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Hocking County Prosecutor Makes Bid For Ohio House

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Hocking County Prosecutor Laina Fetherolf-Rogers (D-Laurelville) announced Wednesday that she will run for Ohio State Representative, and declared her candidacy for the 78th Ohio House District in Southeastern Ohio. “As a prosecutor, I recognize the importance of local government, and I will fight to keep it effective and responsive once at the statehouse,” said Fetherolf-Rogers…. Read More

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Athens High Presents One-Act Plays


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Ten Athens High School students are presenting original and adapted one-act plays Thursday, Feb. 6 through Saturday, Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Students were selected in December for this honor. The plays include three scripts relating to high school conflicts. The first three plays are: The Recovery, written and directed by senior thespians Megan Myers… Read More

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Judicial Race Only Primary Election Contest, Hecht Files For County Auditor

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A judicial election will be the only contested race for Athens County office in the May primary election, and there will only be two in the November general election — assuming no write-in or independent candidates emerge. Wednesday was the filing deadline to be on the primary election ballot, and a last-day filer was Athens… Read More

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Athens Photographer Documents “A Tropical Appalachia”

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When Athens resident Attila Horvath isn't busy with his landscaping business, writing songs or biking through the hills and hollows of Southeast Ohio, he can usually be found behind the camera lens. His latest photo exhibit, Rusted, Burned, Abandoned, is on display at the Athens Public Library throughout the month of February. The show is filled with striking images of junked vehicles, burned-out buildings and abandoned structures, all shot on Andros Island in The Bahamas.