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Ohio University Athletics announced Thursday that Frank Solich, the Bobcats head football coach, has signed a five-year contract extension. The new deal includes a base compensation of $370,000 per season with retention bonuses of $50,000 to be received each year through the termination of the contract upon the completion of each season. The deal also… Read More
John Hammond in performance at the Fur Peace Station concert hall May 2, 2009.
For the second straight season, WOUB FM will be airing Ohio Bobcat football on four of its regional FM stations beginning with Saturday’s season opener against the Penn State Nittany Lions. In an effort to provide additional programming opportunities to the region, WOUB will be broadcasting the Bobcats on WOUC-FM 89.1 Cambridge, WOUL-FM 89.1 Ironton,… Read More
Jonathan Edwards is featured in performance with Charlie Rose at the Fur Peace Ranch recorded March 27, 2010.
The state of Ohio is cutting the length of time that jobless workers can get benefits. Starting in September, the maximum weeks of unemployment compensation will drop to 63. Currently, jobless workers can get up to 73 weeks of benefits. Before April, they could get up to 99 weeks. Falling unemployment has triggered the… Read More
Ohio's ban on texting while driving takes effect Friday. Students at an Columbus-area high school got the low-down on the law from AAA, the Ohio State Highway Patrol and others. Also there was Licking County resident Gayemarie Long. Her son was riding in a car with a driver who was texting. That… Read More
Grace Campbell, a central defender, fulfills her role by stopping fast breaks and reducing the strains on goalie Mattie Liston. Holly Harris responds, as a forward, by switching the field advantage and attacking the opposing goal. That part’s easy. Campbell was a four-year letter winner at Wadsworth, while Harris had 93 goals in her high… Read More
A Wood County school's single-gender classes are on hold while a lawsuit challenging their legality is heard in federal court. US District Chief Judge Joseph Goodwin issued a preliminary injunction Wednesday halting the classes at Van Devender Middle School in Parkersburg for the remainder of the school year. The American Civil Liberties Union requested… Read More
To say that the contest between the Wahama White Falcons and Trimble Tomcats is huge would do a disservice. Although it is just Week 2, the TVC-Hocking title could very well be on the line, with the two pre-season favorites doing battle Friday night. The Tomcats are coming off an impressive 21-14 victory. The Wahama… Read More
One of every team’s goals is to have a perfect season. Heading into Week 2 of the season, the New Lexington Panthers and John Glenn Muskies still have those hopes alive. Friday night’s game will be the first MVL matchup for each team this season. New Lexington beat Fairfield Union 28-0 last week, and the… Read More