Road Trip en New Ohio Guide: Where North Meets South <p>The Pontifical College Josephinum is one of more than 180 Roman Catholic seminaries in the United States. But it&rsquo;s the only seminary in the U.S. that&rsquo;s run by the Vatican.</p><p>&quot;There are only 15 pontifical seminaries in the world. 14 of them are in Italy and then Columbus, Ohio. That makes us a unique seminary in the United States,&quot; says Father James Wehner, the Josephinum&rsquo;s president.</p><p>About 200 men are enrolled at the Josephinum. While the seminary offers academic degrees, Wehner says there&rsquo;s a larger purpose.</p> Sun, 03 Jun 2012 14:35:00 +0000 San Hendren 16834 at New Ohio Guide: Where North Meets South New Ohio Guide: Minerals, Mining, and Reclamation <p>This part of Meigs County has seen over 150 years of extractive industries. Scars that are - just now - beginning to heal. Some Meigs county residents are looking at more sustainable ways to use the land. One of them is Paul Strauss</p><p>Over 40 years ago he left New York City and bought 80 acres near the Meigs County town of Rutland.</p> Sun, 27 May 2012 14:34:00 +0000 Sandra Sleight-Brennan 16590 at New Ohio Guide: Minerals, Mining, and Reclamation WYSO Weekend: April 29, 2012 <p>Full episode of WYSO Weekend for April 29, 2012 containing the following stories:</p><p>-<a href="">An Introduction to the Road Trip Series</a>, by Sandra Sleight-Brennan</p><p>-Jerry Kenney speaks with Steven Skiles, chair of the Theatre and Dance Department at Sinclair Community College about their upcoming production of The Laramie Project.</p><p>-<a href="">Readings from the Dayton Metro Library: Marian Schwilk-Thomas</a></p> Mon, 30 Apr 2012 14:30:00 +0000 Jerry Kenney 15758 at