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West Virginia to Depose Top Pharma Execs in Opioid Lawsuit

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Lawyers representing West Virginia in its lawsuit over the state’s opioid epidemic will depose top executives at the largest prescription drug distributor in the U.S. in coming months. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports five McKesson Corp. executives, including CEO John Hammergren, will be questioned under oath at the company’s San Francisco headquarters… Read More

How to be Happy at Work

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The most recent of bestselling author Dan Buettner’s insightful “Blue Zone” books shares lessons from healthy and thriving people around the world. In “The Blue Zones of Happiness,” Buettner summarizes a broad sweep of research and recommends ways for all of us to achieve greater well-being. According to Buettner, the latest studies suggest that by… Read More

Zanesville Community Theatre Receives $250,000 Grant


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Zanesville Community Theatre (ZCT) is pleased to announce that through the efforts of State Senator Troy Balderson, the theatre has been awarded a $250,000 grant for the project titled “Zanesville Performing Arts Theatre Preservation” in the State of Ohio FY19/20 Capital Budget. Zanesville attorney and ZCT Board President Jillian Von Gunten stated, “These funds will… Read More

‘Our Town: Athens’ Debuts on WOUB-TV, Monday, March 26 at 8

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Our Town: Athens explores the long, rich history of Athens, as told through the lens of numerous interviews and tons of fascinating historic photographs and footage. The production is crafted by Evan Shaw, WOUB’s award-winning producer responsible for the four prior installments to the “Our Town” series. In this interview, WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke to… Read More