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ATHENS, Ohio – The Trimble Tomcats, better known as the “Convo Cats” this time of year, made their return to the Convocation Center on Tuesday night for their District semi-finals matchup against the eleventh-seeded South Webster Jeeps. The Tomcats’ experience on the big stage proved to be the difference-maker as they jumped out to an… Read More
WOUB’s Chad Reich spoke with Will Oldham (who records as Bonnie “Prince” Billy) a few days before Oldham’s performance at Stuart’s Opera House on Friday, March 6. Jonathan Richman is also on the bill for the show, and you can find more details on the event at this link.
Friday is the deadline for Ohio communities suing drug makers and distributors to decide to continue with their lawsuits or join the state’s effort to reach what’s likely to be a massive settlement over the opioid crisis. Attorney General Dave Yost said there are several communities that haven’t yet had a chance to meet and discuss the… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Gov. Andy Beshear has announced a new effort to help Kentucky residents determine if they’re among the nonviolent felons now qualified to vote. The website unveiled Wednesday features a searchable database. It lets people find out if their voting rights were restored. It’s a followup to the executive order Beshear signed… Read More
The strike followed President Trump’s call with the Taliban, during which he says they agreed “we don’t want violence.” Still, the group has led a wave of attacks since signing the landmark deal.