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Report Shows 554,124 West Virginians Lack Broadband Access

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A new report says a half-million West Virginians still lack access to high-speed internet service, including about half of all those who live in rural areas. The report released Wednesday by U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin cites Federal Communications Commission estimates that 554,124 West Virginians can’t get reliable broadband. Among the state’s… Read More

Ohio Asked to Help in Investigation of 6 Women Reported Missing

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MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (AP) – Police investigating the cases of six women reported missing in southwest Ohio are seeking state help in determining if there’s a connection between the women. Middletown Police Lt. Scott Reeve tells The Hamilton-Middletown Journal-News the only solid connection seems to be that they all live within a 35-mile radius along Interstates… Read More

OH+5 2018 Submissions Now Open to Ohio and its Five Bordering States


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The Dairy Barn Arts Center is pleased to announce we are now accepting submissions for our upcoming all media, juried exhibition OH+5 ’18. The 10th in a series of competitions, OH+5 serves to promote artists residing in Ohio and its five bordering states: Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. OH+5 aims to feature new work that provides the viewer with an… Read More

Lecture By Visiting Scholar of Comparative Literature Oct. 5


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Dr. Ross Kristen’s 2016 book Communal Luxury: The Political Imaginary of the Paris Commune, on the thought and culture of the Communard uprising of 1871, resonates with the motivations and actions of contemporary protest, which has found its most powerful expression in the reclamation of public space. Dr. Ross is a professor of comparative literature at New York University and… Read More