21 min ago
Marvin Jones to Work with OU-C
The former president & CEO of the Chillicothe/Ross Chamber of Commerce has joined the workforce development and continuing education efforts at Ohio University-Chillicothe.
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College notes: Morgan Srail captures coveted MAC championship
Morgan Srail brought home a MAC Championship with an exclamation point. Not only did the Ohio University junior diver capture first place in the 3-meter competition, she also broke a school record.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
33rd annual Irish Gathering entertains at the Lafayette Hotel
The Lafayette Hotel ballroom was once again filled with the sights, sounds and tastes of Ireland on Sunday during the 33rd annual Irish Gathering, sponsored by the Monsignor Donal O'Carroll Division of the Ohio Ancient Order of Hibernians.
Family stories, told again and again, but never quite the same
Nearly all of us have our full share of childhood memories. But few of us are willing -- or able -- to dig as deep into our store of memories as does Sarah Beth Childers in her impressive new memoir, "Shake Terribly the Earth: Stories From An Appalachian Family" .
The Columbus Dispatch
Colleges compete for fewer students
Ohio colleges are bolstering efforts to recruit students as the state braces for a sharp drop in the number of college-age students.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
OU Studies Shale Impact
Whether it is a drilling rig alongside Interstate 70, the large Oil & Gas Safety Supply store on National Road or the convoy of sand trucks on many secondary roads, those driving through Belmont County are sure to notice an impact from the Utica Shale boom.
Smith, Mason take honors at BPW competition
Breanne N. Smith was named the Young Careerist winner and Mary Mason was named the region's Individual Development winner during the Business and Professional Women's Region 4 competition.
New plan will award associate degrees to students in four-year degree programs
Here is a new twist on public higher education 's aims for student retention and graduation success that may set a precedent nationwide.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Ban on texting while driving hard to enforce
As we feared, the state's ban on texting while driving is proving to be difficult to enforce.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
South Dakota Politics
Ultimately, it's a poor return on investment
The Pierre Capital Journal has printed a couple of my columns. Here's a link to one.
Professor Published in The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin
Dr. Amy Camardese , Westminster College associate professor of education, was published in the Winter 2014 issue of The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin .
Green Bay Press-Gazette
MMC announces promotion
Neville has been participating in a very interactive and intensive six-month orientation with David J. Baltzer, interim CEO, with more than 35 years of experience.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Health Week at Wagnalls Memorial
The Wagnalls Memorial in Lithopolis will hold Health Week starting March 24 with the Mount Carmel Mobile Mammography unit.
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Meet the brewer: Patrick Clark at Mt. Carmel
Driving Route 32 east from his family's home in Cincinnati, Patrick Clark would often swing by Mt.
Oh, beans: Classic tale gets a twist
This weekend the Lancaster Arts and Civics Club will present this year's production, "A Hill of Magic Beans, or Here's Looking At You, Jack" written by Matt Casarino and produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. The production will be presented at 7 p.m. Friday, at 2 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday.
Columbus State negotiating space at Ohio University's Dublin campus
Columbus State Community College is negotiating to lease the third floor of a building being added to Ohio University's medical school campus in Dublin, President David Harrison told me Wednesday.
GHS band gets tips from OSU conductor
Granville High School band students had the rare opportunity to experience how top collegiate marching bands practice to perfect their sound, when one of the nation's best directors led their class sessions on Feb. 24. Jonathan Waters, conductor of The Ohio State University Marching and Athletics Bands, paid a visit to help Granville's blue and ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Lancaster history takes center stage
The goal of a new WOUB Public Media documentary series called "Our Town," which will start with an episode featuring Lancaster, is to tell a story beyond the city's big-box retail stores and delve into what the show's producer describes as a rich history.
Ricarda "Ricky" Clark Quilt Historian
Ricarda "Ricky" Clark, 81, died Friday, February 21, 2014 in her sleep at Kendal at Oberlin after an eight year struggle with Alzheimer's disease.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Tenure approved for nine MC faculty members
Marietta College's board of trustees recently approved tenure for nine faculty members, which will be implemented on July 1. The recently tenured professors are Sara Alway-Rosenstock , Nathan Anderson , Chaya Chandrasekhar , Andy Felt , Carole Hancock , Chris Klein , Katy Lustofin , Tomeka Robinson and Alane Sanders .