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West Virginia University's Board of Governors is considering a proposed 8 percent tuition increase for in-state students. Tuition for out-of-state students would increase by 4 percent. The proposed increases are… Read More
A bill passed by Ohio lawmakers this week allows school districts to award up to two elective credits for religious instruction. The bill stipulates that no public money can be… Read More
The federal EPA’s release of proposed rules to control carbon dioxide emissions has created quite a stir in Ohio which produces and uses a lot of coal. But clean air… Read More
A former coach for Trimble Local Schools is being charged with stealing from the youth cheerleading group she used to head. Christa Shutts is charged in Athens County Common Pleas… Read More
Many baseball clubs offered beer for a nickel or quarter in the early ‘70s, without much trouble. By June 4, 1974, the Indians were in the midst of a 30-year… Read More
Per capita, America spends much, much more on health care in taxes than any other developed country. WOUB's Julia Rabe reports.
The Holzer Health Center in Jackson, Ohio, is participating in National Wound Care Awareness week. This year marks the second year that the hospital has participated in the nationwide event…. Read More
An $87,013 contract was awarded Wednesday to Hoon Inc. of Athens by the Athens County Commissioners for improvements to the county engineer’s office building near Canaanville. The commissioners also took… Read More
An independent research group suggests sampling water in 720 West Virginia homes for a chemical that spilled into the water supply in January. The WV TAP group sampled 10 homes… Read More
The Pomeroy Police Department reports that a Meigs County man, wanted wanted for abducting a child from Meigs County is still on the loose. Mydailysentinel.com reports that Joseph C. Taylor… Read More
A look at some legislative activity Wednesday as state lawmakers looked to wrap up work this week before breaking for the summer: Bills headed to the governor would: – Require… Read More
State senators have passed an Ohio budget bill that says college athletes are not public employees under state law. The idea was part of a broader bill that awaits approval… Read More
With the students now on summer break, construction work is taking place at the buildings in the Trimble Local School District. Multiple projects are planned for the next several weeks,… Read More
We hope you enjoy this collection of photos of the 2014 Nelsonville Music Festival, courtesy of photographers Jasmine Beaubien, Joan Butcher and Sarah Laubacher.