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‘Trees To Textbooks’ Generates $1.4 Million For Southeast OH Schools And Communities

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School districts and townships in Athens and more than 10 other Southeast Ohio counties will share nearly $1.4 million from the sale of timber in Ohio's state forests.  Through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources' annual "Trees to Textbooks" program, a percentage of the revenue generated from state forest management activity goes to the county,… Read More

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MVL Power Rankings: Week 9


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Eight weeks of high school football action are in the books, but things are just heating up in the MVL.  With just two weeks remaining in the regular season, seven of the nine teams in this powerful league are still in contention for playoff spots.  Find out which teams are for real and which teams… Read More

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Afternoon Audio Update For October 17


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Authorities say a 4-year-old boy was seriously injured when a neighbor on a riding lawn mower accidently backed over him in Licking County.  Ohio University is one of 13 public universities statewide to be included in a new degree completion plan.  Labor statistics show the percentage of West Virginia workers paid an hourly wage at… Read More

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Obama Campaign Rally Streamed Online


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The live stream of the Obama campaign event has now concluded.  WOUB will post complete video of the president's speech.  Check back for updates. Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland is taking the podium as crowd cheers and applauds. Mobile users, please click here to watch the video. Thanks to Ohio IT for the mobile video stream. An… Read More

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Lines Growing For Obama’s Athens Visit


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Several long lines are already being formed to see President Barack Obama speak Wednesday on College Green, but only one person can have the coveted position of being first in line. Colin Cottrell, an Ohio University junior from Marysville, had that honor amongst all those who received general admission tickets. Cottrell got his spot in… Read More

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SE Ohio Med Centers Possibly Received Infected Steroids

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Concern about a deadly nationwide outbreak of fungal meningitis has stretched into southeastern Ohio, where some healthcare facilities may have received shipments of steroid injections linked to the outbreak. The Ohio Department of Health has released a list of 64 facilities that received shipments of steroid injections possibly linked to the outbreak. That list includes… Read More