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The Waterford Lady Wildcats dominated the TVC-Hocking with an impressive record of (16-0). Four well deserving players had the honor of being named All-TVC Hocking for the 2017-2018 season. One of those four players had the special honor of being named most valuable player, senior Alli Kern. Lady Wildcats head coach Jerry Close lead his… Read More
Vladimir Putin has handily won a fourth term as Russia’s president, with many voters telling NPR they saw no other viable candidates.
Some major retailers use consumer shopping behavior to determine if they are a risk or should be authorized to make returns.
The second day of the 27th annual River City Blues Festival featured the likes of Cary Morin, Gaye Adegbalola, Lurrie Bell, Missippi Heat, and Bernard Allison. Take a look at the photos taken throughout the day at the festival by WOUB’s Hannah Schroeder.
Bottles of bourbon make their way through the assembly line at Maker’s Mark, one of ten distilleries on the Kentucky bourbon trail. They’re cleaned, filled, capped and then dipped in the company’s signature red wax, a tradition that started with the wife of the distillery’s founder, Bill Samuels. “She took red sealing wax, she put it… Read More
A key piece of the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes’ first regional championship in 35 years was offensive weapon Keegan Wilburn. The All-State Sophomore was used all over the field, in the backfield, in the slot, out of the wildcat, and on kickoff returns, a matchup nightmare for defenses. The 5’9” Sophomore finished with over 2,000 all-purpose yards and… Read More
The first night of the 27th Annual River City Blues Festival featured dynamite performances from JJ Thames and the Violet Revolution and the one and only C.J. Chenier and his Red Hot Louisiana Band. Take a look at these photos, taken by WOUB’s Jordan Kelley, during the festival’s first night of performances on Friday, March 16.
ATHENS, Ohio– Ohio University students turned Athens back over to locals as they packed their bags for spring break on March 9. The exodus caused some uptown businesses to shut down, giving employees time off or allowing managers to save money by reducing payroll. Josh Thomas owner of Brenen’s Coffee Café said the decrease in customer traffic… Read More
ATHENS — The county has reached a settlement with a former sheriff in regards to pay given to him as he stood trial for engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity. The Athens County Commissioners announced a settlement deal with Pat Kelly that would bring the county $8,700, and avoid going into litigation in the… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – A West Virginia doctor says a couple’s three newborn daughters are “exceedingly rare” because they are identical triplets. WSAZ-TV reports parents Alex and Brianna Walls of Kenova are able to tell the babies apart now because they’re different sizes, but they say they’ll have to find another way when their weights… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Gov. Matt Bevin is urging current and retired state workers in Kentucky to pressure lawmakers to act on revamping one of the nation’s worst-funded public pension plans. Bevin said in a four-minute video Saturday night that if structural changes aren’t made, the teachers’ retirement system will likely run out of money… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A woman critically injured in a deadly ride accident at the Ohio State Fair would get nearly $1.8 million in a proposed settlement of her claims against the ride operator and companies that had inspected it. A carriage on the spinning, swinging Fire Ball ride broke apart last July, killing a… Read More
CLEVELAND (AP) – Former federal prosecutor Preet Bharara is in Ohio raising money for Democrat Steven Dettelbach, another former U.S. attorney who’s running for state attorney general. Bharara was headlining Dettelbach fundraisers Sunday in Columbus and Cleveland. It’s only his second round of political events since being fired by Republican President Donald Trump in March… Read More