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Surprising Close Matchup Between Waterford and Federal Hocking

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Tonight’s matchup between Federal Hocking and Waterford was definitely one of the most intense matchups either team has played all season long. Each side had their share of struggles, and their share of successes.  Ultimately though, the Wildcats outlasted the Lancers 44-39. The first quarter was dominated early on by the Wildcats, as the Lancer… Read More

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West Virginia Senate Votes to Provide Free Technical College

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s Senate has voted unanimously to provide free community and technical college for residents in fields where state officials determine workers are needed. Once skeptical senators say they were swayed by conditions intended to create pathways to jobs here as tradesmen. It would authorize tuition grants to West Virginians at… Read More

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W. Va. Public School Workers May Walk Out Over Budget Concerns

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Public school employees in some parts of West Virginia are considering a one-day walkout to protest low pay, rising insurance costs and frustration with politicians’ talk of only 1 percent raises. The president of the West Virginia Education Association’s Mingo County arm tells The Charleston Gazette-Mail that majorities of professional and… Read More

Upcoming at OU: Magician Daniel Martin, 3 Doors Down, Lara St. John and Matt Herskowitz


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The coming weeks bring with them a slew of exciting performing arts events on Ohio University’s campus. Check out the details below! You can always check out tickets for the events at this link.  Daniel Martin Magician – Comedian – Entertainer   Friday, February 2, 2018, 8 p.m.  Ohio University’s Memorial Auditorium Daniel Martin has quickly become one… Read More