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Afternoon Audio Update February 6


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The Lawrence County sheriff released the name of the man who shot his father and then turned the gun on himself this weekend. A Parkersburg couple faces drug charges after police bust a meth lab with the couple's children in the home. Details in your afternoon audio update.

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U.S. Health Care: The Good News


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U.S. Health Care: The Good News Thursday, Feb. 16, 9 p.m.   One small community in the Colorado oil patch near the Utah border delivers the highest value-for-the-money health care in the United States, and they cover nearly everyone in town in the process. How do they do it? Could other communities do it, too?… Read More

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WOUB Sports Express: February 6

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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. @BobcatShowcase

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O’Bleness Joins OhioHealth Stroke Network

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One Athens hospital is now connected to larger, Columbus-based partners to serve the region's stroke victims faster. As part of O’Bleness Hospital’s public relations overhaul, the facility has joined the OhioHealth Stroke Network. The OhioHealth Stroke Network uses new technology to diagnose and treat stroke patients at regional hospitals like O’Bleness. This is a collaborative… Read More

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OU Application Numbers Set Record

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Ohio University is setting a new record for the number of applications it is receiving this year. The university has already surpassed the record of 14,000 applications, which was set three years ago. Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Craig Cornell says they have been working on a strategic enrollment management plan created several years ago… Read More