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Marietta Falls To 0-2 In OAC

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The now first-place Mount Union Purple Raiders (9-2-1) proved to be too much for Marietta (2-9) to handle as the Pioneers dropped their home conference opener 4-0. Before those in attendance could even get settled, Mount Union had put one in the back of the net. Marietta High School alumna Allison Fouss dribbled her way… Read More

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Part Of Insurance Increase Pass On To County Employees

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In a split decision, the Athens County Commissioners voted Tuesday to pass on to county employees part of a health insurance rate increase. The affected government employees are those non-union employees paid from the county general fund. That would included non-union employees of most county offices, excluding the engineer's department and outside agencies like Athens… Read More

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Sheriff’s Office Gets Grants For High Visibility Enforcement

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Patrols will be watching with added vigilance for drunk drivers and speeders now that the Athens County Sheriff's Office received a $30,000 overtime grant. On Monday, the sheriff's office announced that it had received a grant through the Ohio Department of Public Safety's Office of Criminal Justice Services for a "high visibility enforcement campaign" during… Read More

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Three Southeastern Ohio Counties Receive Nearly $1 Million For Improvements

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Three southeastern Ohio counties are among communities statewide receiving more than $8 million total in grant money to help with public facility, street, bridge and neighborhood improvements, according to a news release from the Ohio Development Services Agency. In the southeast region, the following three counties received funding totaling $949,800: Gallia County will receive an… Read More

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Coolville Gets Grant For Sewage Treatment Project

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Another piece of the funding package needed for Coolville's sewage treatment project has fallen into place, and now village officials are awaiting final word on another grant before a construction contract is awarded. The Ohio Development Services Agency announced Friday that the village has been awarded at $600,000 Community Development Block Grant for the project…. Read More