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Editor's Note: Over the next two weeks our reporters will be bringing you team previews for each team in the SEOAL, TVC-Ohio, TVC-Hocking, and our West Virginia teams. We begin in the SEOAL, where with only five teams in the conference, the competition is always tough. As the 2014 season approaches, the Warren Warriors are… Read More
Uptown Athens was a beehive of activity on Aug. 9 as thousands of local residents took part in the 2nd annual Bounty on the Bricks and attended the 16th annual Athens Community Music Festival. Both events raised funds for area non-profit organizations.
If you rewind to the end of the 2013 season, one of the biggest questions amongst the Bobcat fans and the media was who would replace Tyler Tettleton as the Bobcats quarterback in 2014. Fast-forward to today, and that question remains unanswered, as redshirt junior Derrius Vick and redshirt sophomore J.D. Sprague are locked in… Read More
For the 163rd year, the Athens County Fair entertained its attendees with a wide variety offerings, including not only the ever-popular demolition derby, but also Tough Track, Motocross, various tractor pulls and numerous other events. The final day of the fair was Saturday. The biggest event was far and away the Demolition Derby, as was… Read More
Following the retirement notice submitted by Trimble Local Treasurer Cindy Rhonemus last month, the district has now established a timeline and requirements to fill the position. The Trimble Local Board of Education personnel committee meet earlier this week to discuss the pending job opening as Rhonemus’ retirement becomes effective on Dec. 1. A tentative timeline… Read More
Years ago, a police officer in the city of Athens would sit in a cruiser, virtually cut off from the rest of the police force thanks to the use of a minimal range radio. The officer may point a a large, megaphone-like device at your vehicle as you drove by to check your speed, then… Read More