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Nelsonville officials hope to boost event attendance with Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area

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NELSONVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) – Nelsonville officials want to allow people to drink alcohol outside in the town square to drive more customers to local businesses. The city’s Planning and Development Committee plans to propose a Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area, or DORA. This allows for communities to create an area where the open carry of alcohol… Read More

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A former Ohio University professor works disc golf into his retirement with Hippo Ridge course

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — A former Ohio University professor turned his front yard into a disc golf haven for players in southeastern Ohio.  Kendree Sampson was ahead of the rapid rise of disc golf that now sees over five courses built a day, according to UDisc, a disc golf website that tracks industry trends. Sampson… Read More

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Nelsonville City Council appoints new member to fill vacant seat

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NELSONVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) – The seat of an ousted former council member was filled at  Nelsonville’s City Council meeting Monday. Douglas Childs was unanimously appointed to the council after a short interview by council members. The council seat became vacant after the city removed former council member Greg Smith for the fourth time in February…. Read More

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The city of Nelsonville and an ousted council member are in negotiations to resolve multiple legal actions

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NELSONVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) – A former Nelsonville City Council member who was kicked off the council four times is still fighting his removal through six legal actions he filed against the city. Greg Smith is seeking vindication: He wants the court to agree he was wrongfully removed each time, he wants the city to pay… Read More

Meigs season comes to a close against 1-seed Sheridan

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Chillicothe, OH (WOUB) — The Meigs Marauders we’re coming off the heels of an impressive 73-45 victory against Circleville, when they traveled to Southeastern to take on the Sheridan Generals. The Marauders looked to maintain that momentum put the flame was quickly snuffed out. Sheridan opened the contest on a 10-0 run to set the… Read More

Meigs flies past Circleville in their first playoff game

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Pomeroy, Ohio (WOUB) — The Meigs Lady Marauders came out to their first tournament game with a roaring student section and hosting the Circleville Tigers. The first quarter of the game was a huge win for the Meigs offense with the whole starting lineup all getting on the stat sheet. The Marauders entered the game… Read More

Meigs takes home a win against Athens with the help of now record-holding Mallory Hawley

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POMEROY, Ohio (WOUB) — Meigs entered tonight’s game looking to defend their home and see a new all-time leading scorer against Athens. Mallory Hawley came into the game needing only 14 points to tie the Marauders girls all-time leading scorer Amber Vinning. The game started off sloppy with both teams taking turns turning the ball… Read More

Meigs Pulls Off Huge Upset to Cap Off Senior Night

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POMEROY, Ohio (WOUB) — The Meigs Marauders (13-5) cause chaos in the final moments of the TVC-Ohio race with upset win over the Alexander Spartans (11-7). Following a devastating loss against Vinton County Thursday, the Marauders traveled back to Pomeroy looking to bounce back in a big way. It was a physical first half as… Read More

Meigs and Vinton Country players go up for a free rebound ball

Vinton County survives late surge to win crucial conference game over Meigs

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MCARTHUR, Ohio (WOUB) — The highly anticipated matchup between the Meigs Marauders (9-5) and the Vinton County Vikings (10-5) saw a physical battle between two title contenders. Following multiple delays and postponements the Marauders and Vikings were finally able to hit the hardwood in a heavyweight conference contest. Vinton County came out of the gates swinging…. Read More

Meigs Senior Coulter Cleland leads by example against River Valley

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POMEROY, Ohio (WOUB) – Coming off a 22-day hiatus due to COVID and weather cancellations, the Meigs Marauders came back home to Pomeroy to host the River Valley Raiders in a game that went down to the wire. In this match-up, Meigs faced a true challenge to see if this long break would have an… Read More

The Lady Marauders uproots Eastern to win Southeast Ohio showdown

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REEDSVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) – The Meigs Marauders (8-4) stingy defense propels them to an out of conference victory over the Eastern Eagles (7-7). Following a tough loss against the Alexander Spartans just a week ago, the Marauders were looking to get back into the win column. It was a slow start for Meigs. They came… Read More

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Meigs Lady Marauders bounce back from last season with strong start to ’21 – ’22

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After a disappointing season with no playoff wins, the Meigs Marauders enter the 2021-2022 campaign by returning All-State Honorable mention Mallory Halwey. Heath Hudson discussed the high aspirations the team has with the return of Halwey. “Our goal is to win the TVC,” Hudson said “That’s always the goal. TVC-Ohio is going to be tough… Read More

Ohio's Erica Johnson (4) prepares to attempt a three pointer against Florida A&M's Dylan Horton (23) in a game at The Convo on Nov. 29, 2021.

Ohio Women’s Basketball rattles Florida A&M to get over .500

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Ohio (3-2) tied a school record with 45 attempted three pointers Monday as it shot its way to a dominant 53-point victory, 98-45. “I thought the quality of the shots we took were great,” head coach Bob Boldon said. “The quality of the shots were fine, but sometimes they just weren’t… Read More

Melvin Cunningham’s turnaround of Fairland football earns him Coach of the Year

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Following a historic 2021 season, Fairland Dragons head coach Melvin Cunningham is named Gridiron Glory Coach of the Year. “I think it speaks volumes about the individuals on our staff and the players that God has blessed me to coach along the way,” said Cunningham. “You know, I’m standing here accepting… Read More

Dragons season cut short by Rough Raiders

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CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (WOUB) – The West Jefferson Roughriders dominated en route to a 33-8 upset over the Fairland Dragons. “We didn’t play well,” said Dragon’s head coach Melvin Cunningham following the loss. “We turned the ball over. We didn’t protect the quarterback well. I didn’t coach well.”  Problems started for Fairland early. On special teams,… Read More

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At the height of his program, Fairland head coach has his eyes on a state title

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PROCTORVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) — Fairland is a serious contender for the state finals — but that wasn’t the case just a few years ago. The turning point? When the the Dragons hired head coach Melvin Cunningham. Cunningham reflects on his vision for the program shortly after taking over. “Our goal was to be a household… Read More

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Ironton defeats Portsmouth to secure OVC title, moves in to top playoff spot in Region 19

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IRONTON, Ohio (WOUB) — It was senior night for the Ironton Tigers on Friday night when they took on the Portsmouth Trojans at home. Both teams fought hard, but despite a slow start in the first half, Ironton came out on top to further their six-game winning streak. The game got off to an unexpected… Read More

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Waterford Wildcats Take Care Of Rival Eagles, Spoil Eastern’s Homecoming Night

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REEDSVILLE, Ohio (WOUB) — The Eastern Eagles looked to defend their home field on homecoming night, however; the Waterford Wildcats had other plans. Waterford hit the road after dropping two straight at home against the Fort Frye Cadets and in conference powerhouse Trimble Tomcats. They faced off against an Eastern team looking to get back… Read More

The Ohio soccer team celebrates on the field following its 2-1 victory over Buffalo on Sept. 23, 2021 at Chessa Field. [Ayden Crowley | WOUB]

Ohio Soccer Opens MAC Play With Victory Over Buffalo

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — The Bobcats (5-3) opened Mid-American Conference play with a statement win against the Buffalo Bulls (6-2), 2-1. After dropping three of their last four games, the Bobcats entered MACtion in desperate need of a victory. Ohio had a tall task entering Thursday facing off against a hot Buffalo team. The Bulls… Read More