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Heart, desire, and persistence are three things the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers did not lack Monday night. The Lancers traveled to the Miller Lady Falcons home court to win the game by just a point. One free throw was all the Lady Lancers needed to slide by the Falcons. The final score was 35-36. Miller… Read More
New at WOUB: A twice-weekly sports update, quickly covering Ohio University, Marietta College and area high school sports. Each Monday and Thursday, WOUB will take you through all those athletic programs with a video update. The segment will be called the "WOUB Express," and it will take you around our coverage area. @BobcatShowcase
A Washington County sewer association has agreed to connect to the county's collection system in an effort to settle water pollution violations. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency reports White Oak Sewer Association had been discharging raw sewage into the South Fork of Wolfe Creek. The violations date back to 2008. According to a release from… Read More
Tyler and Ross Pilmore are brothers and teammates on Ohio's club hockey team. Justin Sampson, the radio broadcaster for Ohio Bobcats' hockey, profiles the brothers. @BobcatsHockey @BobcatShowcase
Ohio University plans to close a graduate and family housing apartment complex at the end of the school year. And an Ohio University alumna and Ohio Supreme Court justice plans to run again for her seat. Details in your afternoon audio update.
For Rachel Stearns, swimming is a passion she has held her whole life. Being born into a family of swimmers, both parents being swimmers and her father being a coach, it was inevitable that her fate would be in the water. As a toddler her parents constantly put Rachel in swim lessons and by the… Read More
Some Ohio University graduate students and their families will be looking for a new place to live in the next 6 months due to the fact that their on-campus apartment complex is closing. Residential Housing will be closing the Wolfe Street apartments when current leases expire on June 15, 2012. The building is a 52-unit… Read More
Third Sun Solar has been chosen as a semi-finalist for the 2011 TechColumbus Innovation Awards. The awards recognize outstanding achievements in technology and innovation in Central Ohio. The Athens based company is a growing firm serving Ohio and the surrounding states from offices in Athens, Columbus, Cincinnati, and Akron. The company's solar energy projects have… Read More
Despite the fact that he considers himself a “weekend artist,” Athens resident John McVicker was invited to take part in an exhibition at the prestigious Cavin-Morris Gallery in New York City. The exhibit, titled Obsessions Collective: Works by Artists of Extreme Interest, is being curated by the avant-garde composer and saxophonist John Zorn, who knew… Read More
An advanced telecommunications and software technology company is making its way to Gallipolis in March. Maryland-based BTS Software Solutions is dedicated to the advancement of cellular technologies in both the U.S. Government and commercial sector. CEO Sean Lane says he is expanding the company to Gallipolis to improve innovation in his hometown. County Commissioner Joe… Read More
Police say a southeastern Ohio man suspected of shooting his estranged wife has been arrested. Plus, Lawrence County's two common pleas judges are considering establishing a community service program for felony offenders.
Lawrence County's two common pleas judges are considering establishing a community service program for felony offenders that could put them on a farm growing vegetables. If established, the program would target felons who aren't eligible for prison because of a change last year in Ohio state law. Judge D. Scott Bowling says that the law… Read More
Police say a southeastern Ohio man suspected of shooting his estranged wife and another man and fleeing the scene has been arrested on a charge of attempted aggravated murder. Witnesses told police and media they awoke to gunshots and screaming from the victims Saturday morning in Lancaster. The injured pair was flown to a hospital,… Read More
Everybody eats and one area organization hopes you'll choose to eat locally. The Appalachian Center for Economic Networks is hosting a town hall meeting today to promote doing just that. Leslie Schaller works with ACEnet and says they hope to raise awareness about the amount of local food available in the area. "Well, I think… Read More