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Stuart’s Opera House closed out its Free Summer Concert Series on Sept. 26 with a show from Portland, Oregon band Quiet Life. WOUB’s Marlena Scott caught up with Quiet Life front man Sean Spellman and filmed part of the band’s set.
It’s been one year since the launch of the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 154,668 Ohioans selected a plan during the first enrollment period. Cathy Levine, Executive Director for Ohio’s Universal Health Care Action Network (UHCAN), said Obamacare has greatly improved the… Read More
30 homes have been evacuated after a gas line rupture in Jackson County, Ohio. Officials tell WSAZ.com the breach happened about 4:15 in the area of Keystone Furnace Road and Charles Lewis Road. Robert Czechlewski, Director of Jackson County Emergency Management, tells WSAZ.com a 24 inch line was breached by Columbia Gas crews who were… Read More
State environmental officials have tallied more than 45,000 aboveground storage tanks as a deadline passes to register them under a new West Virginia law. Officials expect to register thousands more, some after Wednesday's deadline. Wednesday in Charleston, tank owners questioned the state Department of Environmental Protection about upcoming steps. DEP's stakeholder meeting on Wednesday is… Read More
There's no shortage of fall festivals in Southeast Ohio, especially this weekend. But there's only one area festival featuring many of today's best indie musicians (not to mention lumberjacks, bull riding, Columbus Zoo animals and fireworks): The second annual Hocktoberfest, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4 at Hocking College.
Sponsored by Rocky Brands and Hocking College, the free day-long fest is offering a jam-packed schedule of entertainment, including several notable up-and-coming bands.
Tom Walker of National Alliance on Mental Illness: Athens sits down with Stephen Owens, psychologist with the Veterans Affairs clinic in Athens, to discuss his experiences with veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. Dr. Owens talks about the physiology of our adaptive brain and his methods in treating veterans with PTSD. The Athens… Read More
Therese Larsson Hultin, a Swedish journalist, traveling across the United States on a 90-day fact-finding fellowship, is studying the role of religion in American life and American politics. Hultin was at Ohio University as a guest of the Institute for International Journalism and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. During her visit, she talked with… Read More
The role of religion in American life and American politics is the research topic of Therese Larsson Hultin, a Swedish journalist traveling across the United States on a 90-day fact-finding fellowship. Hultin was at Ohio University as a guest of the Institute for International Journalism and the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. During her visit… Read More
Another piece of funding has fallen into place for Trimble’s proposed $1.86 million water distribution system replacement project. U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown announced Tuesday that the Appalachian Regional Commission has awarded the village $250,000 for the project. Michael Betts, project engineer with the firm Stantec in Logan, said the village has already been awarded $917,500… Read More
The second annual “Uptown for the Holidays Gingerbread House Display and Competition” is now open for entries at www.athensgingerbread.com. Due to generous donations from the Athens Chamber of Commerce and the Athens County Convention and Visitors Bureau, prize money has increased to a total of $2000 in seven different categories. Two grand prizes of $500… Read More