WOSU News Archives For: April 9, 2007

New PUCO Members Likely Old Ones Reappointed

12:00AM
April
9, 2007

Three current members of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and a fourth who was about to take seat on the commission resigned after questions about the process by which they were picked.

Armstrong Museum Disputes “Moon Hoax”

Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong working at an equipment storage area on the lunar module. This is one of the few photos that show Armstrong during the moonwalk. Information and photo credit: NASA
12:00AM
April 9, 2007

The Armstrong Air and Space Museum in Wapakoneta held an event over the weekend designed to answer nagging questions about whether Neil Armstrong ever walked on the moon.

Alleged rape near “safe” area causes students to re-think

12:00AM
April
9, 2007

Over the weekend an Ohio State University student reported to police she was kidnapped and raped at knifepoint. The alleged crime happened in an area considered safe by some students. But now those students are taking extra precautions.

Writer chronicles escape from Communist Poland

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12:00AM
April 9, 2007

“At Hanka’s Table” is a part chronicle, part cookbook as Hanna Sawka celebrates food and family.

Ohio Farmers Help Meet Ethanol Demand

An ethanol plant under construction near Bloomingburg, OH. The demand for corn is boosting prices.
12:00AM
April 9, 2007

Ohio farmers apparently will follow a national trend this spring. They say they’ll plant about 15% more acres in corn this year — a move spurred mostly by the demand for ethanol. But some Fayette County farmers have been rethinking their spring planting decisions.