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Giannini Commits To Ohio Baseball


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After a silent month of August, Ohio Baseball landed its first commit of the 2014 recruiting class since late July. On Monday night, Tony Giannini announced his commitment to the Bobcats via his personal Twitter account. Giannini, a catcher, is currently a senior at Carmel (Ind.) High School. At 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds he is… Read More

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Ohio Treasurer Plugs New Financial Literacy Effort

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Ohio's treasurer has launched a new state program that he says brings government and business together to help high-schoolers meet the state's new financial literacy requirements. Republican Josh Mandel announced the Financial Edge program at Columbus Downtown High School on Tuesday. Through a public-private partnership, the effort provides free downloadable course materials, an online resource… Read More

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Theis Moves Past Oregon, Aims For December


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Days after one of Ohio Volleyball’s biggest regular season wins in recent memory — a dominant three-set dismantling of preseason No. 8 Oregon — head coach Ryan Theis is preaching sustainability. “We want to be playing in December,” Theis said. Theis explained that the win against Oregon, while good for morale, doesn’t guarantee anything as… Read More

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Afternoon Audio Update For September 3


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Senator Joe Manchin is returning to Washington to attend briefings on the situation in Syria.  State officials are urging residents who have unused prescription medications to dispose of them safely in the dozens of permanent locations now throughout the state. A renactment of the Battle of Lake Erie took place Monday, this time with the… Read More

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To The Stars


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, the astronomy group talk about events in space occurring this month.  Events, including the morning illumination of Venus, will be occuring this month. Venus will be visible near our Moon, as well as an illumination of Saturn.  The Autumn Equinox will also be occuring this month. 

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Special Metals Plant Facing Fines For Sewer And Waste Violations

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Special Metals' alloy plant in Huntington is facing $254,000 in city fines for alleged sewer and industrial waste discharge violations. Some of the allegation violations date back to 1999. The Huntington Sanitary Board proposed the fine. The Herald-Dispatch reports that the board's staff and Mayor Steve Williams are scheduled to meet with plant officials this… Read More