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Scotties Look North Towards Playoff Face Off Against Barberton

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The Tri-Valley Scotties (9-1) will have a long drive up I-77 for a Friday night playoff battle against the Barberton Magics (10-0) in the first round of the postseason. The Scotties, fresh off a victory over Maysville which clinched an MVL conference title (shared with the Sheridan Generals), are led by senior quarterback Luke Fargus,… Read More

Hillsboro Suits Up for Week Eleven Against Eastmoor Academy

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The Hillsboro Indians came up one yard short of an undefeated season. This fall has been the culmination of a long eight-year rebuilding process in which Hillsboro has had only two winning seasons (2017, 2018) since 2010, including two winless seasons in 2012 and 2013. One of two Frontier Athletic Conference schools to share the… Read More

KY Coal Mine That Belonged To WV Governor Causes Damaging Floods Again

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The rain started around 10:30 p.m. By midnight, the creek in front of Elvis and Laura Thackers’ house had swelled to a mighty flood, uprooting trees, moving boulders and surging right up to the couple’s front steps. The Thackers decided to abandon their home. But when they got into their Jeep, they found the flood… Read More

Athens To Face Top-Seeded Bishop Hartley In Regional Quarterfinals

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TVC-Ohio champion Athens (9-1) travels north to Columbus on Friday to face Bishop Hartley (8-2) – the top seed in Division III, Region 11. The Bulldogs are making their sixth appearance in the state tournament and their first appearance since they were state runners-up in 2014.  The 2014 Athens team finished 14-1 and was led… Read More

2018 Midterm Election Coverage


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From the WOUB Newsroom: On Tuesday, November 6 you will get local, regional, and national election results on all of WOUB Public Media’s platforms. You can keep track of more than 200 state and county races by checking  WOUB.org after the polls close. The Media Lab team will provide Facebook Live updates starting at 8:00 PM… Read More

‘Retaliatory Campaign’ Against Brown, Dettelbach Won’t Go Forward

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The group affiliated with a convicted Republican businessman in Ohio says an elaborate retaliatory campaign it had planned against two prominent Democrats won’t be carried out before Tuesday’s election. In a Thursday email, The Justice Association LLC told The Associated Press the political timing was not right for advancing a hoped-for… Read More