PRISCILLA TYSON TO RETIRE FROM COLUMBUS CITY COUNCIL
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Priscilla Tyson is retiring from Columbus City Council. She has been a councilmember since 2007 and announced Friday she is not seeking another term.
"Columbus is a special place, and I am humbled by the 14-plus years of civic, legislative service that you have entrusted to me. Our partnership has focused on maximizing job creation, economic development, safety, and high quality of life for all Columbus residents," she said in an emailed statement.
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Ohio State head coach Ryan Day announced his
next recruiting class as 17 student-athletes signed their national letters of intent on Wednesday. The class, which includes seven top-100 ranked prospects according to 247Sports, features 10 offensive players and seven on defense.
The class includes four wide receivers and
defensive backs, two offensive linemen and defensive lineman and one each at linebacker, quarterback, tight end and running back.