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After Obamacare: Ending Affordable Care Act Could Cut Addiction Treatment

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Alexandra Kanik | Ohio Valley ReSource As Congress considers repealing the Affordable Care Act, health professionals in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia grapple with what that might mean for a region where many depend on the law for access to care. This occasional series from the ReSource explores what’s ahead for the Ohio Valley after… Read More

OU Brings Acclaimed Sound Artist and Anthropologist to Athens 16-17


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Visiting sound artist and experimental turntablist Maria Chávez and anthropologist Shane Greene will visit Ohio University March 16–17. Events include a performance at ARTS/West, an abstract turntablism workshop at Stuart’s Opera House and an artist lecture. These events are presented by Latin American Studies, with support from the College of Fine Arts. Chávez and anthropologist Shane… Read More

New ‘United Meditation Room’ at OU


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Ohio University students now have a new place to find some peace and quiet. The International Student Union (ISU) and OU faculty opened the new “United Meditation Room” on the fifth floor of Alden Library this afternoon. The purpose of the room is to provide an inviting place for people of all backgrounds to meditate,… Read More

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Naloxone Rebates Save State Money

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State officials say agencies in Ohio have saved nearly $400,000 on the overdose antidote naloxone since 2015 under a rebate agreement that is being extended for another year. Attorney General Mike DeWine says the agreement with Amphastar Pharmaceuticals allows non-federal public entities in Ohio to receive a $6 rebate for each… Read More

Waterford Rallies in Overtime for District Title

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Ellie Jo Johnson nailed both free throws.  Eighteen seconds until an upset, the Lady Jeeps led Waterford 35-33.  South Webster’s fans went crazy.  Waterford’s side sat stunned.  Meanwhile the players on the court played on. Hayley Duff went coast-to-coast and threw up a shot.  The ball banked off the backboard and in with three seconds… Read More

OU President Initiates Dismissal Process Against Escobedo

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An Ohio University English professor embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal will now face the real possibility of losing his job, after the university’s interim president recommended the dismissal process be initiated. Interim President David Descutner sent Dr. Andrew Escobedo a letter notifying him that he has decided to start “dismissal proceedings” following recommendations from… Read More