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Player of the Year Profile: Jeremy Willison


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  Get to know "Player of the Year" candidate, Jeremy Willison, a little better. Will his agility and swiftness be enough to make him this year's "Player of the Year?" Find out this Friday at 11:30 p.m. on WOUB. Name: Jeremy Willison Position: Running Back School: Maysville Grade: Senior Panthers’ Record: Overall 5-5, MVL 5-3

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JobsOhio Chief Visits Southeast Ohio Counties

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JobsOhio head Mark Kvamme toured several southeast Ohio businesses during an economic development tour last week.   On Wednesday Nov. 9, Kvamme met with business leaders, energy producers and Representative Andy Thompson from the 93rd District.   "Visiting several important communities in southeast Ohio with Representative Thompson and key business leaders was a tremendous benefit… Read More

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Morgan Co. Pipeline Explosion

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Update 3:55 p.m. Investigators from the State Fire Marshal's office are waiting on the all-clear from the Tennessee Gas company to start looking into what caused a morning gas pipeline explosion in Homer Township. At a press conference, State Fire Marshal's spokesman Shane Cartmill said the two investigators assigned to the case have not yet… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for November 16

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The leader of the Ohio House says state lawmakers are still discussing a revised congressional map. Plus, more than 80,000 people have signed an online petition calling on a Ross County school district to change its bullying policy. And, authorities say a 13-year-old boy is expected to change his not guilty plea in juvenile court.

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Executions Could Increase In Ohio

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Ohio could execute at least seven killers next year now that an unofficial moratorium on capital punishment has ended in the state and numerous inmates exhaust decades-old appeals. The change could come after a federal judge's examination of the state's execution procedures and an unrelated decision by Gov. John Kasich to spare two prisoners halted… Read More