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Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville, Ohio welcomes visionary folk duo Anna & Elizabeth on Thursday, April 12 at 8 p.m. and tickets are on sale now! Anna & Elizabeth has appeared on stages across the world, including the Cambridge Folk Festival, Brighton Festival, Newport Folk Festival, National Sawdust, Atlanta Museum of Modern Art, Old Town… Read More
But cramped seats, cutbacks on freebies and extra fees weren’t measured in the report and are wearing on airline travelers.
Embattled EPA chief Scott Pruitt has moved to reverse or weaken dozens of environmental measures. But many face a slow regulatory process, and may yet be undone.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – State officials are warning Ohio health care providers that synthetic marijuana possibly contaminated with a substance used as rat poison is linked to cases of severe bleeding in other states. The Department of Health says Ohio has logged no such cases, but it’s alerting medical professionals and Poison Control Centers in… Read More
News about smartphone addiction, false stories and election interference have some tech executives regretful about what they’ve created. Some in the industry are turning to fixing the problems.
Join us for the 13th Annual Little Cities Tour de Forest Benefit Bicycle Ride on Saturday morning, April 21, 2018 beginning and ending at Hocking College Student Center in Nelsonville. Various routes take riders through the forested hills of southeastern Ohio on both level and challenging courses. In its third year, our challenging gravel route… Read More
Farmsteaders is a meditative look at contemporary rural America, told through the lens of a love story that takes place on Gallipolis’ Laurel Valley Creamery. The film, directed by Shaena Mallett, will open up the 2018 Athens International Film and Video Festival on Monday, April 12 at 7 p.m. It will be shown again on Sunday,… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Supreme Court says two of Gov. Jim Justice’s coal companies weren’t responsible for contaminating the wells of more than a dozen families. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the court Thursday upheld a 2016 ruling by a Wyoming County circuit judge. The families’ appeal said there was jury interference, witness… Read More
Hundreds of people from across the globe gathered Saturday at the annual International Street Fair, the final gathering of International Week at Ohio University. The fair kicked off with a parade down Court St., as natives waved their countries’ flags. Vendors, selling and giving away international foods, lined E. Union St., eager to talk about their… Read More
Ohio University’s track and field team celebrated its first home game by winning the Cherry Blossom Invitational on Saturday. Bobcats pushed through the chilly weather Despite the cold, the Bobcats came in hot, winning nine events: seven track and two field events. Ohio Head Coach Clay Calkins said the weather can definitely have an effect… Read More