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POINT PLEASANT, W. Va (WOUB) – Every third weekend in September, thousands of people flock to the streets of Point Pleasant, West Virginia to celebrate a local legend: the Mothman. The Mothman Festival attracts people from near and far to learn the history and hear the stories of the mysterious creature called the Mothman. Festival-goers… Read More
School lunches at Federal Hocking Local Schools had a little something extra Monday. All students had access to free milk, even students bringing their own lunches. Superintendent Wood said the Federal Hocking general fund will cover the expense because federal money cannot be used for a giveaway. After crunching the numbers, Wood said the annual… Read More
Everyone sees the Ohio football team on the gridiron but few realize how much time the coaches and players put in before any pads are put on. Football reporter Sean Neidig talked to coach Tim Albin and running back Daz Patterson about how important film is to their success.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A new survey finds that a quarter of undergraduate women at more than two dozen universities say they experienced unwanted sexual contact at some point during their college career. The survey by the Association of American Universities comes at a time of heightened public awareness and increased scrutiny of what schools… Read More
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s the… WOUB Visuals Staff! Photos from the past week including the Vice President visiting the Buckeye state, the non-Buckeye Ohio football team moving on to a 3-0 record, and a different perspective of the Vinton County Air Show. As always, thanks for looking!
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio proposal to legalize marijuana has drawn support from the state’s chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and opposition from a major law enforcement group. The organizations are among the latest to announce their positions on the ballot initiative, known as Issue 3 in the Nov. 3 election. Early… Read More
Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville will host Peruvian dance group Adu for free performance on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. The group will also visit area schools for workshops and performances, present field trips at the Opera House, and work with both Ohio University dance students and Factory Street Dance Studio. Adu is a non-profit… Read More