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Just like the McDavises, students and residents have experiences with bats.


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Stories of the week from Athens and Ohio University


Ohio is paying $2 million to two marketing groups to come up with a new brand slogan and tourism marketing plan.
Two Democrats seeking Ohio's U.S. Senate seat in 2016 didn't mention each other by name, but they did point out their differences at party's annual legacy dinner in Columbus.

They are concerned about the effects of global warming, so it might seem a bit odd that William and Carol Beale have a house where an array of electric appliances are in everyday use.

The numbers are in and it looks like the Athens Police Department has achieved one of its main goals for 2014.

Six weeks after the Athens City School Board placed Supt. Carl Martin on paid administrative leave after an alleged failure to make required reports by employees of the school district, no formal action has taken place in regards to the leave.

The last unsanctioned student spring street party of the year has come and gone. Palmerfest, an epic multi-house party that just a few years ago ended with fires and violent behavior, was fairly mellow and was shut down by police by around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.

The Hocking College Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a student who was last seen on the campus around 8 p.m. on Thursday.

Update 9:45 p.m.: State Route 13 has been reopened. A team from the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base detonated the grenade at about 9:30 p.m., according to Glouster mayor Miles Wolf.


A search warrant filed as part of the investigation into the stabbing of a Glouster woman earlier this month provides more details of what happened as part of the alleged crime.

Ohio University has decided to not renew the employment contract of the director of Ohio University’s Global Leadership Center following an investigation regarding use of funds. However, the investigation didn’t appear to find any wrongdoing on the administrator’s part.