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Fifth year outfielder Isaiah Peterson (5) at the plate in Ohio's game against Western Michigan on May 19.

Bobcats swat three home runs, take game one over Western Michigan

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) – It may have been sunny and pleasant sitting in the stands at Bob Wren Stadium, but if you were sitting beyond the outfield fence, it was raining baseballs. Five home runs were hit between the two teams in Ohio’s 8-5 victory over the Western Michigan Broncos. Edward Kutt IV made his… Read More

Tune into Radio Free Athens May 21 for sets from Ezra, Robyn Banks, DJ Grumpy Grandma, and Dr. Art Cromwell


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Radio Free Athens (RFA) is broadcast Saturdays on WOUB 1340 AM and allows community volunteers and Ohio University students to present music and interview content through a format-free, host-driven program. Find the schedule and details about Saturday’s programs below. Listen to 1340 AM at this link. SCHEDULE: May 21, 2022 9 a.m. – 12 p.m…. Read More

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These 14 states had significant miscounts in the 2020 census

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For the 2020 census, all states were not counted equally well for population numbers used to allocate political representation and federal funding over the next decade, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released Thursday. A follow-up survey the bureau conducted to measure the national tally’s accuracy found significant net undercount rates in six states:… Read More

With baby formula shortage, Whaley says Ohio could do more to help families

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) As families struggle with the nationwide baby formula shortage, the Democratic nominee for Ohio governor wants to know why the state has not done more to relieve the stress — particularly for low-income Ohioans. Nan Whaley, Democratic nominee for Ohio governor, said other states saw the formula shortage happening earlier… Read More

JPMorgan Chase CEO talks tax policy and minimum wage with Ohio business leaders

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The CEO of one of Ohio’s largest employers, JPMorgan Chase, talked taxes and future trends with members of the state’s largest business lobbying group, the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon took questions from Chamber President and CEO Steve Stivers, a Republican former congressman from central Ohio. But he didn’t take any… Read More

group of ancient feetprints

Ancient footprints provide new evidence of humans in NOVA’s “Ice Age Footprints” – May 25 at 9 pm


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 NOVA  NEW DOCUMENTARY “ICE AGE FOOTPRINTS” UNCOVERS REMARKABLE ANCIENT HUMAN FOOTPRINTS THAT COULD BE THE EARLIEST EVIDENCE OF HUMANS EVER FOUND IN NORTH AMERICA  One-hour film follows a team of scientists as they date footprints found in White Sands, New Mexico to more than 21,000 years ago  Premieres Wednesday, May 25 at 9pm ET/8C on… Read More