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Senior outside hitter Kelly Lamberti led Ohio (13-4, 6-0 MAC) to back-to-back victories over Mid-American Conference East Division rivals to earn herself the title of MAC East Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Oct. 13. The Bobcats remained unbeaten in league play after defeating Miami University on Friday and then Bowling Green… Read More
Through the collaboration of the Meigs County Sheriff's Office and local officials, the first new fleet of vehicles has come to the office in nearly two decades. Five new law enforcement vehicles were purchased to replace older vehicles in need of maintenance and with more than 160,000 miles on them, according to Meigs County Sheriff… Read More
West Virginia's oil and gas industry grew by just 69 jobs in 2013, but average salaries jumped more than $2,400. Workforce West Virginia's update came in an Oct. 8 draft report to state legislators. State law requires a Marcellus shale-related employment update by Nov. 1 annually. There were 727 fewer workers on oil and gas… Read More
Toledo's mayor says the city is better off trying to work with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles rather than picking a fight if it decides to pull Jeep Wrangler production out of the city. State officials along with Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins met with Fiat Chrysler's CEO last week to begin talks about the future of… Read More
The Ohio University Performing Arts Series will welcome the award-winning Golden Dragon Acrobats to Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Recognized throughout the United States and abroad as the premiere Chinese acrobatic touring company of today, the Golden Dragon Acrobats represent the best of a time-honored tradition that began more than 25 centuries ago.
Follow @WOUBVisuals on Twitter or @WOUBSports on Instagram for daily updates and visit our Flickr page by clicking here. Student group F*** Rape Culture held a homecoming march and rally against sexual assaults on campus. (Brooke Herbert Hayes) The student group had formed in the aftermath of a public sex incident during Homecoming weekend last year. (Brooke Herbert Hayes) The rain… Read More
It was a sword-swallowing, sheep-wrangling, stilts-wearing good time throughout the weekend at Glouster Community Park. Yes, the third annual Appalachian Color in the Hills Festival was action-packed. Even still, the emerging fall colors surrounding the festival were such that no one would have blamed a visitor for taking a quiet moment to take it all… Read More
The Muskingum University Wind Ensemble will present its fall tour performance, American Visions, on Monday, Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Brown Chapel, located on the campus. This event is free and open to the public. The Wind Ensemble at Muskingum is the university's premiere instrumental ensemble, comprised of students from all academic majors. Under… Read More
State officials are reminding Ohioans to take precautions when burning debris this fall. Ohio law prohibits outdoor debris burning between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. during October and November. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources says the abundance of dry fuel from dried grasses and leaves combined with winds can make a for hazardous… Read More
The state has created a new website aimed at helping Ohioans with disabilities find jobs and work-related resources. The website – OhioMeansAccessibility.com – also provides potential employers with details about hiring incentives, workplace accommodations and employment law. Job seekers are encouraged to post an online resume. Users can indicate whether they would like… Read More
State regulators are being asked to approve a settlement regarding the transfer of an American Electric Power plant to a subsidiary. AEP wants to transfer partial ownership of the Mitchell Power Plant near Moundsville to Wheeling Power. The transfer had drawn opposition from consumer watchdogs and energy-efficiency advocates. The Charleston Gazette reports that… Read More