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Stefan Grossman is a guitarist, singer, and teacher, often all at once. Here, in a concert recorded June 11, 2011, he entertains and instructs his audience as he regales them with stories of his life and music. Stefan Grossman pt 1 Stefan Grossman pt 2 Stefan Grossman pt 3 Videos Fur Peace… Read More
The McDermott man who was driving a car that crashed, killing two of his passengers, has been indicted by a grand jury in Scioto County. Plus, the Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents has requested a meeting with the Hocking College Board of Trustees. Listen here for your :60 audio update.
The McDermott man who was driving a car that crashed, killing two of his passengers, has been indicted by a grand jury in Scioto County. David Harshberger, 40, has been indicted on two counts of Aggravated Vehicular Homicide, two counts of Weapon Under Disability and one count of Possession of Drugs. In July, Samantha Tackett,… Read More
All right, football fans get ready for week one! This Friday kicks off the high school football season, and Gridiron Glory will be there to catch all the action. Look for our crews out at games in Gallia, Eastern, Parkersburg, Tri-Valley, and Lancaster. You can find Host Blake Brodie searching for the first "Fan of… Read More
Investigators in Lawrence County have identified a body found at an Ironton recycling center. They say the body of Donald Harrison, 56, of Huntington, West Virginia was discovered inside a pile of recyclable cardboard at Rumpke Recycling on Monday. The preliminary autopsy report shows no signs of foul play. But, officials at the Franklin County… Read More
An early morning fire at a vacant motel in Belpre has been ruled an arson. A State Fire Marshal's Office Spokesman says the former Belpre Budget Lodge caught fire around 1a.m. Investigators say they found evidence at the scene that indicates the fire was intentionally set. No one was injured in the fire. Detectives are… Read More
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A survey predicts a two percent drop in Labor Day travel by Ohioans, compared to last year's holiday weekend. Auto club AAA said Wednesday that the decline is anticipated because of recent uncertainty about the economy as well as rising air fares. Gas prices are not expected to have much impact. AAA says 71percent of… Read More
The Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents has requested a meeting with the Hocking College Board of Trustees. Trustee Mike Brooks says Jim Petro is going to address the board to give the group guidelines on proper board governance and point the board in a new direction. The Hocking College Board of Trustees has… Read More
The Ohio Department of Transportation says there will be a delay with the Ironton-Russell Bridge replacement project in Lawrence County. A bid opening was scheduled for October 6. ODOT now says "it is anticipated that the project will sell during the current fiscal year, or by June 2012." In a news release, ODOT says the… Read More