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WOUB Sports Express: January 23


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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.

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The Lee Boys At The Fur Peace Ranch Part 2


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The Lee Boys are one of America's finest African-American sacred steel ensembles. This family group consists of three brothers, Alvin Lee (guitar), Derrick Lee and Keith Lee (vocals) along with their three nephews, Roosevelt Collier (pedal steel guitar), Alvin Cordy Jr. (7-string bass) and Earl Walker (drums). Listen to part two of a concert recorded… Read More

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Man Sentenced On Child Pornography Charges

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A Cincinnati man was sentenced today to 14 months house arrest after authorities say he used Ohio University internet resources to reproduce files of child pornography onto his computer. Michael Gruenberg appeared in Athens County Common Pleas Court before Judge Michael Ward.  Gruenberg was arrested in October 2010 on charges of Pandering Sexually Oriented Matter… Read More

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Proposal Would Expand Ag-Link Program

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State Republicans say that new legislation would give more Ohio farmers an opportunity to receive reduced-interest loans to offset their operating expenses. The proposed legislation would expand the Agricultural Linked Deposit program, or Ag-LINK, which offers farm operators an interest-rate reduction on loans and lines of credit through the Ohio treasurer's office.   House Bill… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for January 23

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Ohio's top prison official has asked his department to investigate wheteher an increase in violence is linked to a tobacco ban. Plus, as the state waits on the US Supreme Court to weigh in on whether it can resume executions, one of Ohio's longest-serving justices has been speaking out against the death penalty law. Listen… Read More