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Athens Fest Task Force Asks For Stricter Enforcement Of Nuisance Party Ordinance

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A task force meant to address rowdy fests has come up with a temporary solution, enforcing an existing ordinance. Athens City Council President Jim Sands says the city has "empowered the police force to strictly enforce the nuisance party ordinance." That stricter enforcement starts this weekend. "Hopefully, this weekend is just reminding students that this… Read More

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Commissioner Sullivan Cleared Of Drug Accusation

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Athens County Commissioner Mark Sullivan will not face drug charges. A spokesman for the Ohio Attorney General's Office says a grand jury today determined charges are not warranted. "After an exhaustive investigation involving possible narcotics violations, the Ohio Attorney General's Office presented information to a grand jury regarding Mr. Sullivan and the grand jury did… Read More

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Tri-Valley faces tough test in Week 1


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Friday night in Newark, Ohio the Tri-Valley Scotties will look to build on last season’s success and start down their path to their goals of an MVL title and a spot in the state playoffs.  The first obstacle in their way: the Licking Valley Panthers.  The Panthers are also coming off of a winning season,… Read More

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Pelotonia 2012


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Kim Valentour of WellWorks talks with Maghan Lunsford and Michelle Greenfield about their experience riding in the 2012 Pelotonia. The Pelotonia is a bike marathon that stretches from Columbus, Ohio to Gambier, Ohio. Generally, riders form teams and tackle as much of the course as they… Read More

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OU Students Head Back To Campus

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The lazy days of summer come to an end today in Athens. Ohio University students will begin their fall invasion with the opening of the dormitories.   University leaders have staggered move in times by students' last names alphabetically and according to year in an effort to reduce traffic congestion.   The move-in starts today… Read More