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Cash No Longer Accepted At Sheriff’s Office

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The Athens County Sheriff’s Office is starting a new, cash-less system for accepting fees from citizens. Wednesday Acting Interim Sheriff Rodney Smith announced that the office “will no longer accept cash for payment toward any of the offices’ programs,” according to a news release. These programs include public records requests, concealed carry applications and renewals,… Read More

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Cash No Longer Accepted At Sheriff’s Office

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The Athens County Sheriff’s Office is starting a new, cash-less system for accepting fees from citizens. Wednesday Acting Interim Sheriff Rodney Smith announced that the office “will no longer accept cash for payment toward any of the offices’ programs,” according to a news release. These programs include public records requests, concealed carry applications and renewals,… Read More

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Ohio Attorney General Asks Court To Keep Gun Records Closed

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Special prosecutors in the case of suspended Athens County Sheriff Patrick Kelly are seeking a court order to prevent public disclosure of concealed carry gun records. In a motion filed Wednesday, Ohio Assistant Attorney General Melissa A. Schiffel asked the court to issue an order “covering all documents and materials related to concealed handgun licensure.”… Read More

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“Walking Dead,” “Breaking Bad” Music Supervisor to Visit OU


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Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies will host award-winning music supervisor Thomas Golubić for an exclusive onstage interview about his work on TV shows such as Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead, on Monday, April 14 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Baker University Center Theater.

OU instructor Josh Antonuccio will interview Golubić on-stage and the event will be live-streamed online. Online viewers will also be able to ask questions via Twitter.

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W.Va Governor Vetoes Teacher Planning Bill

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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has vetoed a bill that would have given teachers more freedom in using daily planning periods.   The proposal would have generally prohibited administrators from making teachers attend training, work-related events, parent-teacher conferences, individualized education program meetings or teacher evaluation conferences during planning periods. The bill says teachers could have done… Read More