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Former Ohio QB Bryant Accused of Sexual Harassment

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A former Ohio quarterback has been fired from his job because of sexual harassment. Cleve Bryant, the associate athletics director for football operations at Texas, was dismissed from the university last March after a university investigation. According to ESPN, an investigation within the Longhorns’ program determined “Bryant made repeated unwanted sexual advances toward a female… Read More

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Family Day At The Kennedy Museum Of Art


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Wendy McVicker speaks with Lisa Quinn, Jessica Lawn and Sally Delgado from the Kennedy Museum of Art about the upcoming Family Day on Sept. 24, 2011. The event includes activities from the Athens County Public Libraries, the Olsen/Blue Institute for Puppetry Arts and OU student interns and is centered around the exhibition, Jim Dine: Sculpture… Read More

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SLIDESHOW: Sept. 16, 2010 Tornado Aftermath


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On September 16, 2010, around 7 p.m., a tornado ripped through parts of Athens County and West Virginia.   In the aftermath, many residents were left to deal with the destruction and devastation, rebuilding their homes and sifting through rubble for their possessions.  WOUB asked contributors to submit their pictures of what remained after the… Read More

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WVU At Parkersburg Trying To Attract SE Ohio Students

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Some students at West Virginia University at Parkersburg who live in seven Ohio counties would pay lower tuition under a proposed policy. The policy would apply to students living in Athens, Guernsey, Meigs, Monroe, Morgan, Noble and Washington counties in Ohio who are enrolled in certain degree programs. The programs include business administration, Regents bachelor… Read More

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Athens Co. Juevnile Judge Supports New Competency Standards

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Athens County Juvenile Judge Robert Stewart says children are not miniature adults and that's why juevnile court competency standards are changing. A new state law will create new standards for determining whether juvenile defendants are competent for court. People in the legal and psychological communities say the new standards will protect the children and mean… Read More