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Trimble knew that with eight victories thus far this season, they had a playoff spot secured. Trimble knew however with a win against Wahama, the Tomcats would clinch an outright TVC-Hocking title and a home playoff game in week 11. Trimble came into tonight’s game with a chip on their shoulder, knowing they were in… Read More
Allison Hunter: Tracks 1-4 I’m not a fan of Halloween or anything scary or suspenseful but I’m trying to be a good sport. These are some of the not-so-obvious songs that come to mind when, I (forced to) think of ambiance setters for this time of year. “Freaks Come Out At Night” – Whodini “Put… Read More
The political ads in the Ohio Valley are playing on what seems like a constant loop. That’s not unusual for election season. But what is unusual this year is how many ads focus on health care. Consider this one from Kentucky Republican Andy Barr, who’s facing a tough challenge in the 6th Congressional District from Democrat Amy McGrath…. Read More
Former judge and defense attorney Tom Hodson hosts a discussion with Athens County Prosecutor Keller Blackburn and Joannah Tindongan, Southeast Ohio Organizer with Faith in Public Life. The conversation examines the pros and cons of reducing the penalty of some drug possession charges in an effort to funnel resources toward rehabilitation instead of incarceration.
’Tis the season for election races and ghosts. #457SEO makes a brief return from hiatus with an attempt to cut through the BS. Cleveland Plain Dealer Editorial Board Member, columnist and assistant professor at Ohio University Tom Suddes, Ph. D. joins the WOUB News to talk about the governor’s race, Issue 1 and local school… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s Supreme Court has effectively halted impeachment proceedings against a retired justice and a suspended justice. WCHS-TV reports that the court said in an order that its decision to stop Justice Margaret Workman’s impeachment hearing applies to other justices facing impeachment. Retired Justice Robin Davis and suspended Justice Allen Loughry… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s governor says broadband network operator Zayo Group will build a fiber network crossing 200 miles of the state. Gov. Jim Justice said Thursday the broadband route will link Columbus, Ohio, with Ashburn, Virginia, which is near Dulles International Airport. The company says construction of the network will begin early… Read More
Law enforcement officials say the package sent to Booker, a New Jersey Democrat, was found in Florida; authorities recovered the other one in Manhattan addressed to Clapper care of CNN.
On Friday, October 26, Kathy Mattea will perform at the Peoples Bank Theatre in Marietta. WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke to the country superstar about her new album, “Pretty Bird,” retraining her voice after personal tragedy, and the importance of a by-chance meeting with Tony Bennett many years ago.
That’s slower than the second quarter’s blockbuster 4.2 percent but puts the economy on pace for the fastest annual growth in 13 years.