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VIDEO: WOUB NewsWrap 7/29/13


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Officials working on the Nelsonville bypass say the state is spending more than $10 million. Plus, authorities in central Ohio say a 6-year-old boy was killed when he fell off the tractor and was run over. These stories and more in your special Monday NewsWrap.    

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Afternoon Audio Update For July 29


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Officials are working on a new bypass on U.S. 33. Ohio State Highway Patrol says drug arrests increased 18 percent from January through June this year compared to last year. Student research projects on obesity and other biomedical issues will be showcased during a symposium at Marshall University. Details in your audio update.

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Officials Find Solution To Radio Interference Problem

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A solution has apparently been found to a problem with radio traffic from Kentucky interfering with a law enforcement frequency being used by villages in Athens County. Last week, the Athens County Commissioners approved contributing $800 toward that solution. As The Messenger reported earlier this year, radios used by village police offices in Athens County… Read More

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Difficulties, Problems and Pride


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, Carolyn Lewis, Robin Brigante and Steve Patterson talk with Heather Jolley. A new member of the Athens community, Jolley is a mother of three children with disabilities. Lewis, Brigante, Patterson and Jolley discuss Athens Beacon School, support groups for autistic children, as well as some resources Ohio… Read More

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Marshall University Hosts Research Symposium

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Student research projects on obesity and other biomedical issues will be showcased during a symposium at Marshall University. Other research topics include chronic back pain, infectious diseases and diabetes. The 12th annual West Virginia IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Summer Research Symposium will be held Monday at the Memorial Student Center. Dozens of undergraduate students… Read More