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Two Vinton County gaming businesses have been charged with hosting illegal gambling following a raid of their establishments by state and local officials. Police conducted search warrants in McArthur… Read More
"Rise of the Phoenix," the latest in a series of benefits to aid fire-damaged businesses on West Union Street in Athens, is scheduled for Dec. 18, featuring 20 local acts at four uptown venues.
WOUB talked with organizer Hil Hackworth, who set up the event to assist The Union Bar & Grill's rebuilding efforts.
J. Richard Hamilton, Baker and Hostetler Professor of Humanities and Professor of Theater Bill Condee joins Kelee Riesbeck to talk about the seemingly disparate yet elegantly connected topics of Appalachian… Read More
Dr. Jay Shubrook, DO '96, reflects on his years as a student, physician, professor, researcher and editor at Ohio University's Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine as he heads to Touro… Read More
Athens-based Ohio music and art collective Aquabear Legion will release a double LP compilation featuring 24 Ohio bands in spring 2015. The organization launched an Indiegogo page to fund the… Read More
Bills legalizing consumer fireworks, providing confidentiality for lethal injection drug companies, and requiring parental permission for teen tanning are among those poised for final action as Ohio's two-year legislative session… Read More
Each December, WOUB asks its staff, volunteers and contributors to share their year-end "best of" lists on woub.org.
Today, Athens singer-songwriter Liz Pahl singles out some of her favorite musical moments of 2014, including albums by Beck, Angel Olsen and Courtney Barnett.