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Bobcats Best Kent, Clinch MAC Title Share


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Ohio Volleyball clinched at least a share of a second straight MAC regular season championship Thursday with a fast and easy win over Kent State, 25-13, 25-15, 25-17. “We’re looking at every game as a must-win now,” graduate middle blocker Alexis Pinson said. “We’re trying to get in postseason mode.” Thursday was a big night… Read More

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SportsBeat: Interview With Trimble Coach Phil Faires


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SportsBeat host Pat Moore talks with Trimble head coach Phil Faires on his upcoming high school playoff game against Steubenville Catholic Central and the Tomcats' overall season so far. Tune into WOUB 1340 AM and www.woub.org/listenlive every Thursday from 6-7 p.m. to listen to SportsBeat and follow the show on Twitter at @SportsBeatWOUB.

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Petrochemical Company To Explore New Plant In Wood County

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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says petrochemical giant Odebrecht has chosen a site in Wood County to explore the possible location of an ethane cracker plant and three polyethlene plants. Tomblin joined Odebrecht officials for the announcement Thursday at the Caperton Center for Applied Technology in Parkersburg. The estimated cost and timetable of the potential project… Read More

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Regional Transportation Planning Effort Getting Underway

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Work is beginning on development of a regional transportation plan that is part of a two-year pilot project funded primarily by the Ohio Department of Transportation. The $324,000 project is being undertaken by Buckeye Hills-Hocking Valley Regional Development District. Some area residents have been receiving mailed surveys as part of the project. ODOT spokesman David… Read More

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Athens Choreographer Debuts New Work At ARTS/West


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On Friday, Nov. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 16, local dancer and choreographer Missy Whaley and guest artist Chelsea Goettge will take the stage at ARTS/West to present a multi-layered performance featuring local dancers and musicians. Whaley, a two-time Ohio Arts Council Recipient for an Individual Artist Fellowship in Choreography, is known for her interdisciplinary multi-layered… Read More