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Senior Send-off

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D.J. Cooper, Walter Offutt, Reggie Keely, David McKinley, Ivo Baltic and Nick Goff will leave Ohio's program, after making a mark that will never be forgotten. The group will go down as one of the best classes in Ohio basketball history. 

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WV Senate Approve Online Voter Registration

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The West Virginia Senate voted unanimously to allow online voting registration. Under the bill passed Wednesday, online registration would require the same information of prospective voters as in-person registration currently does. The big difference is that prospective voters would be able to electronically sign their forms, similar to what is done on electronic tax filings…. Read More

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Band Director Receives Community Service For Inappropriate Texts

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A former Gallia Academy Middle School band director will not spend time in jail for sending inappropriate pictures to a student. Last month, John Seals, 26, pleaded guilty to disseminating matter harmful to juveniles, a fifth-degree felony. Investigators said they found inappropriate photographs that Seals sent through text to a male student who was under… Read More

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The Power Of A Frozen Moment: A Talk With Brian Smith


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, WOUB’s Director and General Manager Tom Hodson talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith. Smith has been shooting portraits of celebrities, athletes and executives for numerous magazines and advertisers for over 30 years and currently serves as the president of Editorial Photographers. Hodson and Smith discuss some… Read More

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Science On Screen: OU Prof’s Film Featured at Athena Cinema

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Technology plays a huge role in our daily lives. Whether it's texting, running groceries through the checkout line or simply channel surfing while sitting on the couch, we're all tech-heads to some extent.

Our dependence–or infatuation–with technology will be examined this Thursday during a free screening of Small, Beautifully Moving Parts, the next film in the Athena Cinema's "Science on Screen" series.

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WV Unemployment Rate Drops Last Month

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West Virginia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell one-tenth of a percentage point in February to 7.3 percent. WorkForce West Virginia said Tuesday that the number of unemployed state residents decreased by 1,400 to 58,800. The goods-producing sector saw an employment gain of 1,600, while the service-providing sector gained 1,200 jobs. Within the goods-producing sector, job… Read More

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WV Highway Clean-Up A Month Away

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It's time to sign up for an annual trash pickup along West Virginia's roads. The state Department of Environmental Protection is accepting registrations for the April 27 Adopt-A-Highway Spring Statewide Cleanup. The deadline to register is April 12. Volunteers must be at least 12 years old to participate. The cleanup can involve almost any road… Read More