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Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Shane Wadsworth, inmate at the Portage County Jail, draws a pattern on fabric for uniforms that will later be sewn together by inmates Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014.

Inmate work program benefits inmates and community

Jacqueline DeMate November 9, 2014

The Portage County Jail is keeping its inmates busy. Sheriff David Doak noticed the inmates playing the same board and card games over and over again and wanted to change that. With the help of Major...

Issue 18

Issue 18 aims to prevent jail overcrowding for female inmates

Jacqueline DeMate October 31, 2014

Overcrowding of female inmates has lead the Portage County Jail to push for a $1.2 million tax levy on the Nov. 4 ballot.Portage County Sheriff David Doak said the jail began to see a spike in its female...

Joining Greek life provides friendship, community and fun

Jacqueline DeMate August 21, 2014

The first week of school begins the recruitment process for anyone hoping to join a fraternity or sorority this school year. Kent State has seven sororities and 18 fraternities that are divided amongst...

MaKayla Brown

Managing your schedule

Jacqueline DeMate August 19, 2014

Starting college can be a big change for high school students. Between classes, meeting new people and exploring a new town, school work can be hard to manage and some freshmen end up having to repeat...

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