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Daily Court Reporter - News FLYERS OUTLAST LA SALLE, 79-75

 

FLYERS OUTLAST LA SALLE, 79-75

DAYTON, Ohio - The University of Dayton Flyers prevailed over the La Salle University Explorers 79-75 behind a career-high 23 points by Matt Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh also hauled in nine rebounds and scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half while shooting 13-of-14 from the foul line for the game.

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Date Published: January 20, 2012

 

 

Ohio comprises one-fifth of Department of Justice’s Operation Synthetic Opioid Surge

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In a session recently Ohio senators unanimously approved a measure to authorize some state agencies, local governments and other boards, commissions and officers to deliver certain notices by ordinary mail and electronically instead of by costly certified mail.

Attorney General DeWine announces initiative to help child victims of crime

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Let the power of compound interest help your 529 plan take off

If you’ve been to the movies, or watched a multitude of TV series recently, you’ve seen many, many superhero stories. These champions always stretch themselves to overcome obstacles and to come to others’ aid. There’s a superhero in the financial world as well, a college savings superhero – compound interest. Its super powers can really make your Ohio 529 college savings plan soar!

Air Force updates to AFI-36-2903, dress and personal appearance

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Attorney General Sessions announces “operation synthetic opioid surge”

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Montgomery County sales tax & the general fund

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Record heights for Warren County tourism industry

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UD golf places 7 on MAAC Academic Honor Roll

The University of Dayton women's golf team placed seven student-athletes on the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Academic Honor Roll as announced by the MAAC office on Tuesday.

WSU’s Wampler to travel to São Paulo, Brazil

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Focused on your family’s future, you’ve been dutifully saving for your child’s higher education expenses in Ohio’s 529 Plan, CollegeAdvantage. Meanwhile, you keep reading articles showing that college costs are rising. As well as saving in a tax-advantaged 529 plan, your family can take additional steps to reduce higher education expenses before your student heads off to college. In fact, your child can even earn college credits while still in high school.