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Josh Antonuccio and Valerie June

Gladden House Sessions Returning to NMF

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The Gladden House Sessions, a video series produced by WOUB and Ohio University’s School of Media Arts & Studies, is returning to the Nelsonville Music Festival. Launched during last year’s fest, the series features artist interviews and stripped-down acoustic performances on the porch of the historic Gladden House, located near the back of the festival… Read More

Nonprofits in 12 WV Counties Eligible for Disaster Loans

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Disaster loans are being offered to nonprofit organizations in a dozen West Virginia counties that sustained damage from severe weather in April. The U.S. Small Business Administration says private nonprofits that don’t provide critical services of a governmental nature can apply for the low-interest disaster loans. The loans are available for… Read More

Athens City Schools Superintendent to Retire as Investigation Ends


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Thursday (May 21), the Athens City School Board announced that Superintendent Carl Martin will retire effective July 31st after being placed on administrative leave in February. The current Associate Supt. Tom Gibbs will then into that position and the position of Associate Supt. will be eliminated for financial considerations. This comes after a 3 month-long investigation which… Read More

Whiskey Shivers

Duck Creek Log Jam Slated for this Weekend


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The hills will be alive with music this weekend as the fourth annual Duck Creek Log Jam music festival kicks off Friday night in Logan. The annual event is dubbed as “a music festival of roots, bluegrass, blues, rock, folk, country and what have you.” According to Hobie Shaw, one of the event organizers, the… Read More