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A new report by the National Association of Counties said Athens County has recovered from the economic ground it lost during the Great Recession. The report found that each part… Read More
West Virginia's attorney general is urging residents to support local businesses hurt by the chemical spill and its resulting water crisis. Many restaurants, stores and other businesses were forced to… Read More
A $13.2 million permanent general fund budget for 2014 was adopted Tuesday by the Athens County Commissioners. The action comes after the County Budget Commission certified slightly more money than… Read More
Folk music great Happy Traum at the Fur Peace Ranch with performances from 2009 and 2002.
Warren Haynes in performance at the Fur Peace Ranch from September 20, 2008.
Anne McCue in performance at the Fur Peace Ranch from August 29, 2009.
Cincinnati plans to shut down intake valves along the Ohio River to protect the city's drinking water from a chemical spill in West Virginia. Mayor John Cranley announced Monday that… Read More
The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps, is designed to provide just 75 percent of a household’s nutritional needs. But what happens when it becomes a… Read More
When Athens author Becca J.R. Lachman noticed that many of her writer friends had poems about or inspired by the late poet William Stafford, she went looking a collection of similar works, but came up short. Now her new anthology, A Ritual to Read Together: Poems in Conversation with William Stafford, has been published by Woodley Press.