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Partnership Offers Free Computer Classes

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Folks in southeast Ohio are getting a chance to move ahead in the workforce with free computer and Internet training classes. Connect Ohio, a program committed to bringing the benefits of universal broadband to the state, has paired up with Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action to offer basic computer training for free. "Ohio would like to see… Read More

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Tyler Tettleton at MAC Media Day

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Plenty of hype has surrounded Ohio quarterback Tyler Tettleton this offseason. After breaking 12 single-season records and becoming the first Bobcat quarterback to throw for over 3,000 yards in 2011, Tettleton was named to the 2012 O'Brien Award Watch List and the 2012 Manning Award Watch List. Both awards are given to the nation's top… Read More

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AEP Power Outages In Washington County

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More than 1,000 Washington County customers of American Electric Power lost electrical service Tuesday afternoon.  Jeff Rennie of AEP said those who lost power were almost entirely part of just one outage.  More than 1,060 customers lost their service at 1:19 p.m. just as storms were moving through the region.  Despite the timing Rennie said… Read More

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A Talk With Author Erin Hawkes On Schizophrenia


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Tom Walker talks with author and sufferer of schizophrenia, Erin Hawkes. Although Hawkes was a sufferer of schizophrenia while earning her college degrees, including her masters degree in neuroscience, she still managed to excel both as a student and intellectually. She would also encounter episodes while… Read More

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Pearl House Zoning Permit Denied


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Developers behind a controversial apartment complex in Lancaster will have to take their plans to the Board of Zoning Appeals for approval. Pearl House is meant to house homeless people who have substance-abuse problems and their families while they receive treatment.   The plan has drawn criticism from some community members for its proposed downtown… Read More