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Athens Lady Bulldogs Falter Against Explosive Warren Offense

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THE PLAINS, Ohio- Gearing up for conference play, the Athens Bulldogs hosted the Warren Warriors Monday night. From the start the Lady Warriors took control of the game, leading 31-7 at halftime and cruising to a 61-18 victory. The Bulldogs had a tough time defending the Warriors because everyone on the team was contributing. The… Read More

Week In Review: Lady Tomcats’ Historic Win Over Waterford Highlights Another Solid Week

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GLOUSTER, Ohio – It may have taken a little more than 14 years, but the wait was worth it Thursday night as the Lady Tomcats defeated the Waterford Lady Wildcats 48-37. It was the first time the Lady Tomcats beat the Lady Wildcats since 2005. Trimble handed the five-time defending TVC-Hocking champs the loss behind… Read More

President Donald Trump takes questions from the media before boarding Maine One at the White House in Washington, Friday, Aug. 30, 2019, en route to Camp David in Maryland.

Trump Seeks to Relax Environmental Regulation of Some Infrastructure Projects

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The Trump administration wants to roll back part of a seminal law requiring environmental impact statements for infrastructure projects such as roads, mines and pipelines. Industry has long pushed for these changes to reduce what it says are endless delays, but environmental groups argue the proposal would be disastrous for environmental protection. PBS NewsHour’s William… Read More

New National Storytelling Project, PBS American Portrait, Exploring What it Really Means to be an American Today


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THE MULTIPLATFORM EXPERIENCE, INCLUDING A MULTI-PART DOCUMENTARY SERIES, CREATED AND PRODUCED BY RADICALMEDIA, WILL BE THE SIGNATURE PROGRAMMING INITIATIVE OF PBS’s 50TH ANNIVERSARY   PASADENA, CA; JANUARY 10, 2020 – PBS today announced the launch of a new multiplatform experience that will allow people throughout the country to participate in a national conversation about what… Read More

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Marshall University Launches Pediatric Medicine Fellowship

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – Marshall University’s School of Medicine will welcome two fellows to a new pediatric hospital medicine program launching this summer. The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine says the two-year program focuses on developing physicians at hospitals in the Huntington area who will lead care for juvenile patients. University officials… Read More

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NPR’s Student Podcast Challenge Returns, Now Open For Classroom Entries


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New resources for teachers and students grades 5-12, including a podcast about the contest   After an inaugural Student Podcast Challenge that saw roughly 25,000 students participate from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, NPR is encouraging even more teachers, middle- and high-schoolers across the country to turn their classrooms into production studios,… Read More

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Former WOUB Student and Chicago Bulls Play-by-Play Announcer Celebrates Appreciation of Southeast Ohio with Joe Burrow


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Chuck Swirsky credits WOUB with career success   ATHENS, OH – As Chicago Bulls Radio Play-by-Play Announcer Chuck Swirsky gets ready to watch tonight’s NCAA National Championship Game where LSU will play Clemson, he can’t help but be filled with pride and thankful that his time as a student sports reporter and anchor at WOUB… Read More