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Stephanie McCloud, director Ohio Department of Health

New Health Orders For Facilities That Serve Senior Citizens

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COLUMUBS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — The Ohio Department of Health director has signed some new orders dealing with the care of older Ohioans. ODH Director Stephanie McCloud signed an order that reopens senior day cares and senior centers, and another that amends testing requirements for staff at residential care facilities and nursing homes. Now, fully vaccinated staff… Read More

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Support your team with anytime coaching, suggests Wendy Swire

Posted on:   Today’s theme is how to help your team members grow and thrive by building coaching into your everyday conversations at work. Our guest is Wendy Swire, an executive coach, leadership consultant and pioneer in the art of using neuroscience to help people become more engaged and productive on the job. She’s also co-other… Read More

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Episode 148 : Twila True

Posted on:   Twila True, a lifelong member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux Tribe, is a mega-successful entrepreneur whose businesses total more than one billion dollars. With roots from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, the poorest community in the U.S., Twila overcame a challenging family upbringing to become a business megaforce, from investing and… Read More

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Power Switch: Solar Is Heating Up In The Ohio Valley

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FLOYD COUNTY, Ky. (OVR) — St. Vincent’s Mission has been doing the work of feeding, clothing and sheltering the people of Floyd County, Kentucky, since 1968. “We believe that all persons have a God-ordained right to the basic needs of life in order to meet their full potential,” the mission states on its website. Recently,… Read More

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Fairfield Co. Unofficial Results For May 2021 Primary

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — A total of 9.5% of voters in Fairfield County turned out for Tuesday’s Primary Election to cast ballots on a variety of issues. Becky Tenner secured a little more than 71% of the vote to receive the Republican nomination for Lancaster City County Ward 6 over Pete Sanderell, 118-47. The Fairfield County… Read More

Vanessa Kaukonen Reflects On COVID-19, 20-Year Anniversary of ‘Live From Fur Peace Ranch’

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Earlier this year, WOUB’s Live From Jorma Kaukonen’s Fur Peace Ranch turned 20 years old. Over the course of the past two decades, internationally respected musician and ‘60s counterculture icon, Jorma Kaukonen (Jefferson Airplane, Hot Tuna) has worked with WOUB to record and subsequently broadcast live musical performances from his Fur Peace Ranch (FPR) guitar… Read More

Steven Johnson and David Olusoga

Celebrate Unsung Heroes of Public Health in “EXTRA LIFE: A SHORT HISTORY OF LIVING LONGER” starting May 11

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New Four-Part Series Explores the Life-Extending Role of Science, Medicine and Public Health EXTRA LIFE: A SHORT HISTORY OF LIVING LONGER to Premiere on May 11, 2021 on PBS Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Steven Johnson and David Olusoga Guide Viewers Through Three Centuries of Health Innovations   EXTRA LIFE: A SHORT HISTORY OF LIVING LONGER, a… Read More