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Industrial Pollutants and the Ohio River

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 22, 2014
The recent spill of the chemical MCHM in West Virginia recalled an era when our drinking water wasn’t so well protected from industrial pollutants.    

UC’s Whit Babcock Talks Conference Realignment, Crosstown Shootout

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 28, 2012
During the nine days between the Oct. 24 announcement that Whit Babcock had accepted the offer to become the athletic director of the University of Cincinnati and the day he started on Nov. 2, West Virginia became the third Big East member to leave the conference.  

Leveling Appalachia

Mountaintop removal mining hits new heights in environmental destruction

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 4, 2009
Mountains explode and disappear all the time in the Appalachians. Mountaintop removal transforms small streams into raging torrents that sweep away houses several times a year and dumps arsenic, mercury, lead, copper and chromium into drinking water, some of which makes its way to Cincinnati.  

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