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Two Killed In Collision On US-33 Outside of Athens


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Ashley Ashley, 24, The Plains, and an infant are dead after a two-vehicle accident on US-33 between the Pleasanton Road and Rainbow Lake Road exits. The Ohio State Patrol says Tuesday afternoon’s accident happened after Michael Angelo’s van veered left of center and hit a pickup truck that was traveling westbound. The 34 year old… Read More

VNMF

OU Partners With NMF to Create Virtual Festival


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Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication and the School of Media Arts & Studies are partnering with the Nelsonville Music Festival to bring the annual festival to audiences through an innovative, virtual collaboration called Virtual Nelsonville Music Festival (VNMF). Due to COVID-19, the four-day festival that features local, regional, national and international musicians from multiple… Read More

Lawmaker Wants Slavery Clause Removed From Ohio’s Constitution

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  Ohio’s constitution bans slavery except for one reason. And at least one Black lawmaker wants that exception stripped from the state’s governing document. Democratic Sen. Cecil Thomas (D-Cincinnati) said the clause that allows slavery as the punishment for a crime needs to be removed from the state constitution. When the Ohio Constitution was ratified in 1851,… Read More

Anietra Hamper

Columbus Native and Aficionado Reimagines Things to Do in City Amidst COVID-19 Crisis

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WOUB Digital · Columbus Native and Aficionado Reimagines Things to Do in City Amidst COVID-19 Crisis Anietra Hamper is a Columbus native and a 20-year-plus veteran of the media industry. Although she spent decades in the television news world as an Emmy-nominated anchor, she is now a travel journalist and photographer, with her work regularly… Read More