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Trimble Finishes Fed Hock For Perfect Season


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The Trimble Tomcats finished their regular season undefeated after a dominant 59-0 victory against the Federal Hocking Lancers Friday, Nov. 1. With the win, the Tomcats achieved their seventh shutout of the season and finished the year 10-0. Trimble succeeded in coming out with a lot of fire in Friday’s regular season finale – something… Read More

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Athens Throttles Nelsonville-York To Finish Undefeated


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Perfection.  Athens came into the 2013 football season seeking excellence and proved its brawn Friday night at Basil Rutter Field, as the Bulldogs defeated Nelsonville-York, 56-20, ending their regular season with a 10-0 record.  The Athens offense propelled them to its undisputed TVC-Ohio title. The Bulldogs dominated the Buckeyes, garnering 543 yards in total offense. … Read More

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Jackson Controls Gallia Academy, 31-7


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The Jackson Ironmen’s defense came to play Friday night in their rivalry showdown against the Gallia Academy Blue Devils, giving up only 96 yards of offense. Jackson knocked off the Blue Devils, 31-7, at Holzer Field in Jackson, Ohio. The Ironmen looked like an iron curtain, as they shut out the high-powered Blue Devil offense… Read More

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OU Provost Touts Enrollment Rise

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This fall Ohio University tops all 13 Ohio public universities in enrollment increases with 4.25 percent, according to Executive Vice President and Provost Pamela J. Benoit. In a report to the Ohio University Board of Trustees Thursday, Benoit noted that all Ohio public institutions only rose 0.17 percent in student population with seven schools showing… Read More

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President McDavis Lauds Ohio University’s Disability Services

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Ohio University president Roderick J. McDavis lauded the advancement of the school’s disability services in his quarterly report to the university’s board of trustees Friday. McDavis noted that in five years since changing the name from Institutional Equity to Diversity and Inclusion, the program is now serving 1,100 Athens campus students and over 350 regional… Read More

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Athens City School Board Candidates Share Vision At Open Forum

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Topics covered by Athens City School Board candidates included challenges faced by the district, stances on the use of school resource officers and their vision for the district. The candidates spoke to a near-full room during an open forum at the Athens Public Library Tuesday. Incumbents Christian Gerig and Bruce Nottke face newcomers Kimberly Goldsberry… Read More