The Republican National Committee Chairman visited Central State University in Wilberforce Wednesday. Reince Priebus was there to mark the opening of the first Chapter of College Republicans on the historically black campus.
Priebus told reporters at the event that the GOP has come up short when it comes to reaching younger and minority voters.
Jim Bucher is well-known to most Miami Valley residents. He spent thirty years as a photographer, reporter and TV personality on WDTN Channel 2. But, changes in the media landscape brought changes to Jim’s professional and personal life. WYSO’s Jerry Kenney has this week’s Reinvention Story.
Major funding for the second season of ReInvention Stories comes from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation with support from Wright State University CELIA fund, the Yellow Springs Community Foundation and Antioch College.
When Converse Griffith’s question, How did Indian Ripple road get its name? won our April WYSO Curious vote, the investigation seemed simple enough. This question and subsequent questions about the difference between Indian Ripple and Indian Riffle, an older name for the road, turned out to be quite a mystery for the local and statewide experts we consulted. Not many clear records exist, but we’ve been able to draw several conclusions.
Several evangelical leaders gathered in Springfield Monday afternoon to discuss immigration reform. The group shared their plans to meet with members of Congress in order to voice support for the reform issue.
Several members of the Clark County Latino community gathered at the Iglesia Espana Emanuel Church to hear the evangelical leaders frame the need for immigration reform.
Dr. William Brown of Cedarville University, a conservative institute of higher learning, says he backs reform.