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Ohio's AJ Rausch is in his homerun trot following his homerun in the fourth inning against Kent State on March 18, 2022.

Ohio Baseball opens weekend with strong offensive showing against Kent State

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) – The Ohio Bobcats baseball team (8-6, 2-1) defeated its MAC rival Kent State Golden Flashes (5-7, 1-2) at Bob Wren Stadium by a final score of 9-4 on Friday. Ohio ace Edward Kutt IV had a solid outing in this one as he gave up three earned runs and collected seven… Read More

The Ohio Redistricting Commission in a meeting at the statehouse

Ohio Redistricting Commission prepares to meet in response to supreme court rejection

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — The Ohio Redistricting Commission is planning to convene for a rare weekend meeting to take the first steps in response to the supreme court’s latest ruling. The third attempt at drawing House and Senate maps was invalidated by a 4-3 opinion from the court. Justices said the commission must… Read More

Cottage Industry Employment and the Healing Potentials of Collaborative Art


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https://ohio.streamguys1.com/DefiningMoments/mp3/307_Passionworks2022_220318.mp3 Patty Mitchell, Susan Dlouhy, and Tad Semsel of Passion Works Studio join co-host Dr. Lynn Harter to explore the healing potentials of collaborative art and cottage industry employment. The mission of the studio is to inspire and liberate the human spirit through the arts. In living out this mission, the studio has revolutionized societal… Read More

Ohio gubernatorial candidates Richard Cordray and Mike DeWine met for their final of three debates on Monday night, October 8, 2018 at Cleveland State University.

Ohio gubernatorial debate for Republican candidates is called off

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — The commission is moving forward with debates for other high-profile races, but the GOP gubernatorial debate was canceled because candidates declined to participate. Gov. Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) was the first to drop out. He announced last week that he would not be taking part in the debate. Dan Moulthrop,… Read More

Dolly Parton presents the award for entertainer of the year at the 57th Academy of Country Music Award

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame keeps Dolly Parton on this year’s nominee list, despite her request to bow out

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CLEVELAND (NPR) — The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame said Thursday that it’s declining Dolly Parton’s request to bow out of this year’s nominations for the Hall of Fame class. This week, the county music legend posted a statement to her social media accounts saying that while she was grateful to be nominated, she… Read More

A demonstrator, holding a Ukrainian flag, participates in a demonstration called by 70 associations in support of Ukraine on the square of Paris' town hall on Thursday.

Can Ukraine win the war? These analysts think so. Here’s how it might unfold

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WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPR) — When the invasion of Ukraine began three weeks ago, many thought it would end quickly because of Russia’s military strength. But as the war drags on and Ukraine digs in, two questions are increasingly being asked: Can Ukraine win this war, and what will it take? While Russia has occupied the… Read More

Ohio voting stickers

LaRose says the May 3 ballot won’t include House, Senate races after Ohio Supreme Court ruling

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — The secretary of state says, barring action from federal court, candidates for state legislative offices cannot be on the May primary ballot after the decision invalidating those district maps. The letter from LaRose to Ohio’s elected officials marked further fallout from Wednesday’s late night decision by the Ohio Supreme… Read More

Jake

Only months after his Grand Ole Opry debut, Parkersburg’s Jake Eddy joins forces with legendary mandolinist Andy Statman for March 22 Athens show

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WOUB Digital · Jake Eddy and Andy Statman Most people would never think of simply emailing one of their creative heroes to solicit a collaboration. Jake Eddy is not “most people.” Jake is Parkersburg’s own flatpicking extraordinaire; one of the rising stars of the contemporary bluegrass world. Last year, he managed to find the email… Read More