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Athens Thumps Rival Alexander

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The Alexander Spartans lost more than a game when they fell 40-7 to the Athens Bulldogs Friday night at Basil Rutter Field. Losing in back to back weeks, in addition to seeing quarterback Trey Bennett go down with an injury, brought the Spartans’ dream season to a screeching halt and were essentially eliminated from winning… Read More

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Scores: October 14th


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TVC-Ohio: Vinton County 0 Nelsonville-York 41   Alexander 7 Athens 40   Meigs 21 Wellston 12   TVC-Hocking: Wahama 28 South Gallia 6   Eastern  Canton Central Catholic (Sat.)   Waterford 32 Southern 19   Miller 14 Federal Hocking 20 OT   Trimble 54 Belpre 0   SEOAL: Gallia 10 Portsmouth 7   St. Charles… Read More

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Wahama Leads TVC-Hocking

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  1.Wahama 6-0 (6-0)- The White Falcons have been rolling through the TVC-Hocking this season. Led by running backs Isaac Lee and Anthony Grimm, their offense has been dominant and has been averaging nearly 60 points a game. It doesn’t appear as though they can be stopped.   2. South Gallia 6-1 (5-1)- South Gallia… Read More

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Wellston Jumps into Playoff Picture


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After seven weeks of regular season play, eight teams are now in position to continue their play into the post season. Tri-Valley, Sheridan, Athens, Jackson, Nelsonville-York, Trimble, and South Gallia all remain in position for a playoff berth. And, after taking down Alexander last week, Wellston has moved up the rankings all the way into… Read More

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Wellston Jumps into Playoff Picture


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  After seven weeks of regular season play, eight teams are now in position to continue their play into the post season. Tri-Valley, Sheridan, Athens, Jackson, Nelsonville-York, Trimble, and South Gallia all remain in position for a playoff berth. And, after taking down Alexander last week, Wellston has moved up the rankings all the way… Read More

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WOUB Director Tom Hodson Named Berman Professor

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At a Scripps College of Communication reception to honor Honors Tutorial Dean Emeritus Dr. Joseph Berman, WOUB Director and General Manager Tom Hodson was named Berman Professor. “Named professorships are an important resource for helping faculty excel while they pursue their research and teaching activities,” said Scripps College of Communication Interim Dean Scott Titsworth. “We’re… Read More

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Rural Action Director Talks About Zero Waste

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When you get invited to the Clinton Global Initiative, you know you're doing something right. The Clinton Global Initiative – founded by President Bill Clinton – "convenes global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world's most pressing challenges." Michele Decker attended the annual event last month in New York City…. Read More

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Ross County Fire Ruled Arson

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A Ross County fire has been ruled an arson. It happened at a mobile home early Thursday morning on Hill Drive in Bainbridge. Ohio State Fire Marshal's investigators say the fire started outside the home and spread inward. The fire was put out quickly and there was minimal damage. Two men were home at the… Read More

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Athens Police Seeking Owners Of Stolen Property


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The Athens Police Department wants to find the rightful owners of items recovered after a series of vehicle break-ins. Most of the incidents occured at apartment complexes near the Ohio University campus: University Commons, Stations Street Apartments, College Park Condos and Milliron Apartments.  Police say they believe all the items are from vehicles that were… Read More

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Morning Update October 14

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The Gallipollis man accused of raping an Ohio University student in September has been indicted by an Athens County Grand Jury. Plus, for the first time since the weekend, economic protesters camped out in a downtown Cincinnati park have not been given police citations.