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Business & Technology
5:30 pm
Mon August 8, 2011

Springfield-Beckley Airport Begins Air National Guard Construction Project

On Saturday officials gathered in Clark County for a ground-breaking ceremony at the Springfield-Beckley airport. It kicks off an 11.6 million dollar construction project that will benefit the Air National Guard Base housed at the airport. 

The project will result in a new administrative building and a training complex for the National Guard. It's being built by Tamsah Marker. The Bellefontaine-based company will also construct a warehouse facility and a parking lot to support the new complex.

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Around the Miami Valley
10:33 am
Mon August 8, 2011

WYSO Weekend: August 7, 2011

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for August 7, 2011 containing the following stories:

-Antioch Writers' Workshop Faculty Reading: Martha Moody

-An excerpt of Niki Dakota's interview with Luke Dennis about Muse Machine's upcoming summer concert

Military
8:41 am
Mon August 8, 2011

VA docs rusty on women's care learn new skills

KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) - Not every clinic run by the Veterans Affairs Department has a practitioner designated to provide care in women's health. The VA is trying to change that.

The VA has been bringing hundreds of doctors and nurse practitioners to mini-residency workshops where they learn about women's health and practice doing pelvic exams. The topics include how to talk to female veterans who may have been sexually assaulted.

Education
8:18 am
Mon August 8, 2011

More Ohio students attend non-residential campuses

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - Data from Ohio's higher education board shows enrollment has more than tripled over the past decade at regional campuses and community colleges as more students attend locations away from residential campuses.

The Dayton Daily News reports data from the Ohio Board of Regents shows regional campuses and community colleges had 252,000 students last year. That's up from 74,000 a decade earlier.

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Business & Technology
8:14 am
Mon August 8, 2011

Tri-state partnership suggested for Ohio River

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IRONTON, Ohio (AP) - Lawmakers and others invested in southern Ohio's economy say the state should work with neighboring Kentucky and West Virginia to help the region realize the shipping potential of the Ohio River.

Patrick Donovan of the Rahall Appalachian Transportation Institute tells The Columbus Dispatch the tri-state area needs a port authority that competes globally.

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