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The defending national champion Minot State never trailed in its Friday matchup against Ohio, as it took down the Bobcats 4-3 at home. It was the Beavers' first game against Ohio since they eliminated the Bobcats in the semifinals of the ACHA National Tournament last year. Mike Kretz, Michael Harris and David Ramos were the… Read More
Ohio Wrestling dominated Northern Illinois, 33-9, for its first Mid-American conference win of the season. The Bobcats won five consecutive matches to take an 18-0 lead to kick off the dual. The Huskies rallied and drew the score within nine, but a pin by heavyweight Jeremy Johnson stifled Northern Illinois’s chance at comeback. Ohio then… Read More
Two women faced drug charges in the Athens County Common Pleas Court on Friday. One is going to prison and one is going to rehabilitation treatment. Ebony C. Saunders, 31, of Virginia pleaded guilty to one count of trafficking in cocaine and one count of possession of cocaine. She was sentenced to a mandatory six… Read More
Due to a break in a six-inch water line, Ohio University's Pickering Hall, Brown Hall, Crawford Hall, MacKinnon Hall and Nelson Dining will have a hold and cold water outage for up to four hours, according to Jay North, Associate Director for Facilities Management. Facilities will sent out an updated notice when the water line… Read More
Update: 10:32 a.m.: Jason Grooms has been named FootballScoops Director of Football Operations of the Year. FootballScoops has named Ohio's Jason Grooms a finalist for their Director of Football Operations of the Year award. Groomas has been Ohio's Director of Football Operations for the past nine seasons. As Director of Operations, Grooms handles all travel arrangements,… Read More
The Hot Club of Detroit in performance at the Fur Peace Ranch from August 21, 2010.
Rory Block mixes blues and original material in a performance from October 19, 2013.
The Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association announced its Academic All-Ohio teams, and the Ohio Bobcats had three players – defenders Grace Campbell and Gabby Hausfeld and midfielder Maggie Murnane – get named to the Academic All-Ohio Division I Third Team. As a team, the Bobcats posted a 3.30 team grade point average, which helped them earn… Read More
Rio Grande (10-5) returns home to the Newt Oliver Arena for the first time in 2014 on Saturday to host Shawnee State (7-8). Shawnee State started its season on the right foot, wining six of its first nine games. Since starting the season 6-3, the Bears have gone 1-5, and are currently riding a two-game… Read More
Doctors Hospital of Nelsonville will no longer be providing surgery services, effective Feb. 1. Hospital administrator LaMar Wyse said three jobs — two registered nursing positions and an operating room technician job — were eliminated Thursday as a result of the decision. Wyse said no decision has been made to phase out Doctors Hospital of… Read More
The Mid-Ohio Valley Players are returning to the stage with family-friendly classic. The Fantasticks, the longest-running musical in the world, will be performed Jan. 17 through Feb. 1 at the Mid-Ohio Valley Players Theatre, located at 229 Putnam Street in Marietta. The romantic comedy premiered off-Broadway in 1960 and ran uninterrupted before closing in 2002,… Read More
Athens County Prosecutor Keller J. Blackburn is spearheading an effort to obtain grant funding to expand treatment for drug offenders while incarcerated. A grant application asking for over $200,000 has been filed with the Office of Criminal Justice Services. Blackburn hopes that if treatment options, through the grant, are expanded during incarceration that it will… Read More
Update 1/10/2014 2:50 PM There's no magic in dealing with Target's information security breach but there are some common-sense approaches to keep money from leaking out of your bank account. Ohio University IT Communications Manager Sean O'Malley advises to do the things you should be doing regardless of a security issue: Keep an eye on… Read More
Two words almost guaranteed to send shivers down people’s spines for the rest of winter: polar vortex. Earlier this week the frigid Arctic air, not felt by large portions of the country in almost two decades, had many people muttering four-letter words at said polar vortex, Mother Nature and anyone or anything else people chose… Read More
BOYS The Trimble boys rolled in the New Year with a loss against the Waterford boys’ team on Friday, Jan. 3, with a final score of 72-63. Junior Micah Couch was Trimble’s leading scorer with an impressive 32 points for his team while senior Konner Standley followed Couch by scoring 9 points. “We had a… Read More
The Athens Lady Bulldogs traveled to a hostile environment in Albany to take on a much-improved Lady Spartans team. The Lady Bulldogs were just too much for Alexander, as Athens beat Alexander 62-35 to remain undefeated. The Lady Bulldogs had won 23 straight TVC games coming into the game, but tonight they had to do… Read More
A new report shows there were about 3,000 advertisements for sex services in the Cincinnati area alone over a three-month period. That represents a "significant demand" that's helping drive human sex trafficking. The report was released Friday by the Cleveland-based nonprofit Imagine Foundation. It examines the patterns of commercial sex in the Cincinnati region to… Read More
Ohio's governor says a Chinese company will build an automotive glass plant in southwest Ohio, bringing up to 800 jobs and revitalizing a former General Motors factory site. Gov. John Kasich announced Friday the agreement with Fuyao Glass Industry Group Co. along with company and development officials in Columbus. The company is making a $200… Read More
Ohio's governor wants parents and adults to talk to children about the dangers of abusing drugs and other substances, as the state works to combat problems with prescription pain pills and heroin. Drug overdoses, spurred by increased use of painkillers and heroin, has surpassed car crashes as the leading cause of accidental death in Ohio…. Read More
Ohio is partnering with libraries, highway rest areas, clinics and facilities overseen by state agencies to build awareness about human trafficking. Gov. John Kasich's office made the announcement Thursday, during an annual Human Trafficking Awareness Day at the Statehouse. Human trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor…. Read More
When you open up a children’s book, the illustrations on each page take you back to your childhood. Have you ever wondered how an adult artist learns to create childlike drawings to illustrate children’s books? You can find out at Ohio University Lancaster.
Children’s Book Illustrations: The Circle of Creativity will be on display in the Raymond S. Wilkes Galley for the Visual Arts from Jan. 22 to March 21.
“The Nest” was filled to the brim in Reedsville on Thursday night as Eastern welcomed Waterford in a game instrumental to the TVC-Hocking crown. The Eagles put together a dominant final three quarters on their way to a 65-36 victory. Eastern head coach John Burdette said, “I think the best thing for the girls is… Read More
The Vinton County Lady Vikings dynamic offense rocked the scoreboard on Thursday night. As snow fell in McArthur, Vinton County brought the heat on the court and took down Meigs 63-34 in a pivotal conference matchup. The Lady Vikings proved they are a force to be reckoned with in the TVC-Ohio. Megan Dixon glued the… Read More