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11:23 am
Fri February 1, 2013

Reyna and Dana Live on Excursions. 1/30/2012

WYSO welcomed into the studio the music of Reyna and Dana. The duo consists of Reyna Spears on piano and Dana Farley on guitar. Both are also part of a local band known as Curious Animals. Reyna Spears is from a family of missionaries. She spent part of her childhood in Peru. Dana Farley has made appearences on WYSO in the past including a performance with a bluegrass band in the 1970's.

Reyna and Dana will perforn live, February 2nd, at Canal Street Tavern in Dayton during Dayton Does Dayton. The show is part of a two night extravaganza of music from local artists.

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Around the Miami Valley
7:30 am
Fri February 1, 2013

Ohio Company Contests Citations After Worker Dies

An Ohio roofing company is contesting two safety citations issued by federal workplace overseers who said a worker died from heat stroke complications.

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration said A.H. Sturgill Roofing of Dayton failed to provide a program addressing heat-related hazards and to train workers to recognize heat-related illness symptoms. 

Sturgill said Thursday it is contesting citations for alleged violations related to a temporary worker possibly being overcome by heat stroke at a Miamisburg work site.

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Thu January 31, 2013

Conrad's Corner: January 31, 2013

Conrad Balliet reads David Petreman's poems, "Airport" and "Dead Angel."

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Developing
3:48 pm
Thu January 31, 2013

Kasich Unveils Education Overhaul Plan

Ohio's governor is proposing a school-funding overhaul he says will help poor districts compete more evenly while introducing changes to promote innovation and performance.

The plan unveiled by Republican John Kasich Thursday is focused on giving all students the resources to succeed. Kasich's funding plan would boost districts that are lagging in property values and household incomes.

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Statewide News
1:15 pm
Thu January 31, 2013

Tax Season Begins

January 30th was the start of tax season for many Americans, and IRS officials reminding tax-payers about credits and deductions to be aware of this season.  For WYSO, Jerry Kenney reports.

Jennifer Jenkins with the IRS says several tax deductions got a two year extension during the latest so-called fiscal cliff deal.  Among those getting a two year extension are the State and local sales tax itemized deduction for Schedule A [Form 1040] filers, and a Teacher-Educator Expense deduction.

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