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Neither the House nor Senate proposals do much for the lowest-income Americans, and some higher-income people could gain a lot.
A group of Ohio University students from the organization called Renaissance Engineers volunteered their time at the Chauncey Public Library to teach the local children how to build their own flashlights. When asked why the organization wanted to volunteer at Chauncey, Renaissance Engineers President, Evan Streator, said kids in Chauncey often don’t get the level… Read More
Playing music is more than replicating tunes immortalized on sheets of lined paper. If you’ve ever been in a band, whether that was in late elementary school or with your cousins in a garage for a couple of years in early college, you know the multitude of benefits that come with playing music in a… Read More
This is the November 14, 2017 broadcast of The OUtlet from WOUB News. This week, our reporters will take you to the Chauncey Public Library where OU students are helping elementary schoolers with a STEM project. Go on a tour of an Athens church that hasn’t held services in years. And one reporter questions something… Read More
Mountain Stage with Larry Groce has been entertaining and enlightening listeners and viewers for decades – exposing them to everything from deeply traditional bluegrass and roots oriented blues to the likes of Cleveland’s own art rockers, Pere Ubu, and surrealist and psychedelic troubadour Robyn Hitchcock, every week. On Sunday, November 19, Mountain Stage will be based… Read More