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Gallia County Unofficial Election Results

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Republican incumbent for the Gallia County Commissioner, Harold G. Montgomery lead the race with more than 1000 votes over his Democratic challengerr, Justin Fallon. Montgomery received 3,918 votes while Fallon received 2,882 votes and unaffiliated challenger, Jack G. Rife, received 607 votes.  Voters passed a renewal tax for the County Council of Aging with 5,187… Read More

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Race For Wood County Clerk Ends Close


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The two candidates for Wood County Clerk will have to wait to see who can officially declare victory. Currently Republican candidate Robert "Bob" Buchanan is leading Mark Rhodes by a slim 17 votes. In the state of West Virginia, election results are not official until canvassing at the end of the month. Canvassing occurs when… Read More

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Guernsey County Unofficial Election Results

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Republican Bill Johnson is the unofficial winner over Democrat Jennifer Garrison and Green Party candidate Dennis Lambert for the 6th District Congressional seat. Bill Johnson received 5,640 votes while candidate Jennifer Garrison received 4,192 votes and Dennis Lambert received 296 votes. Republican Dave Wilson is the unofficial winner in the County Commission race over Democrat… Read More

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Monroe Voters Refuse School Levy

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Two schools will likely close now that Monroe County voters rejected their income tax levy. The Switzerland of Ohio Local School District Income Tax Levy failed 3,132- 1,946. As a result of the failure, Swiss Hills Career Center and Powhatan Elementary School both will close for the 2015-16 school year. These closures will save over… Read More

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Meigs County Unofficial Election Results

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Unofficial election results are in for Meigs County. Republican incumbent Tim Ihle is the unofficial winner in the county commission race. Ihle received 3,204 votes over Independent challenger Mick Davenport who received 2,398 votes.  Mary T. Byer ran unopposed in the county auditor race and received 4,303 votes.  Voters failed to approve the Meigs County… Read More

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ARTS/West Hosting Thomas Ansel Exhibit


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ARTS/West will host a reception for Baltimore, Ohio, artist Thomas Ansel this Friday, Nov. 7 from 6-8 p.m. Ansel’s exhibit, Found and Lost, will be on display through Nov. 30. According to Ansel’s artist statement, his work examines the intricate relationship between the artist and a wide variety of raw materials, including found objects and… Read More

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Electrical Aggregation To Be Decided By Voters


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Fifteen communities in Eastern and Southeast Ohio will decide on energy aggregation issues this Election Day. Energy aggregation is when electric or natural gas customers come together to form one large buyer. Ohio is one of six states in the U.S. that currently allows electric aggregation, according to the Local Energy Aggregation Network. The other… Read More

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Ohio’s Debate Over Early Voting


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All eyes are on the polls Tuesday evening as voters line up and cast their ballots for statewide races. However, not everyone voted on Election Day.  Some citizens chose to cast in-person absentee ballots. WOUB’s Angela Reighard took a deep look at early voting and tells us why it’s highly debated.

Garrett Players rehearse "Vintage Hitchcock"

Garret Players Set To Take Audiences Back In Time With “Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play”

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The Garret Players are about to take audiences back in time and behind the scenes with Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play. Performances are taking place Nov. 7-9 at the Fairfield County Library in Lancaster.

Written by Joe Landry and directed by Dan Steele, the play is set in a 1940s metropolitan radio station, complete with vintage microphones and “on-air” and “applause” signs. Five actors will play radio personalities who perform Alfred Hitchcock radio dramas.