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Dixon Named OAC Player Of The Week

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Marietta senior guard Tori Dixon was named the Ohio Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week Monday afternoon. “It’s a great honor,” Dixon said. “I believe it has everything to do with the team and coaching staff always giving me the green light and trusting that I have enough confidence to put shots in."… Read More

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Warming Station Opened in Athens During Cold Snap


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Those seeking shelter from the extreme cold temperatures can warm themselves at the Athens Community Center. Rich Campitelli, Director of Athens Community Arts, Parks, and Recreation said the Center will be open for people to warm up as temperatures have dropped from unseasonable to brutally cold and windy. Plans call for the warming station to… Read More

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Basham Earns FWAA All-American Honors

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Football Writers Association of America named Ohio defensive end Tarell Basham to their Freshman All-America team. Basham started five games in his first season with the Green and White finishing the year with 32 tackles and 7.5 sacks, which is fifth best in school history for a single season. Ohio's stud defensive end joins Western… Read More

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Reagan Wins MSC Player Of The Week

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Rio Grande junior forward Josh Reagan is the Mid-South Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week, conference officials announced Monday. Reagan averaged 18 points and five rebounds per game last week while leading the RedStorm to three victories. The weekly honor is the first for a Rio Grande player this season and Reagan. “It’s a… Read More

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Kellogg Named MAC Player Of The Week


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The Mid-American Conference selected senior Ohio guard Nick Kellogg as its player of the week for the East Division for the week of Dec. 30. In two games, Kellogg scored a combined 40 points and brought in 15 rebounds in two Bobcat wins over Longwood and UNC Asheville. Kellogg scored 17, yanked down six rebounds,… Read More

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OU Student Exhibit Confronts “Millennial Disengagement From Broader Culture”


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The Kennedy Museum of Art at Ohio University will host Exhibition Confrontation: Deviation, a collective exhibit confronting "the disengagement of our generation from the broader culture and instead deviating from expected conformity and projected apathy," Jan. 17-March 2. The show features work by 12 undergraduate students who completed an advanced painting course under John Sabraw,… Read More

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Race For Ohio’s Governor Highlights Major 2014 Election Season

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All five statewide executive offices are on this year’s ballot, along with the entire Ohio House, half the Ohio Senate, and the entire US House of Representatives, including Ohio’s 16 members of Congress. But arguably the marquee race will be the contest for governor. Incumbent Republican John Kasich hasn’t officially announced he’s running, but he’s… Read More

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Two Area Agencies Receive Grants To Help Homeless

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Two area organizations received grants from the Ohio Development Services Agency to help keep emergency shelters open and give the homeless a place to stay. Integrated Services of Appalachian Ohio received $395,000 through the Homeless Crisis Response Program. Good Works received $44,800 to go toward the operation of Timothy House, the only emergency shelter in… Read More

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Man Dives Into Lake Logan While Trying To Elude Deputies

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A 26-year-old Logan man was pulled from Lake Logan with symptoms of hypothermia last week after jumping into the freezing cold water in an alleged attempt to elude deputies. Three deputies were dispatched to a report of domestic violence at Justin D. Sudlow’s home on Blosser Road Thursday afternoon. When they arrived, Sudlow allegedly fled… Read More

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Bitter Cold Forecast Until Wednesday

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UPDATE 4:13 p.m. Plummeting temperatures are turning snow-covered roads into an icy mess in northern Ohio and prompted some schools around the state to cancel Tuesday's classes well in advance. Nelsonville-York, Trimble Local, and Federal Hocking school districts all cancelled classes for a second day. Columbus city schools and the University of Toledo were also… Read More