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Baseball: Ohio Beats Buffalo 6-4


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Ohio baseball kicked off its weekend series against Buffalo with a win, taking down the Bulls 6-4. Brent Choban earned the win for the Bobcats with three strikeouts in seven innings pitched. Brett Barber picked up his fifth save, mowing down six consecutive batters with four strikeouts.   Ohio held the lead for the final… Read More

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Local Pets Recipients Of Meals On Wheels

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A multi-county organization is distributing pet food to Meals on Wheels clients with dogs and cats. Hocking Athens Perry Community Action received a $2,500 grant to create the program. The Meals on Wheels pets program began this year, after organizers noticed the elderly clients they were delivering to were feeding their pets human food because… Read More

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OU Trustees Give McDavis Authority To Pursue Mineral Rights Agreements

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The Ohio University board of trustees authorized the university president today to enter into mineral rights agreements. The resolution gives OU President Roderick McDavis permission to sign agreements pending final approval by the board, so long as the contracts are "determined to be in the best interests of the university." The action follows a report… Read More

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Lancaster Man Pleads Guilty To Bank Robbery


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A Lancaster man will spend up to 11 years in prison for robbing a Fairfield County bank in January. Billy Caudill pleaded guilty and was sentenced Thursday to one count of robbery and one count of tampering with evidence for robbing the Peoples Bank in Carroll.   Assistant Prosecutor Darren Meade says Caudill received an… Read More

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Federal Resources Assist Severe Storm Clean-up Efforts In Southeast Ohio

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New federal resources will help continuing clean-up efforts in 15 southeast Ohio counties following severe weather that struck the region last year. The U.S. Department of Labor awarded the third and final increment of a $7,733,360 National Emergency Grant to Ohio's Department of Job and Family Services on Thursday. The grant will continue funding approximately… Read More

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Soul of Athens, Part One

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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, Nancy Sinning speaks with some of the key players in the sixth installment of Soul of Athens. Her guests include: Terry Eiler, co-founder and current director of the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University; Stan Alost, director of the School of Visual Communication and faculty coordinator… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for April 20

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The majority of information gathered in a survey of 800 people in Washington county is described as alarming. Plus, two Southeast Ohio schools are receiving $10,000 grants to fund mobile technologies for special needs students. And, Ohio Gov. John Kasich has thrown his support behind a Republican presidential candidate.