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Large solar projects in southeast Ohio spur conflicting feelings for local landowners

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WOUB Digital · Large solar projects in southeast Ohio spur conflicting feelings for local landowners ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Many years ago, Dan Abraham bought some land in Vinton County in southeast Ohio. It’s up on a ridge overlooking a valley, not far from Zaleski State Forest. “I went down there and the realtor took… Read More

Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits in a promotional photo that features an image of Noone on stage holding a microphone against a red backdrop.

British Invasion vets Herman’s Hermits will criss-cross Ohio, Peter Noone professes appreciation of Buckeye State and the importance of local radio

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WOUB Digital · Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits spoke with WOUB’s Ian Saint “Something tells me I’m into something good…”  You’ll probably recognize that as the hook of a VERY catchy song. It’s from “I’m Into Something Good,” the debut single by Herman’s Hermits, who were at the forefront of the British Invasion when it… Read More

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Newark Catholic is seeking its first state title since 2007, but a familiar foe stands in the way

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In the preseason, all high school teams dream of making it to a state title game. For Newark Catholic, their goal wasn’t just to make it to Canton, but to end the season as state champions. Coach Ryan Aiello emphasized this to his team following their 14-7 win over Warren JFK in the state semi-finals… Read More

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Ohio lawmakers are considering another restriction on abortion

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — An Ohio House committee is considering yet another abortion bill – one that would require doctors to provide life-saving care if a fetus is possibly viable after an abortion. But opponents of the bill say it isn’t needed. Abortion rights advocates like Dr. Erika Boothman of Columbus said the… Read More

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., arrives at the Capitol Thursday to update reporters on the must-pass priority of funding the government.

Congress approves a short-term funding bill to avoid a government shutdown

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Updated December 2, 2021 at 9:25 PM ET WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — A day before the federal government is scheduled to run out of money, Congress on Thursday approved a short-term spending bill that will keep federal agencies running through Feb. 18, 2022. The legislation now goes to President Biden, who needs to sign it… Read More

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The Fairfield County District Library and the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio kick off collaborative programming Dec. 11

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WOUB Digital · The Fairfield County District Library and the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio Collaborate The Fairfield County District Library and the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio have come together to provide a new way for library patrons to experience the exhibitions at the Decorative Arts Center. Saturday, December 11 will mark the first… Read More

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“Christmas at Belmont” featuring Michael W. Smith and CeCe Winans – December 9 at 9 pm


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“Christmas at Belmont” airs December 9 on WOUB featuring Michael W. Smith and CeCe Winans and Belmont University students   Grammy-winning musician Michael W. Smith and celebrated gospel artist CeCe Winans are the guest artists for the 2019 CHRISTMAS AT BELMONT holiday concert recorded in Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The festive production features nearly 800… Read More