Archive

You are viewing the September 27, 2012 daily archives

WOUB Digital

Developmental Disabilities Psychologist Visiting SE Ohio

By:
Posted on:

A highly-demanded psychologist who works specifically with developmental disabilities is coming to Athens. Dr. David Meichenbaum, of Buffalo, New York, is popular for his trainings on severe behaviors relating to conditions such as autism.   The Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities worked with educational support agencies to bring him to the… Read More

WOUB Digital

Waste Summit Spurs Feasibility Study


Posted on:

A feasibility study in Athens will be used to tackle waste and recycling issues. The Appalachian Ohio Zero Waste Initiative (AOZWI) created the plan after a Waste to Wealth summit earlier this month in Athens.   Participants discussed research and ideas for recycling and waste management in Athens and Hocking counties.   AOZWI Initiative coordinator… Read More

WOUB Digital

Solich’s Mentor to Step Down as Nebraska AD


Posted on:

Former Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne announced Wednesday that he is retiring from his position as Athletic Director for the University of Nebraska effective January 1. Osborne has held the position since 2007. Prior to overseeing the Nebraska Athletic Department, Osborne coached Nebraska football for 25 seasons from 1973 to 1997. During that time, Osborne compiled… Read More

WOUB Digital

OU Inks Energy Efficiency Agreement


Posted on:

Ohio University is projected to save $38 million through new water and energy conservation measures over the next 15 years. The university awarded the Constellation company a contract for the work at 72 of the buildings on OU's main campus in Athens.   According to a news release, the $28 million project will be funded… Read More

WOUB Digital

Drought Meeting Scheduled For Area Farmers


Posted on:

Southeast Ohio farmers feeling the effects of the recent drought might find help in an Ohio Department of Agriculture meeting Thursday night.  Governor John Kasich instructed the department set up the series of drought meetings across the state.   The next meeting will take place at Hocking College at 8 p.m. in John Light Hall…. Read More