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Volleyball: Ohio’s Little Bobcats


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Ohio volleyball is in the midst of its "Decade of Dominance," but it's not just successful on the court during matches. The program gives back to the Athens community by holding youth clinics during the fall season. As you'll see, the participants aren't the only ones who love the idea of "Little Bobcats" clinics. The… Read More

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Volleyball: Ryan Theis Press Conference


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Ohio volleyball was swept – completely – in two matches this past weekend in its last trip to the West Division of the Mid-American Conference. Ohio was beaten in straight sets by both Western Michigan (Friday) and Northern Illinois (Saturday). The losses essentially drop Ohio out of the race for the top-overall seed in the… Read More

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Field Hockey: Rachel Miller

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Ohio field hockey is undefeated in the MAC and just clinched the conference regular season title. The Bobcats also recently beat in-conference rival Kent State 2-0 at Pruitt Field, in a game that marked the first time Ohio assistant coach Rachel Miller coached against her former team. But Miller wasn't a coach for the Golden… Read More

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Nine Games Down, One to Go

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Only one more week left in the regular season for southeast Ohio teams! Here's what's going on at the top of each conference. Tri-Valley emerges as the new leader in the MVL after finally taking down Sheridan. The two TVC-Ohio titans, Athens and Nelsonville-York, are set to clash this Friday and determine the league’s outright… Read More

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Counties To Lose As Federal Timber Funds End


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Twelve southeastern Ohio counties could see federal timber-production funds cut as a partnership with the Wayne National Forest heads toward a year-end expiration date.   In total, the counties could lose about $300,000 annually, but officials say the amounts are manageable.   "Ohio counties don't rely much on money from federal forests, but it all… Read More

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First Amendment Rights: Live Free Or Eat Free

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The First Amendment Festival means free food for students on campus. But with a catch. Students were given free pizza, subs, chips, brownies, and pop—but only if they signed off their First Amendment rights. Ohio University’s Society of Professional Journalists chapter is part of a national organization providing professional training, networking and support to journalists…. Read More

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National Drug Take Back Day Coming Soon

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Sen. Jay Rockefeller is encouraging West Virginians to properly dispose of unwanted or expired prescription drugs during the third National Drug Take Back Day this coming weekend. Rockefeller says the Drug Enforcement Agency and its partners are setting up locations throughout the state to provide the opportunity to rid their medicine cabinets of potentially dangerous… Read More