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Scores: September 9th


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Gridiron Glory has week three scores from around southeast Ohio. Check back frequently for updates. TVC-Ohio: Athens 19 Warren 14   Unioto 0 Alexander 35   Meigs 39 River Valley 7   Gallia 14 Wellston 12   Jackson 42 Vinton County 0   Berne Union 0 Nelsonville-York 57   TVC-Hocking: Belpre 14 Southern 20  … Read More

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Athens High School Matrix Submits 9-11-01 Memories


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The editors and writers of the Athens High School student-run newspaper, Matrix, submitted their memories of 9-11-01.   Many of the storytellers were in kindergarten or elementary school at the time and offer a unique, early memory.  They shared the stories "so that student perspectives can also be included," their editors explained in an e-mail… Read More

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WV Supreme Court Unveils New Website

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The West Virginia Supreme Court is making it easier to access online information about the state's judicial system.    The court announced the launch of new website today. Visitors to the court's previous website will be redirected to the new one. Improvements include a unified look for all pages and one list that combines all decisions issued during a term of… Read More

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Your 9-11-01 Memories Submitted to WOUB


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WOUB asked listeners, viewers, and visitors to share their 9-11 memories on our website.  Their contributions are listed below.  This page will be updated as we receive your stories. Tony Castricone, Winston-Salem, NC: I'll never, ever forget where I was when we were attacked the morning of 9/11. I was at WOUB. The Today Show was… Read More

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Vinton County Gets $50,000 grant


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Vinton County has been given a $50,000 grant to address the lack of quality affordable housing in the region. The grant is a part of $1.2 million approved by the state for the Community Development Block Discretionary Grant Program. The funds will help the Ohio Community Development Corporations Association conduct an affordable housing market research… Read More

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Arrest In Scioto County Murder Case

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An arrest has been made in a Scioto County murder case. Sheriff Marty Donini says Samuel Jordan, 45, of McDermott has been charged with murder and tampering with evidence. Investigators say Jordan stabbed Kenneth Layne, 45, to death on Tuesday. Layne, also of McDermott, died as a result of multiple stab wounds. Detectives say there… Read More