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Jackson County Arrests

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Two people are arrested on drug charges in Jackson County and authorities are searching for a third person. According to WTAP, the Jackson County Sheriff's Office says a search warrant was executed Wednesday night at a camper in Millwood, just south of Ravenswood. Authorities say they found a few grams of heroin, scales and more… Read More

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Students, Administrators Discuss Rape Culture During ‘Campus Conversation’

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Dozens of Ohio University students took time out of their day on Thursday to engage in conversation with fellow students and administrators regarding a hot topic on campus: rape culture. The university hosted a Campus Conversation in Nelson Commons on Thursday to allow the university community to talk about a range of topics related to… Read More

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The Importance of Recess


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In this episode of Conversations From Studio B, host Jan Hodson talks with Dr. Margaret A. King, professor emerita of the Ohio University Patton College of Education. King has over 40 years of experience as an early childhood teacher, professor, and consultant. She is the author of numerous publications on a range of early childhood… Read More

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Athens Block Party To Feature Expanded Costume Contest

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Organizers of the 39th annual Athens Halloween Block Party are encouraging guests to get creative with their costumes as this year’s event will feature an expanded costume contest. The block party will be held Saturday evening on Court Street. During Athens Mayor Paul Wiehl’s press conference on Tuesday, Athens Clean and Safe Halloween Committee member… Read More

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Federal Hocking Pursuing State Funds For Improvement Projects

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Federal Hocking Local Schools’ application for state funding through the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission has been “fast-tracked,” meaning school officials may know as soon as January if money for permanent improvements will be awarded. The scope of any state-supported projects hasn’t been outlined just yet. But the district’s most pressing needs are to repair deteriorating… Read More