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Bobcat Sports Coverage On WOUB

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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

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Injunction Halts Parkersburg School’s Single-Gender Classes

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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

Athena Cinema Reopens With Changes

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After some remodeling and the creation of a new business model, the Athena Cinema on Court Street in Athens kicks off its reopening Thursday night with a special, surprise midnight screening followed by open house events on Friday and Saturday. The remodel included updated fire safety and electrical systems, new seats in one theater and retrofitting some space… Read More

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Current Exhibits at OU-Chillicothe Feature Range Of Artistic Expressions

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A pair of art exhibits are currently on display at Ohio University-Chillicothe through September. University of Rio Grande faculty members Kevin Lyles (sculptor) and Benjy Davies (graphics and printmaking) will display True Stories, a show of printmaking and sculptural works in the Patricia Scott Art Gallery in Bennett Hall. "The works in this show all… Read More

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Hocking Co. Student Admits To Abduction Hoax


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A 16-year-old Hocking County girl who told investigators she was almost abducted while waiting for her school bus has recanted her story. The girl claimed the incident happened around 6:20 a.m. near Laurel Run Road.   Hocking County Sheriff Lanny North says that the girl lied about the Monday morning attempted abduction to seek more… Read More

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Judge Orders Inman Trial Moved

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A judge in southeastern Ohio says the trial of man accused in the slaying of his daughter-in-law, found strangled in a septic tank, has to be moved because a impartial jury couldn't be seated. Hocking County Common Pleas Judge John T. Wallace granted the change-of-venue motion Wednesday by William Inman's attorneys. Wallace said too many… Read More