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Muskies Plan to Compete with Scotties


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  As week eight approaches every game is significantly important regardless of your teams record. For Tri-Valley, the playoffs are in sight, but with a tough challenge awaiting them next week at Sheridan the Scotties have no room for error. Especially against a John Glenn football team that is playing their best football of the… Read More

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TVC Titans Clash in the Plains

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Long before the first snap under the balmy skies of week one, everyone had these last three weeks circled for the TVC-Ohio.  It was widely believed that Alexander, Athens, and defending conference champion Nelsonville-York could enter this final trifecta of battles with unblemished records. The anticipation paid off perfectly, almost.  The lone black mark on… Read More

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Share Your Ohio University Homecoming Memories


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Homecoming can be a magical time for Ohio University alumni, students and community members alike.   WOUB wants to hear your favorite homecoming memories.  Share your stories and pictures with us by emailing them to news@woub.org.  We'll compile them into an online scrapbook of past homecoming celebrations.  If you can't make it back to campus… Read More

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Zanesville Police Investigate Shooting


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Zanesville police are investigating a morning shooting that left one man with a gunshot wound to the neck. Detectives responded to the call from a house on 476 Spangler Drive around 7:40 a.m. today.        Joshua Roush, 27, told officers the shooting had taken place at a residence on Mead Street.   He… Read More

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Jackson Remains Dominant in SEOAL


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  1. Jackson – These Ironmen are flat-out storming through their competition. They just bested Ironton in what should be their toughest test of the season, 28-22. They’ll take on D1 Columbus team St. Charles this week.   2. Warren – This Andy Schob coached team continues to surprise. Their only in-conference loss was to… Read More

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Fallen Lancaster Firefighter Honored


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The 30th annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial service this weekend will pay tribute to Lancaster's Lieutenant Joseph McCafferty, along with 72 other firefighters from across the nation who died in the line of duty in 2010.   "He was the first Lancaster firefighter to die in the line of duty, and hopefully the last," said… Read More

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2 Girls 2 Europe


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Jan Hodson, assistant dean of the Honors Tutorial College at Ohio University, speaks with HTC students Gina Edwards and Jessie Cadle about their blog, 2 Girls 2 Europe, which documents their travels during the summer of 2011.

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Athens Plans for Halloween With New Safety Measures


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With the annual Halloween celebration in Athens a little more than two weeks away, city officials are putting final plans in place to keep partygoers safe. This year, planning includes the use of portable street lighting at the intersection of College and Mill Streets, as well as Stewart and Mill Streets. City Service Safety Director Paula Horan-Moseley explains… Read More

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Morning Audio Update For October 12

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People who work in Huntington could be paying two dollars more per week, and unfilled positions in the police and fire departments could remain empty — all in an effort to generate nearly 4.5 million dollars for the financially-strapped city. Plus, a three-judge panel has rejected a petition seeking the removal of Wood County Sheriff… Read More