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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

Andrii Zinevych (left) and Mariia Zinevych (right) pose for a photo together in Ukraine. This photo was taken on a trip to the Netherlands.

What life is like for a young couple living in Ukraine during Putin’s Invasion

Benjamin Weaver, Reporter March 15, 2022

Andrii Zinevych is scared to leave his apartment. He worries that if he steps outside, he could be grabbed off the street and forced to join The Armed Forces of Ukraine. His wife, Mariia Zinevych, has...

Russian Standard Vodka pulled from shelves in Ohio

Gavin Mitten , Reporter March 6, 2022

On Feb. 26, Gov. Mike DeWine ordered all 487 liquor agencies in Ohio to immediately pull all Russian Standard Vodka from their shelves. Russian Standard is the only overseas, Russian-owned vodka...

Russo-Ukraine war tensions rise amid recent conflict

Kaitlyn Finchler General Assignment Editor March 1, 2022

As of Feb. 24, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the United Kingdom and other European countries have conferred to decide what actions to take against Russia. Tension among Ukraine and Russia has...

President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will speak on Saturday as tension builds over Russian threat to Ukraine.

Biden warns Putin US will react ‘decisively and impose swift and severe costs’ if Russia invades Ukraine

Natasha Bertrand, Maegan Vazquez, Jasmine Wright and Donald Judd CNN February 12, 2022

(CNN) -- President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin that the US and its allies will respond "decisively and impose swift and severe consequences" on Russia should Putin decide to...

Russians went to the polls on July 1, 2020 to cast ballots in a nationwide referendum on constitutional amendments.The vote paves the way for Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has ruled for two decades, to remain in power until 2036.

Russian voters overwhelmingly back a ploy by President Vladimir Putin to rule until 2036

(CNN) -- President Vladimir Putin has won a resounding victory in his bid to stay in power until the middle of the next decade, as Russians voted overwhelmingly to endorse the country's political status...

Students donate to the pop-up food pantry located in the Student Multicultural Center on Nov. 13, 2019.

Campus Kitchen introduces pop-up food pantry

The Campus Kitchen found more ways for students to access its resources with pop-up food pantries. The Campus Kitchen Pantry currently hosts two food pantries weekly, on the second floor in Beall and McDowell...

Lucas Misera

Opinion: Trump’s coalition of doubters

Lucas Misera June 22, 2017

At a campaign rally Wednesday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, President Donald Trump promised his constituents that — despite a less-than-ideal start to his presidency — buyer’s remorse regarding his election...

Matt Poe

Opinion: Obama and Putin’s UN meeting another misstep

Matt Poe September 29, 2015

The most hostile relationship today does not come from the tabloids or your favorite reality television show. Rather, it features a pair of presidents and countries who cannot play nice with one another...

News on the go: April 25, 2014

Matt Merchant April 24, 2014

Bernie Kosar, former quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, was removed from his position as a sports TV broadcaster Wednesday. WKYC-TV President and General Manager Brooke Spectorsky disputed Kosar’s...

News on the go: March 19, 2014

Celia Fernandez March 18, 2014

Russian President Vladimir Putin redrew Russia’s borders and declared the Crimean peninsula part of the motherland on Tuesday. Emotions were high among Russians and Western leaders, some calling Putin...

Putin signs treaty to add Crimea to map of Russia

Vladimir Isachenkov, AP March 18, 2014

MOSCOW (AP) In a gilded Kremlin hall used by czars, Vladimir Putin redrew Russia’s borders Tuesday by declaring the Crimean Peninsula part of the motherland provoking a surge of emotion among Russians...

Obama will meet with Ukraine’s prime minister on Wednesday

John-Thor Dahlburg, AP &Lynn Berry, AP March 9, 2014

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday defended the separatist drive in the disputed Crimean Peninsula as in keeping with international law, but Ukraine's prime minister vowed...

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