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Murder Suspect Dies From Self-Inflicted Gun Shot Wounds

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It has been confirmed that the murder suspect in the July 19 shooting incident that occurred at a cabin in the Hocking Hills has died. According to Hocking County Sheriff Lanny North, he received information Monday morning from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation stating that Michael Napoli, of Westerville, had succumbed from self-inflicted gunshot wounds… Read More

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OU Heritage College Welcomes Largest Incoming Class In School History

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A record number of medical students received their white coats as part of the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine’s convocation ceremony on Saturday. The school welcomed 190 new students, the largest incoming class in its 39-year history. The white coats symbolize the students’ status as physicians in training. “Here you will learn to… Read More

Meredith Jensen at Fur Peace Ranch (Robin Barnes/WOUB)

PHOTOS: “Arts & Minds” at Fur Peace Ranch


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Local musicians and artists were spotlighted during the Fur Peace Ranch “Arts & Minds” festival, held July 26-27 at the Meigs County educational camp and concert venue. The event featured evening concerts by Hot Tuna and It’s a Beautiful Day, as well as afternoon sets by Jorma Kaukonen, Marshall Ballew, Laura Nadeau and WOUB’s own… Read More