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More Than $80,000 To Fund Projects In Appalachian Counties

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Projects in Tuscarawas, Washington and Lawrence counties have been awarded thousands of dollars in State Appalachian Development grants. The Governor's Office of Appalachia announced Wednesday that the city of Uhrichsville, Village of South Point and the Washington County Free Clinic will each receive more than $20,000 to maintain city buildings and equipment. The City of… Read More

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PBS Kids GO! Web Series Oh Noah! Offers New Videos And Games


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Oh Noah!, the fun and funny PBS KIDS GO! web series (pbskidsgo.org/noah) formerly known as Noah Comprende, is rolling out an impressive line-up of new animated interactive videos and games that introduce kids to Spanish. Gamesembedded in the videos, together with other interactive challenges and adventures on the website, provide children ages six to eight with an engaging… Read More

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OU Engineering Students ‘Design To Make A Difference’

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Eight teams of senior mechanical engineer students from Ohio University's Russ College of Engineering and Technology are set to show off their senior capstone projects this Saturday. The "Designing to Make a Difference" teams have designed and developed their projects for real-world clients. Colleen Carow, director of external relations for the College of Engineering, said… Read More

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Conflict Takes Place At Zoning Meeting


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Last night’s monthly City of Athens Board of Zoning Appeals meeting dealt with three issues needing approval for various construction projects within Athens. Those wishing to put additions on their homes or begin construction projects must go through the board for approval. While most projects are approved, there are some cases that meet strong opposition… Read More

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Challenged By Choice


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, Joan Butcher talks with Athens City Mayor Paul Wiehl, Athens City Commission on Disabilities and Committee member Carolyn Bailey Lewis and Kroger Manager Dave Shull about "Challenged by Choice." The Athens City Commission on Disabilities is hosting the third annual Challenged by Choice and Disabilities Speak Event… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for May 9

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More than 300 students will graduate from Marietta College on Sunday. Plus, a new bill would require criminals charged with arson-related crimes to register with the sheriff. And, a bill that would make changes to gambling options in the state is up for a vote today.