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Stephen Caracciolo

New Lancaster Chorale Director Appointed

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Nationally recognized choral conductor, composer/arranger and choral music educator Stephen Caracciolo has been appointed artistic director of Lancaster, Ohio’s Lancaster Chorale. Dr. Caracciolo is assistant professor of Music in Choral Conducting at University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). Recognized for his passionate artistry and creative teaching, he instructs conducting, voice and choral related courses, and… Read More

Student Productions Recognized by Ohio Valley Regional Chapter of NATAS

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WOUB student productions have received three student production awards and several honorable mentions from the Ohio Valley regional chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. For the fourth year in a row, and seventh time in its 16 year history, Gridiron Glory has been recognized in the Sports category. The student-produced show… Read More

Vinton County Sheriff’s Deputy Injured in Crash

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A Vinton County Sheriff’s Office cruiser was reportedly involved in a multi-vehicle crash in McArthur on Sunday night. Deputy Michelle Thomas was reportedly driving her cruiser southbound on South Market (Route 93) at approximately 10:52 p.m. when her vehicle collided with a 1995 Chevy S 10 truck driven by Daniel Miracle, 24, of McArthur. Thomas… Read More

Rosanne Cash

Rosanne Cash Coming to Ohio University

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The Ohio University Performing Arts and Concert series will present legendary singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash on Jan. 31 at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Cash has been touring behind her recent release, The River and the Thread. The three-time Grammy Award-winning album was produced by her collaborator, musical director, guitarist and husband, John Leventhal, who is also… Read More

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Athens Nonprofit Serves Up Healthy Lifestyle Info

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Before Tom and Barbara Kostohryz watched the documentary Forks Over Knives, they consumed a typical Western diet, one high in processed foods with an abundance of meat and dairy products. That changed after seeing the 2011 documentary that promotes a less processed, plant-based diet to reduce and reverse the rate at which people are being… Read More