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Local police officer awarded Medal of Valor by President Biden

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WASHINGTON, DC (WOUB) – A Southeast Ohio man was awarded the Medal of Valor by President Joe Biden for the 2021 rescue of a man who had fallen into a frozen lake.  Officer Dalton Rushing, originally of Glouster, was honored at the White House on Monday alongside 14 other recipients. The Medal of Valor is… Read More

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Guided By Voices headlines IndieCraft with unshakable flurry of indie rock earworms

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Guided By Voices headlined IndieCraft at Mother Stewart’s Brewing (102 W Columbia St, Springfield, OH) on May 13, 2022. Keeping songs short-but-plentiful and booze cooler at hand, the prolific indie rock band from Dayton, OH has fostered an enduring cult following. The sold-out show was the only ticketed event during the otherwise free music festival… Read More

Kerry Hannon talks about her new book, “In Control at 50+”


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https://ohio.streamguys1.com/JazzedAboutWork/mp3/133KerryHannon_220518.mp3 Popular author and career futurist Kerry Hannon says the workplace has changed forever, and for older workers that brings some good news. In this episode, she talks about her new book, In Control at 50+, which offers insights about the current job market as well as tips on how people over 50 can navigate… Read More

Ohio Democratic lawmakers propose a constitutional amendment to protect abortion rights

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Democratic members of the Ohio House and Senate say about two-thirds of Ohioans agree women themselves should have the choice to decide whether to get an abortion. Yet they say Republicans — who dominate the Ohio Legislature by about a two-thirds majority in both chambers — have passed abortion restrictions in recent years and could… Read More

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Dr. Samuel Crowl discusses the evergreen brilliance of Shakespeare in light of PBS’ ‘Great Performances: Merry Wives’

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WOUB Digital · Dr. Samuel Crowl on the continuing brilliance of Shakespeare’s work To some, Shakespeare’s plays are just that, plays – works of dramatic theatre intended for an audience. To others, Shakespeare’s many works are some of the finest examples of poetry in the English language. Perhaps what unites these two camps is a… Read More