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Nelsonville-York is shooting for the stars and the TVC-Ohio title this season. The Lady Buckeyes are determined to rebound from a disappointing and premature ending to their 2011-2012 season. Nelsonville-York is one to watch out for with offseason improvements and a new addition to the team. “These girls are ready and are ready to… Read More
There was only one offensive touchdown scored in the first half, but two turnovers by the Ohio Bobcats gave Kent State a 21-6 halftime lead, a margin Ohio was never able to recover from in their 28-6 loss. The Ohio turnover woes began in their first drive when running back Beau Blankenship fumbled on the… Read More
Two first quarter turnovers helped No. 23-ranked Kent State jump out to a 21-0 lead and they never looked back, beating Ohio 28-6. The Bobcats were looking for there first win over a ranked opponent in program history but the offense struggled from the start, allowing the Golden Flashes to score two defensive touchdowns in… Read More
Ohio is getting more wells that collect waste from shale drilling. The number of disposal wells has grown to 179, and the Columbus Dispatch reports state regulators are processing applications for 31 more. The wells take waste from oil and gas wells.
Black Friday begins not only the holiday shopping season but the holiday rise in intersection crashes. The Ohio Department of Transportation warns drivers to be constantly vigilant in heavy shopping corridors to avoid crashes and injuries. Some 410 intersection crashes resulted in serious injuries during the 2011 holiday season, an 18… Read More
The holiday shopping season is now pretty much over for two Athens women who were out early this morning at Walmart. WOUB News talked with Sandi Tope and Elaina Sayres around 6 o'clock in the parking lot. Tope told reporter Fred Kight that she's been taking advantage of Black Friday sales for approximately 20 years… Read More