Local officials report overdose drug has saved lives
By Claire Giesige
CVS and Kroger pharmacies recently announced their Ohio stores will sell naloxone, an opioid overdose reversal drug, without requiring prescriptions. Local officials view the increased availability of the antidote as largely positive.
In a recent editorial, Attorney General Mike DeWine noted his office supported the chains' decision to sell naloxone, also known as Narcan. [More]
ST. HENRY - The old coaching adage of free throws being important rang true Friday night in the annual Backyard Battle between Coldwater and St. Henry.
The Redskins made 80 percent of their free throws, which helped tremendously down the stretch as they held off a late charge by the Cavaliers and picked up a 70-67 win in the regular season finale for both teams. [More]