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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
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
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
Senior Liz Finley’s lone goal in the 64th minute proved the difference as the Ohio soccer team overcame its first Mid-American Conference road game of the season, beating MAC West leaders Western Michigan University, 1-0, on Friday. Finley’s goal, which resulted from a loose ball in front of the Broncos’ (8-3, 2-1) goal, was her… Read More
Court Street businesses forced to shut down early from the planned power outage, say it did not have a major impact on their business. AEP scheduled the power outage from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday. The outage affected 55 customers, most of which are businesses. At Brenen's Coffee Cafe, employees had to close the… Read More
The Plains Community Park will be featuring unique events at their 30th annual Indian Mound Festival starting tonight and ending Sunday, October 5th. Events like folk singers, car shows, ventriloquists, and parades will be held. Main events include an Archery Torunament and a series of over 20 craftsmen and artisans that will display their goods… Read More
A New York man who has attempted multiple appeals to his 30-year prison sentence was re-sentenced in Athens County Common Pleas Court to the same maximum penalty. Charles Nguyen, 36, was received the same 30-year prison term Thursday after the case was remanded from the 4th District Court of Appeals back to the trial court…. Read More
The Plains Indian Mound Festival October 3-5 at The Plains Community Park, Connett Road Sponsored by The Plains Lions Club SCHEDULE: Friday, Oct. 3, 2014 5pm-10 Crafter Sales Open, all Food Vendors Open 5-9 p.m. Registration for Car Show/Cruise In, The Plains Elementary School Parking Lot across from park entrance. Old Time Rock and Roll… Read More
After their first tournament victory since 2004, the Lady Bobcats are picking up steam heading into the final two tournaments in 2014.
Bobcat Sports Showcase reporter Carter Eckl is joined by Brittany Walker and Neil Macmillan as they run through a little goal keeping 101.
Ohio football reporter Lucas Widman sat down with linebacker Jovon Johnson to talk about his impressive start to the 2014 season and his intensity on the field.
Ohio midfielder Brieanna Charlebois experienced the 2014 FIFA World Cup firsthand as a public relations assistant for the U.S. Mens National Team
The Ohio Bobcats advanced to 3-2 (1-0) with a 34-19 victory over the Eastern Illinois Panthers.
An Ohio University police lieutenant has agreed to the dismissal of a federal lawsuit against OU, but wants to reserve the right to refile it. Lt. Christopher Johnson sued the university in federal court claiming that he should receive overtime pay for part of the time he was on paid administrative leave. During the leave,… Read More
Peyton Manning won it. Tim Tebow won it. Now Ohio safety Josh Kristoff has a chance to do the same. The award is the William V. Campbell Trophy, an accolade presented to a student athlete in his senior year, or final year, of athletic eligibility. The recipient must carry at least a 3.2 GPA on… Read More
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
Players on TVC-Hocking teams playing more than one position is nothing new. In many cases, it’s a necessity to field a competitive team. However, when a player needs to trill his lips, tilt his head up and think before listing off all of his on-field responsibilities, as is the case with Wahama’s Kaileb Sheets, it’s… Read More
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.
Researchers at Ohio State University said they've invented the first rechargeable solar battery. The researchers said the new battery could make solar energy more affordable and open the door for its widespread use as a sustainable power source. Solar panels generate energy from the sun that must be stored in expensive batteries in… Read More
The perfect carving pumpkin will be easy to find in Ohio this month. Growers said pumpkins across Ohio's fields have been plumped by a moderate summer and just enough sun and rain in August and September. So there should be no shortage of the big orange fruit as it comes into season this week…. Read More