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Federal Hocking and South Webster stepped on the court for the first-round playoff game, but only one team moved on to the second round. It was a tough loss for the Lancers as South Webster took the lead early and kept it the entire game. The final score was 51-27. The Jeeps most valuable player… Read More
Donald Trump is fueling many women’s desire to run for office in 2018 — in the words of one analyst, he’s “the gift that keeps on giving” to the resistance.
One of the most influential religious figures of the 20th century, he radically changed the face of born-again Christianity from fundamentalism to a more embracing evangelicalism.
Respondents in Nationwide Survey Say Local PBS Stations Provide “Excellent” Value to Their Communities Parents Surveyed Rate PBS KIDS #1 Educational Media Brand For 15 consecutive years, Americans have named PBS and its member stations #1 in public trust among nationally known institutions, according to a nationwide survey released February 12, 2018. PBS led other… Read More
Renowned artist Jave Yoshimoto visits Ohio University to give a speech in Schoonover building Thursday, February 1st. While his visit, Yoshimoto collaborates with undergraduate art students Nouran Alhabmi, Citlali Elena and Natalie Condrac from Ohio University. Together, they created two pieces of art, showing a multi-layered piece on the challenges of refugees. His speech on… Read More
Author and columnist Shaunti Feldhahn has made a career helping people with their lives and relationships. Her newest book, The Kindness Challenge, claims only 30 days of kindness can lead to improving even the most difficult relationships. You can connect with Shaunti on social media @ShauntiFeldhahn and learn more about her book at jointhekindnesschallenge.com
People with keen eyes are finding small moments of joy in unexpected places around Ohio University. Small clay figures are popping up all over the Radio Television Building, Schoonover, and even inside the WOUB newsroom. They range from animals, to cartoon characters, to inanimate objects. The thing is the artist who makes them is a… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s medical marijuana board has planned to recommend that patients who meet certain requirements be able to buy smokable forms of the drug. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the board met Tuesday afternoon and plans to make the recommendation to state lawmakers. The board also plans to recommend legislators increase or… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – With teachers and some other public workers planning a statewide walkout Thursday and Friday over pay and benefits, many schools around West Virginia have announced plans to close those days. Teachers have held rallies decrying low pay, small proposed increases after several years without any and projected hikes in their insurance… Read More
Hundreds of Athens residents have responded to a survey offering their ideas for how to improve the city of over the next 20 years. The survey, which closed on Wednesday, was promoted by the Athens City Planning Committee as part of the effort to finalize a comprehensive plan by the end of 2018. Over 600 suggestions, covering… Read More