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Athens Candidates Face Off At Forum

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Athens mayoral candidate Randy Morris claims Mayor Paul Wiehl has placed "roadblocks" in front of some small businesses in town. Morris – a Republican – and Wiehl – a Democrat – appeared at a candidate forum Tuesday evening. Morris was critical of Wiehl in response to a question about job creation. "An awful lot of… Read More

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Afternoon Audio Update October 4


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Three Lucasville residents were arrested in Scioto County for possession of chemicals to manufacture methamphetamine. And a Marietta man is charged with stealing motorcycle parts and selling them on the internet. Details in your afternoon update.

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Jayhawktober: The Jayhawks In Athens County


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NPR's Mountain Stage will return to Ohio University's Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorum on Sunday, Oct. 9 for a live two-hour show. Now in its 28th season, Mountain Stage is heard Saturdays at 8 p.m. on the WOUB Radio Network. The show features five guest artists in a two-hour showcase, recorded for later distribution to more… Read More

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Man Pleads Not Guilty In Brick Theft


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The man accused of stealing bricks famous for their Nelsonville roots plead not guilty today on charges of theft and breaking and entering. According to Athens County Prosecutor Keller Blackburn, James Fayette, 42, allegedly took $1,000 worth of Star Bricks from another person between May 24 and June 2 of this year.   Judge Alan… Read More

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Ohio University Judiciaries Director Needs Questions Answered About Soccer Incident

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Ohio University's Director of Judiciaries needs to get some questions answered before deciding how to proceed with allegations of possible hazing against the men's club soccer team. Dean of Students Ryan Lombardi says representatives from the team met with Judiciaries Director Chris Harris yesterday afternoon. The team has been suspended from play and practice while… Read More