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WOUB, Ohio University Students Recognized By Society Of Professional Journalist Awards


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The Society of Professional Journalists, Region 4 Mark of Excellence Awards, has awarded two first place awards to WOUB student reporters. First place was awarded to Sandhya Kambhampati, Keara Vickers and Seaira Christian-Daniels in the Television General News Reporting for “Voice of the Voters: Ohio University.” The story was featured on Washington Week with Gwen… Read More

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Ohio Volleyball Adds Two For 2013


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Ohio Volleyball announced Monday that the program will welcome two new student-athletes for the 2013 season. Alexis Pinson, a middle blocker, and Brooke Coleman, a setter, will sport the Green and White this fall. Pinson is a graduate student transfer from Arizona State, and Coleman is an incoming freshman from Plano West High School in… Read More

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Gas Prices In Ohio Drop

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The cost for the average gallon of gas in Ohio has dropped by 7.7 cents this past week, according to the website GasBuddy.com. Ohio motorists can now expect to pay an average of $3.52 per gallon. Prices across the nation also dropped by an average of four cents, down to $3.58 per gallon. This week's… Read More

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Ohio Teen Fatally Stabbed Outside Bar

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Police in the Ohio town of Coshocton say a teenager was fatally stabbed outside a bar there over the weekend. Coshocton police said 18-year-old Matthew Gadfield was stabbed just after midnight Sunday. Witnesses reported hearing an argument outside the Cedar Street Inn just prior to Gadfield being found bleeding from chest wounds. He died at… Read More

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Hospital Lays Off 69 Workers

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Pleasant Valley Hospital has laid off 69 workers at its facilities in West Virginia and Ohio. Hospital officials tell media outlets that 32 workers voluntarily agreed to be laid off. All the affected workers received severance packages. Layoffs occurred at the hospital's main campus in Point Pleasant and at its offices in Jackson County and… Read More