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Football: Ohio Adds Ninth Recruit To 2014 Class


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The recruiting trail is heating up for Ohio University football, as the program landed its ninth commit of the 2014 class in Curtis Brunson. The defensive back from Farmington (Mich.) High School verbally committed to becoming a Bobcat on Monday, according to Branden Hunter of TheDZone.net At 5-foot-11 and 175 pounds, Brunson is rated a… Read More

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Afternoon Update For July 1


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Ohio University will name members of a newly re-authorized Ridges Advisory Committee. Gas prices in Ohio are low and just in time for the holiday weekend. Marshall University puts its smoking ban into action. Details in your audio update.

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Morning Audio Update for July 1


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The Ohio Attorney General has seen a surge in nursing home neglect cases this year. The Department of Transportation is replacing all road signs along U.S. 50 between Parkersburg and Interstate 79. Details in your morning update.

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Huntington Cracks Down On Outdoor Mess

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Huntington is enforcing a new ordinance that prohibits tall weeds and grass, litter, junked cars, and the outdoor storage of mattresses and other items not intended for outdoor use. Beginning Monday, violators will be issued on-the-spot citations. Previously, the city gave owners 10 days to clean up their properties before issuing citations. Violators will be… Read More

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State Fair Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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The Mountain State Art and Craft Fair is celebrating its 50th anniversary. The festival runs this Thursday through Saturday at the Cedar Lakes Conference Center in Ripley. The event began in 1963 as part of West Virginia's centennial celebration. It attracted about 6,500 people that year. Today it draws many more. President Jan Sizemore says… Read More