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Philo Electrics Preview


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Last season was Dirk Lincicome’s first as head coach of the Philo Electrics. He led the Electrics to a 6-4 record, their first winning record since they went 6-4 back in 2000. Philo is shooting to establish themselves as a new threat in the MVL, a league that has been dominated by Tri-Valley and Sheridan… Read More

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Sheridan Generals Preview

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The 2011 football season will be all about change for the Sheridan Generals. As a signal of the changing times, an artificial field is currently being installed in Thornville to replace the natural grass field that the Generals have battled on for so many years. Coach Paul Culver will have an almost entirely new lineup… Read More

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Philo Electrics Preview


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Last season was Dirk Lincicome’s first as head coach of the Philo Electrics. He led the Electrics to a 6-4 record, their first winning record since they went 6-4 back in 2000. Philo is shooting to establish themselves as a new threat in the MVL, a league that has been dominated by Tri-Valley and Sheridan… Read More

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New Lexington Panthers Preview


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After two uncharacteristically sub-.500 seasons, New Lexington head coach Bill Nutt looks to right the ship and return the Panthers to their winning ways. The Panthers have more depth this year at the skill positions to go along with more speed. Nutt said they will be playing a lot of spread offense, but are not… Read More

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Tri-Valley Scotties Preview


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Tri-Valley comes into the season aiming to capture their sixth consecutive winning season and fifth playoff appearance during that time. Justin Buttermore returns as the head coach of the Scotties, who finished last season as runners up to Sheridan and return most of their starters from that 9-3 campaign. Junior quarterback Nathan Strock headlines those returning… Read More

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Maysville Panthers Preview


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The Maysville Panthers head into the 2011 football season with a lot to look forward to. This football team finished with a 5-5 record last year but ended the season hot on a two game winning streak. Head coach Whit Parks thinks that he has a “good, competitive football team” and he hopes to win a… Read More

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John Glenn Muskies Preview


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The John Glenn Muskies football team looks to improve on the football field this year after coming off of a 5-5 season last year. However, this task will be especially hard for the Muskies since they are lining up a new quarterback this season. The loss of last years quarterback Jake Hagan will be a… Read More

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OU Professor Talks Binge Drinking On NPR

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Ohio University professor Thomas Vander Ven was a guest on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" yesterday, talking about binge drinking among college students. Vander Ven was interviewed about his new book: Getting Wasted: Why College Students Drink Too Much and Party So Hard. Vander Ven is an anthropologist and sociologist. He spent seven years asking… Read More

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Morning Audio Update August 18

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Ohio University professor Thomas Vander Ven was a guest on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" yesterday, talking about binge drinking among college students. Over the opposition of neighbors, the Athens Planning Commission has approved new construction on an East Side residential street by Integrated Services of Appalachian Ohio. The Kasich administration is asking to meet… Read More

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Athens Planners OK Graham Drive Project

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Over the opposition of neighbors, the Athens Planning Commission has approved new construction on an East Side residential street by Integrated Services of Appalachian Ohio. Also yesterday, a judge denied the neighbors request for a court order to temporarily stop the project on Graham Drive. Integrated Services is a non-profit organization that provides housing and… Read More