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Week One Games


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Gridiron Glory's slate of Week One games includes a matchup between last season's SEOAL and TVC-Ohio Champions as well as a contest between runners up in the TVC-Ohio and TVC-Hocking divisions. Reporters will preview, attend and recap the following games this weekend online and on our Week One show Friday at 11:30 p.m. on WOUB…. Read More

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Write-In Candidates File For November Election

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Eight people filed to run in Athens County as write-in candidates in the November general election, including three incumbents. Monday was the deadline for write-in candidates to file. In Jacksonville, Mayor Jay Chapman intended to file to be on the November ballot, but withdrew his petition after election workers found problems with it. Someone had… Read More

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One Big Claim From Higher Insurance Rates

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A Butler County employee may have inadvertently raised a warning flag for Athens County employees whose health care is provided through the County Employee Benefits Consortium of Ohio. The Hamilton JournalNews reports that the employee, who has not been identified, filed the largest insurance claim ever handled by Butler County’s insurance provider. Details of the… Read More

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Afternoon Audio Update for August 27


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A Beverly man's plan to meet a woman he found on Craigslist went awry when he opened the door to a man pointing a gun at him instead. An eastern Ohio grand jury is waiting on outside forensic work before reconvening in a rape case. Dwindling student enrollment across West Virginia is forcing school officials… Read More

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Hocking College Enrollment May Stabilize, OU Numbers ‘Look Positive’

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One year after transitioning from quarters to semesters, Hocking College is showing signs that it may be stabilizing from its enrollment loss last year. Ohio University, which didn’t lose many students in the transition, may see a slight increase. As of Aug. 22, Hocking College had 3,515 students enrolled for the Autumn session — that’s… Read More