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County Hires Architect For Repair Of Buildings

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An architect was hired Tuesday by the Athens County Commissioners to develop specifications for repairs to the county-owned buildings in downtown Athens. RVC Architects Inc. of Athens was hired for $25,250 to develop the specs, and to line up potential contractors and oversee construction. The buildings involved are the Courthouse, Cline Building (Courthouse annex) and… Read More

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Acting Glouster Police Chief Officially Named Head Of Department

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The acting chief of the Glouster Police Department has been officially named as the head of the agency. Ryan Nagucki, a Glouster native and previously part-time officer for the department, was appointed as chief of police at Monday's meeting of the Glouster Village Council, according to Mayor Miles Wolf. The appointment goes into effect immediately…. Read More

From "Ordinary Life" series, Kari Gunter-Seymour

Ordinary Life? There’s an App for That


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ARTS/West will present the exhibit ORDINARY LIFE, featuring the work of art photographer Kari Gunter-Seymour, this Friday through Sept. 4. The exhibit, based on subjects that might be considered commonplace, uses artistry to make the "ordinary come alive," according to Gunter-Seymour.

Each image is captured with her iPhone 4, using a mix of lens and film combinations available through the Hipstamatc camera app, then printed with ink on carefully torn linen paper.

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Ohio focuses $45 Million On Reading Support For Students In Most Need

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Three Athens County school districts are among those awarded more than a total of $45 million from the Ohio Department of Education. A total of 247 schools and community-based programs were awarded funds as part of the 21st Century Community Learning Center grants. Locally, Athens City Schools, Trimble Local and Federal Hocking will benefit from… Read More