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Big MVL Games Loom on the Horizon


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With an MVL race that has five teams with a shot at the title, there are some games coming up that will have a significant impact in the conference race, including the week nine showdown between Sheridan and Tri-Valley.   WEEK 7 Tri-Valley @ New Lexington– The Panthers want to prove they are legitimate contenders…. Read More

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Local Boys Make Good

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Southeast Engine has come a long way from their beginnings in 1999 as a local college band in Athens, Ohio. They started as a folk-rock ensemble playing original material penned by singer/guitarist Adam Remnant, with a sound reminiscent of Wilco circa Being There. Since those early years, the band has found its own unique voice… Read More

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Burr Oak Lodge To Temporarily Close


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A combination of mounting repair costs and a change in management is forcing a state park lodge in Morgan County to close.   Ohio Department of Natural Resources spokeswoman Laura Jones says the Burr Oak Lodge and Conference Center will temporarily close at the beginning of next year.   Jones says the lodge's private operator,… Read More

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WOUB Alumni Return to Participate With Special Events During OU Homecoming Weekend

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Through the years, thousands of Ohio University students have trained for their future careers at WOUB Public Media. During Ohio University’s Homecoming weekend (Oct. 14 – 15) many will return to participate in special alumni programs. Friday, Oct. 14 Alumni “Newswatch” – "Newswatch," a 30-minute live news program produced by OU students, will air a… Read More

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A Career Fair Success Guide

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Each quarter, Ohio University hosts a Career Fair that allows students to explore possible internship and career positions. More than 100 companies from around the world participate, hoping to grab the interest of Ohio University students to fill positions. This event is highly competitive. However, students can employ some basic strategies to make the upcoming Career Fair… Read More

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OU Volleyball Looks Ahead


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The Ohio University Volleyball team stands undefeated after their 3 set sweep over Eastern Michigan earlier this month. It was the team’s fourth straight victory against MAC opponents, which puts them at a perfect 4-0 record in the conference. Ohio University Head Volleyball Coach Ryan Theis says he is proud of his players’ accomplishments. “We got a… Read More

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Area Teachers Plan Use Grants To Educate In Unconventional Ways

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The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio announced seven Athens County teachers as recipients of the Walmart Foundation Strive for Excellence Mini-Grants Initiative. FAO partnered with the Walmart Foundation to support education in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine, and fund projects and programs proposed by area teachers. Nelsonville York Elementary Teacher Tina McWilliams… Read More

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Morning Update for October 5

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Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Jim Petro says the Hocking College Board of Trustees needs to let the school's president make the day to day decisions. Plus, Democrat Earl Ray Tomblin has won a special election for governor in West Virginia. Listen to your audio update here.

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Tomblin Wins WV Governor Election

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Democrat Earl Ray Tomblin has won a special election for governor in West Virginia, overcoming Republican attempts to tie him to President Barack Obama and the health care plan. Tomblin has served as acting governor since Joe Manchin stepped down in November after he won a U.S. Senate seat. Tomblin defeated Republican drilling executive Bill… Read More