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In a struggle to get the bats going, the Southern Ohio Copperheads fell to the Licking County Settlers 5-2. With a wild throw from short stop to first base, the Settlers' center fielder Parker Gibson started off the night with a double in the bottom of the first. And with the help of his teammates,… Read More
The Athens City School District laid off several employees last night. Two Ohio boards and commissions will gain a new member. Details in your afternoon audio update.
The number of babies born to drug-addicted mothers is growing at an alarming rate, according to one Southeast Ohio hospital. Jackie Rebman, the director of Adena Health System's Women and Children's Center, calls it "an epidemic." Over the past seven months, 47 babies born in the center have tested positive for opiates, making up… Read More
Caldwell Village Mayor Dan Shaw has announced his resignation. Shaw was elected as mayor just this November. According to Village officials, Shaw gave his resignation on February 29th. His decision to leave the office was due to personal and health reasons. Under normal circumstances, the President of Village Council would take over… Read More
Trimble (3-13, 3-9) beat Wahama (6-14, 3-8) Monday night in a close game by the score of 65-61 for their third win in their last four games. “Everybody contributed in this win, I think I played 10 girls tonight and that’s what I told them, practice hard play hard and everyone will play. I think… Read More
Ohio University is one of 130 colleges nationwide participating in the research and treatment of PTSD. The city of Jackson is under a boil order after officials find elevated levels of bacteria in the water supply. Details in your afternoon audio update.
Update: Jackson Mayor Randy Heath says new tests show the city's water supply was affected in only one location. The boil order was lifted Friday afternoon. Heath says the water quality is now acceptable. Tests show the elevated levels of bacteria found Thursday afternoon may have been E. coli, says Heath. He said they do… Read More
The head of the Athens County Convention and Visitors Bureau says the end of Pelotonia in Athens isn't going to be that hard on the region economically. Pelotonia is an annual cancer charity bike ride that starts in Columbus and used to end at Ohio University. But, Pelotonia officials announced that this year's event will… Read More
Three thousand girls in grades seven through 10 from around Ohio are participating in a state-wide program today. The program is called We Are STEM, which stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Hocking College, Washington State Community College and Shawnee State University are among the 14 Ohio schools hosting the program. … Read More
Scioto County Sheriff Marty Donini will retire November 1st, but he'll still be sheriff. Donini says he will continue as Interim Sheriff, and then run for Sheriff again in 2012. He says this will save the county money in retirement cost. "When I come back as the acting sheriff, the county will still have to… Read More