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Katie Horton looked up at the banners in the rafters in the Ohio University Convocation Center with wide eyes. At the beginning of the season she was just a freshman,… Read More
The key to the perfect gingerbread structure is patience, says Nancy Mingus, winner of Athens’ inaugural holiday gingerbread-building contest. The winners were announced Wednesday night. Mingus walked away with $600… Read More
The Ohio track and field team comes into this season with experience at the top. It starts with the distance runners. The Bobcats will welcome back veteran Mid-American Conference champions… Read More
Buildings are much more than just homes, shelters, or workplaces, says OU grad student Joey Behrens.
Behrens explores this concept in her artwork: prints and colorful oil paintings of cityscapes, distorted skyscrapers, and, more recently, a wearable collection of sculptures that she calls Architecture Embodied.
Former Athens County Sheriff’s Office deputy Shannon Sheridan is objecting to the office’s arguments against his return to duty after an arbitrator ruled that Sheridan should have his job back…. Read More
As part of a broader anti-bullying initiative within Trimble Local Schools, three teachers have started a pen pal project between the high school in Glouster and elementary school in Jacksonville…. Read More
Randy Mace — who lost an election race last year as a Republican candidate for Athens County commissioner — confirmed Wednesday that he is considering running for commissioner in 2014,… Read More