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Ohio Soccer: Woerle Joins Rodgers’ Coaching Staff


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The Ohio soccer team added its third former professional player to its coaching staff on Wednesday, as first-year head coach Aaron Rodgers announced the addition of Elizabeth Woerle to the program as an assistant coach, according to OhioBobcats.com. Woerle joins Rodgers and goalie coach Allison Whitworth as the only coaching staff in the Mid-American Conference… Read More

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VIDEO: WOUB NewsWrap 7/31/13


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Jurors have found Levi Canterbury of Gallipolis guilty on two counts of raping an Ohio University student in September, 2011. Plus, a stomach bug that has sickened hundreds of people in several states has been reported in Ohio. These stories and more in your Wednesday NewsWrap.

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Athens Native Named Head Of Ohio Department Of Public Safety

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An Athens County native has been chosen to succeed the outgoing head of Ohio’s public safety forces who announced his retirement Wednesday. The announcement of Department of Public Safety director Tom Charles decision comes on the key retirement benefit deadline under state pension reform. Ohio State Highway Patrol Superintendent John Born has been sworn in… Read More

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Bank And Homeowner Disagree On Losses Claims In Wrongful Foreclosure

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A McArthur woman is fighting to retrieve lost belongings after a Wellston bank accidentally foreclosed on the wrong house, sparking national attention to the case and involving local enforcement to decide whether the bank is criminally responsible. Katie Barnett, of McArthur, says the First National Bank of Wellston owes her $18,000 in missing belongings. An… Read More

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Contract Agreement Reached With Athens 911 Dispatchers

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A labor agreement has been reached with Athens County's 911 dispatchers after both the union and county commissioners accepted the recommendations in a fact-finder's report. The commissioners accepted the report on Tuesday, and said the union had already adopted it. The 10 fulltime dispatchers in the bargaining unit are represented by the Ohio Patrolmen’s Benevolent… Read More