fine-dining restaurant at The Cincinnatian Hotel. Nathan Sheatzely has been promoted to the top spot after the departure of Joe West. Comment?
X File: Women's hoops, turnovers, apology demanded Exam week gives men's, women's hoops teams break from games Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1DBkoxG Two months ago when Xavier was picked to finish ninth among 10 Big East women's basketball teams, sophomore forward Maddison Blackwell made no bones about the much better Musketeers club people would see this season. "We're a lot more focused on what we're trying to do. Comment?
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