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The Trimble Lady Tomcats fell to the Wellston Golden Rockets 57-33 at Wellston High School on Thursday. The Tomcats were at a slight disadvantage as their team consisted of only seven girls which made substitutions difficult and exhaustion easy. Coach Richards said the team only had eight players last year and the numbers just keep… Read More
The Meigs Lady Marauders blew away the Southern Lady Tornadoes Thursday tonight at Southern High School 57-24. The Marauders lost their first game of the season Monday night 64-38, but that didn’t stop them from making a comeback in tonight’s game. “We refocused ourselves on being able to take physical contact. Morgan really came at… Read More
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine get very specific in their recommendations of actions they think the federal government should take to lower prescription drug costs.
But in the long term, new technology could create more jobs than it eliminates, a new report says. It says governments and businesses have to prioritize retraining workers for the new economy.
The actor and singer starred as Pyle for years — first in The Andy Griffith Show, then in Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. Nabors parlayed the stardom of the beloved goof into a long career on stage, TV and film.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – John Hingsbergen, a voice of public radio for most of central and eastern Kentucky, has died. He was 67. WEKU station manager Roger Duvall confirmed Hingsbergen died suddenly Tuesday night. Hingsbergen was the content manager for WEKU, a public radio station based at Eastern Kentucky University that could be heard in… Read More
The move could come within weeks, according to multiple media outlets. President Trump brushed off questions on the topic during an Oval Office meeting on Thursday, saying only, “Rex is here.”
The hip-hop mogul announced he would step down from leadership roles at his companies after a second allegation of sexual assault was directed at him by the writer Jenny Lumet.
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. (AP) – A man sentenced to life in prison for a West Virginia slaying is in Pennsylvania to face charges in an interstate killing that police say was a case of mistaken identity. The Public Opinion reports John Wayne Strawser is accused of chasing down and killing 28-year-old Timothy Davison along Interstate 81… Read More
Rep. John Conyers, the 88-year-old Michigan Democrat facing multiple accusations of sexual misconduct, was hospitalized on Thursday, according to his office.
LOGAN, W.Va. (AP) – Police in West Virginia say a Tennessee fugitive is accused of posing as a police officer and faking an injury to obtain a prescription pain prescription at a hospital. Logan County Sheriff Sonya Dingess Porter says in a news release that Terry Michael Vickers was arrested Wednesday night after a deputy… Read More
ABC Players will hold public auditions for Kiss Me, Kate on December 9 and 10, 1-4 p.m., on The Stage at 30 Public Square, a new performance space at Stuart’s Opera House. Those auditioning should prepare to sing without accompaniment a one-minute song NOT from Kiss Me, Kate. Auditionees will read from the script and… Read More
Most everyone has memories of middle school and high school holiday band and choir performances tucked away somewhere in their spongy cerebral cortex. The black pants that don’t quite fit right, the attempts to wear a properly tied tie, the painstakingly practiced holiday numbers, and, more than anything, a distinct feeling of community with the… Read More
I want to go home But I want to stay out So goes a portion of “Definite Maybe,” the second track off of The Crooked Spines inaugural full length, Canyons. The song seems to be a testament to trying, whatever that may mean for the individual – trying to survive, trying to experience the limited… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Muskingum County is among the diverse locations of 12 large growers Ohio has picked for its medical marijuana program. The Ohio Department of Commerce announced the large cultivators and a final small grower Thursday. That rounds out the list of 24 companies authorized to produce medicinal marijuana under a new system… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A pair of powerhouse Republicans in Ohio is moving from rivalry to cooperation in the 2018 race for Ohio governor. Attorney General Mike DeWine and Secretary of State Jon Husted, both candidates to succeed GOP Gov. John Kasich next year, plan to announce a joint ticket Thursday. The pairing comes days… Read More
The best way to learn anything, for most folks, is just to do it. This is no different for the students of Hocking College’s music management program, who have spent the past several months planning and organizing a three-night live music event, known as Benefest, to gain experience in their desired field of work and… Read More
Who can believe it? Another year has come and gone, leaving but memories of records beloved past! This is an installment in an ongoing holiday season series for WOUB, in which some of the area’s favorite music nerds share what moved them, musically, in the year 2017. Natalie Colarossi is a student at Ohio University, and WOUB’s… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio —Outline Ohio is the new clothing brand on campus that has students buzzing. It’s simply an outline of the state of Ohio printed on hoodies, t-shirts, hats and sweatpants. Christopher Scott, Ohio University senior and CEO of Outline Ohio, is one of the students who runs the brand. He said the goal of… Read More
Crystal McVea is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, Waking Up in Heaven and the follow-up story, Chasing Heaven. Crystal’s journey to Heaven and back has given her a deep rooted passion for the needy and lost. Kindness, hope and redemption are central to the message she now shares with audiences across… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A spokesman says former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship plans to run for the U.S. Senate seat in West Virginia held by Democratic U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin. The 67-year-old Blankenship was released from a federal prison in California in May after serving a one-year prison term related to a deadly mine… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) – The Ohio attorney general has filed a lawsuit against a charity that claims to help children who are victims of crimes, calling it a “sham.” Attorney General Mike DeWine claims in his lawsuit filed Wednesday that of the $4.2 million Ohio Cops for Kids collected between 2005 and 2015, only 2 percent… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Officials say the inaugural competition for Ohio’s cybersecurity virtual training ground will test some high school and college students’ skills at defending against cyberattacks in real-world scenarios. They say Friday’s virtual capture-the-flag competition kicks off the first phase of the Ohio Cyber Collaboration Committee’s Cyber Range. That virtual practice space can… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia health officials are encouraging providers to ensure their patients over six months old get flu vaccinations. The Bureau for Public Health plans to kick off National Influenza Vaccination Week on Friday in Charleston with Commissioner Dr. Rahul Gupta and others discussing the importance of getting flu shots and the… Read More
Alexander’s tough defense and quick offence was the game plan throughout this matchup as they defeated the Federal Hocking Lancers in dominating fashion 56-31. The Lady Spartans were able to force 14 turnovers which lead to fast break points and helped transition them into offense. Federal Hocking was unable to find their rhythm as they… Read More