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The New Lexington Panthers will be hitting the road this week to try to extend their winning streak to three games to start the season against their fellow Muskingum Valley Conference foe Morgan. New Lexington (2-0) is off to a hot start to begin their 2018 campaign, as the Panthers cruised to a 48-0 victory… Read More
The Logan Chieftains (0-2) travel to Meigs County to take on the Marauders (0-2) as both of these teams look to add a one to their win column. Though the records may be the same, it has been a story of two tales as the Marauders have put up a total of 48 points against… Read More
In 2015, Matt Moore released First Songs, a 20-tune collection produced by Josh Antonuccio at 3 Elliott Studios featuring a laundry list of Athenian musical patriarchs, among them Jake Householder, Ricky Chilcott, and Bruce Dalzell — who also just booked Moore for a Wednesday Night Acoustic Showcase at the Front Room on Wednesday, September 5…. Read More
Before the release of 2017’s Big Bad Luv (4AD), John Moreland may have been known best as one of those truly rare songwriters who wielded his words like a skillful knife, ruthlessly filleting the heart of any listener. 2013’s In The Throes is deliriously and deliciously cathartic — “I never cared for anyone so much/I… Read More
In signs the health care market may be maturing, an analysis of insurance filings shows premiums will rise less than 4 percent on average and companies plan to market more policies in more places.
Every weekend volunteer DJs fill the airwaves with their favorite sounds. Check out this playlist curated based on what those volunteer music geeks were spinning this past weekend.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state’s long-serving prisons director has stepped down after almost eight years. Gary Mohr has been director of the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction for almost all of Gov. John Kasich’s two terms. He oversaw more than 12,000 employees and close to 50,000 inmates. His last day was Friday. Mohr made… Read More
Rosemary Jesionowski, Associate Professor of Studio Art, received her BFA with a concentration in Photography from Ohio University in 2002 and her MFA from Indiana University in 2005. She teaches courses in photography, printmaking, and digital media at University of Mary Washington. Jesionowski will stop in Athens from September 4-6 as part of The Great… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Complaints alleging a rider in a popular cancer charity bike ride may have faked his illness and pocketed donations have been filed with police and the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. The annual Pelotonia charity ride in central Ohio has collected more than $170 million over 10 years for cancer research at… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Department of Transportation has rejected bids for a major road construction project along I-70 in Ohio County. West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said the state could not afford to award the contract because all of the bids were too expensive. Justice said the state is considering changing the… Read More
Since August 30, the walls of Baker Center’s Trisolini Gallery have been adorned with outfits of varied sizes, shapes and colors. Placed against a stark white background, the seemingly unrelated outfits are united for one reason: they are all replicas of what someone was wearing during a sexual assault. Together, they serve as part of… Read More
On Saturday, September 1, power pop legend Dwight Twilley performed at The Union, and WOUB’s Charles Hatcher was there to capture the action. Check out his photos of the show below.