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No Bids For Lake Hope Concession

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It's a set-back for Lake Hope State Park. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources was looking for someone to run the new dining lodge and Thursday was the deadline for submitting a proposal. But nobody did. Apparently no operators are interested. Jim Henahan is an official with ODNR. "We will now study the options," he… Read More

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Mentality Matters


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Day four of Ohio Football Fall Camp is complete. The Bobcats are just 23 days away from the opener against Penn State.   After numerous reps, the pieces and parts of both the offense and defense are starting to fit together.  "Yeah [we are] feeling really good," quarterback Tyler Tettleton said. "We got the rust… Read More

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No Bond Change For Wooten

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A Glouster man charged with involuntary manslaughter will continue under house arrest. Prosecutors told a judge that Gary Wooten had violated his bond terms but the judge has rejected their motion to modify bond. Wooten is accused of killing Harley Pruitt of Buchtel. Wooten is wearing an ankle monitor and must stay at his mother's… Read More

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A Talk With Author John C. McManus


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Doug McCabe talks with author and war historian John C. McManus about the research he’s conducting within the Cornelius Ryan Collection of the Ohio University Archives. McManus’ new WWII work-in-progress focuses on the experience of the 1st infantry division at D-Day. Like McManus’ other works, the… Read More

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Oak Hill Shooting Leaves One Dead


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One person has been killed and a second person has been hospitalized after a shooting in Oak Hill, Ohio. Oak Hill Police say the shots were fired last night near the intersection of Lincoln Street and Mill Street. One person was taken to Holzer Medical Center though there was no word on the condition of… Read More

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Fair Competition In Athens

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Hundreds have been making their way to the fairground for the Athens County Fair. The event kicked off last Friday and although the rides and food attract a large crowd, most are there for the competition. Livestock shows are the heart of the agricultural fair and participants have been preparing for months. “[The calves] are… Read More