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Long Lines As Early Voting Ends In Ohio


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Despite controversy and lawsuits that have surrounded the state's early voting practices, Ohio voters were allowed to vote over the weekend and on Monday. There were 526 people who voted at the Athens County Board of Elections on Monday, and there have at least 400 more absentee ballot requests in Athens this year than in… Read More

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Ten-Year-Old Hit By Truck

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A ten-year-old boy is dead after being hit by a pickup truck in Mason County, West Virginia. Mason County Sheriff's deputies said it happened around 1:30 p.m. Sunday.   They said Earnest McCarty ran in the street and was hit by a pickup truck.    The truck was driven by James Richardson of Point Pleasant. … Read More

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Culture Shock: International Students And The Differences From Back Home


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, hosts Ayantu Tibeso and Belinda Glover from the Center for International Studies talk with Katty Alhayek, Priyanka Silmi, and Chikondi Khangamwa about their studies within the Communication and Development graduate program at Ohio University. Alhayek, Silmi, and Khangamwa discuss the differences between their home countries and Athens, the degrees they… Read More

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11/5/12 Frank Solich Press Conference: Bowling Green Will Be “Best Defense We’ve Faced”

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Bowling Green comes to town Wednesday night for a showdown between two MAC East rivals. The Falcons (6-3, 4-1) are riding a five-game win streak and will be rested coming off their bye week.  The Falcons have the nation’s ninth-ranked scoring defense, allowing just 15.2 points per game and will present a daunting challenge to Ohio’s… Read More

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Connect Ohio Offers Broadband For Education


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The Internet is playing a big role in education, but one in three Appalachian Ohio families doesn't have Internet access. A report recently issued by the group Connect Ohio outlines the benefit of the Internet on education, citing statistical studies that show Internet connectivity is increasingly the means by which individuals, especially young people, are… Read More