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Week 6 High School Football Scores

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MVL Tri-Valley 48, West Muskingum 7 John Glenn 42, Morgan 6 Maysville 27, Sheridan 24 (3OT) Coshocton 35, New Lexington 12 Philo 14, Crooksville (2OT)   TVC-Ohio Alexander 14, Vinton County 13 Athens 58, Steubenville 42 Wellston 33, River Valley 32 (OT) Nelsonville-York 32, Meigs 14   TVC-Hocking Trimble 42, Wahama 0 Belpre 21, South Gallia… Read More

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Ohio Sweeps Buffalo


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Ohio handed Buffalo their first Mid-American Conference loss Friday night as the Bobcats swept the Bulls 3-0 (25-16, 25-17, 25-16) at the Convocation Center. The Bobcats (10-4, 3-0 MAC) proved themselves dominant over a Buffalo team (12-5, 2-1) that was missing their starting setter Marissa Prinzbach and outside hitter Tahleia Bishop who was named MAC… Read More

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SportsBeat Interviews Ohio Women’s Golf Trio


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SportsBeat host Matthew Doyle talks with Ohio golfers Angela Codian, Julie Lechner and Lauren McKinzie on the program's first tournament win in 10 years and what it's like to be a golfer at Ohio University.. 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… Read More

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Hocking College President Resigns

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President of Hocking College Ron Erickson resigned Thursday evening following an emergency meeting. Since 2009 when Erickson became President, the college has experienced a major decrease in enrollment, followed by budget cuts. Enrollment declined 28% from summer 203 to summer 2014, leaving the college with 506 less students than the year before. Chairman of the… Read More

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Printer Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. Addresses Civil Rights In New Exhibition

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While dressed in his signature blue jean overalls, pink dress shirt and brown cowboy boots, Detroit-based printer Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. engaged his Ohio University Kennedy Museum of Art gallery audience by taking them behind the curtain of his Lyrics of My People exhibition.

Among the items he discussed during his one-hour talk on Sept. 19 were the origins of his career, little-known facts about the Black Civil Rights Movement and the motives behind his beautiful, thought-provoking prints.