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Why Were The Polls Off? Pollsters Have Some Early Theories
Along with state polls, national polls may have been significantly further off from the election results than in 2016. Many appear to have missed support for Trump and down-ballot GOP candidates.
Healthcare Workers Plead For Community Support; First County Goes Purple As COVID Surge Continues in Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKSU) — For the first time since Ohio began utilizing a color-coded public health alert advisory system, a county has reached the highest level of risk. Franklin County is… Read More
Athens Co. Confirms 41 COVID-19 Cases For November 18 And 19, Remains At Level 2
ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Athens County has now had 1,706 total cases of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic after 41 cases were confirmed over the last 48 hours. The… Read More
12 Million To Lose Jobless Benefits The Day After Christmas Unless Congress Acts
If Congress doesn’t compromise and pass another relief bill, a new study finds a staggering number of Americans will lose a critical financial lifeline as the pandemic worsens.
Gun Bill To Be Considered During Ohio’s Lame Duck Session
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Ohio lawmakers were supposed to take up a controversial gun bill this week that would have allowed concealed weapons in more places and expanded… Read More
Kennon Adkinson, Chief Kindness Officer of Sonny’s Barbeque
In a time when businesses are trying to do more with less, one restaurant chain is extending its Southern hospitality. Sonny’s Barbeque appointed its first CKO – Chief Kindness Officer… Read More
Lancaster’s Decorative Arts Center Spotlights ‘Russian Decorative Arts from the Tsars to the USSR’
WOUB Digital · Russian Decorative Arts from the Tsars to the USSR Through February 28, 2021, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (145 East Main Street, Lancaster) will showcase an… Read More