Archive

You are viewing the May 28, 2019 daily archives

a marijuana leaf

Report: Less Than 1/3 Med. Marijuana Dispensaries With Provisional License Receive Operating License

By:
Posted on:

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A report says fewer than one in every three medical marijuana dispensaries in Ohio that received a provisional license have also been granted an operating license. State officials say the dispensaries receive extra scrutiny because marijuana is still illegal at the federal level. Ali Simon is a spokeswoman for the state… Read More

Pike County Officials Await Promised Department of Energy Documents

By:
Posted on:

PIKETON (WOUB) — Pike County officials and community members watched closely as Department of Energy technicians began testing for radioactive contamination inside Zahn’s Corner Middle School on Saturday. Tensions rose once more in Piketon after the department submitted a testing proposal that was “inadequate,” according to Pike County officials.  Department representatives arrived Thursday to begin… Read More

An illustration of a graduation cap

Lawmakers Consider 2 Plans to Change Ohio Graduation Rules

By:
Posted on:

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio lawmakers are considering competing proposals to change high school graduation requirements again, after already easing rules for students earning diplomas this year and next year. A plan backed by the State Board of Education would let students qualify for graduation by demonstrating competency in certain subjects through testing or alternatives… Read More

PBS KIDS Kicks Off a Summer of Learning


Posted on:

PBS KIDS and member stations across the country dive into summer with new programming, digital resources, community activities and more for the whole family Visit the WOUB Learning Lab for more information about your favorite shows! To help bridge the summer learning gap and encourage curiosity and exploration throughout the summer months, PBS KIDS invites… Read More