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ATHENS, OH — In the month of January, since Mid-American Conference play began, the Bobcats have scratched and clawed their way to a lead in the second half of all five games they have played. They won just two of those games. “You know, like I told our guys after the game, we’re close. But… Read More
WELLSTON, Ohio- It was a rough night for the Eastern Eagles as they faced off against the Wellston Golden Rockets. With one of their primary ball-handlers and top scorer in Colton Reynolds out for the night, the Eagles had to count on Garrett Barringer to facilitate the offense. A key component to Eastern’s 55-43 loss… Read More
STEWART, Ohio- The bleachers in the gym were packed Tuesday night as the Federal Hocking Lancers hosted the Belpre Eagles for a TVC-Hocking matchup. For the hundreds of Lancers fans that attended the game, they went home happy as Federal Hocking put on a dominant performance. Throughout the entire game, Fed Hock used their 1-3-1… Read More
MARIETTA, Ohio- After getting the Warren Warrior monkey off their backs last Friday, Athens found themselves with a completely new challenge; having to battle a tenacious Marietta Tigers team. This game had a heavyweight fight type of feel with both teams trading blows throughout the contest with the largest lead only being seven for Marietta,… Read More
The court said the nearly two dozen young people who were trying to force action by the government on climate change did not have standing to sue. The judges said climate change is a political issue.
Stuart’s Opera House is bringing MELTED back to The Bluestone, this year Friday, March 13 through Saturday, March 14. Get yourself psyched up for the festival with WOUB’s handy MELTED Spotify playlist, whic you can access right here: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6KeHG7bvv9shF9vD41o0mR. Enjoy tracks by the likes of Mikal Cronin, The Lemons, Protomartyr, and many more.
Micah Schnabel’s Teenage Years of the 21st Century paints a set of painfully contemporary stories only as a contemporary poet like Schnabel could: in hues of cathartic honesty, populated by real people grappling with terrifyingly relevant issues. This marks his most recent solo release, on which founding member of Columbus punk rock band Two Cow… Read More
The Senate reconvenes Tuesday for the Republican-led trial of President Donald Trump, who last year became the third president in history to be impeached by the House of Representatives. Seven Democrats have been named as managers to prosecute the House’s case, including Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff of California and Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler… Read More
THE FIRST RAINBOW COALITION PREMIERES ON INDEPENDENT LENS MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 2020 ON PBS AND PBS.ORG Documentary Tracks the History and Legacy of a Groundbreaking Multiethnic Alliance of Community Groups that Changed the Face of 1960s Chicago Politics A little-known 1960s movement in Chicago brought together a trailblazing alliance of community groups, including the… Read More
U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) says the new trade deal with China will level the playing field with the U.S., but he urges trade negotiators to be firm as they work on Phase Two. Portman says the deal ensures China will buy more U.S. products both in agriculture and manufacturing, and that it deters intellectual… Read More
Bruce Goldberg never completely left WOUB or broadcasting behind ATHENS, OH – It’s been nearly 50 years since Bruce Goldberg graduated from Ohio University. During that time, he had a wonderful career working in marketing and communications in the transportation industry, but there’s always been that nagging “what might’ve been” and one place he’s never… Read More