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Ohio, Marshall Baseball Game Cancelled


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The Ohio Bobcats (8-26) and Marshall Thundering Herd (13-22) tried to play a game Tuesday night at Bob Wren Stadium, but Mother Nature wasn’t having it. The teams managed to get through two and one-thirds innings before frightening lightning rained it out. Originally the delay was scheduled for half an hour, but an hour into… Read More

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Long Time Broadcaster Dies at 82

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Pat Summerall, the NFL player-turned-broadcaster whose deep, resonant voice called games for more than 40 years, has died at the age of 82.   Fox Sports spokesman Dan Bell confirmed the death, but could not immediately provide further details.   Summerall was part of network television broadcasts for 16 Super Bowls. His last championship game… Read More

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Students Protest Potential Tuition Changes


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More than 100 students gathered in the center of Ohio University's Athens campus Monday to protest changes that could soon be made to the way the university bills tuition. The protest, sponsored by the OU Student Union, took place near the Civil War monument in College Green. Protestors marched with signs and wore shirts reading… Read More

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Bobcats Earn Spots on Academic All-MAC Team


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Numerous members of the Ohio swimming and diving team have been recognized for their performance outside of the pool. Kristen Capcik and Lauren Funk have been named to the Mid-American Conference Swimming and Diving Academic All-MAC Team. Alexa Gordish, MaryRose Hamilton, Michelle Gasior, Morgan Sprosty and Morgan Srail have all be selected as Honorable Mention… Read More

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Afternoon Update 4/16


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The wife of Ohio's secratary of State shares her experience during the bombing at the Boston Marathon. Charleston may experience changes in gun control laws if a bill is passed by the Legislature. In respect of Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, law enforcement vehicles will display a magnetic decal to show support. More in… Read More