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Kosiorek Comes Out Swinging


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Jamie Kosiorek was introduced with Ohio’s starting lineup for her first slate of Division-1 college volleyball matches last weekend in Hawaii. “I shouldn’t have been as nervous as I was. It’s just volleyball, no one changed it,” the freshman outside hitter said. If she was nervous, she didn’t show it. Kosiorek had a standout opening… Read More

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Former Chauncey Police Chief Has Bond Tripled


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The former Chauncey police chief facing charges for his role in a Gloucester drug ring will face a bond cost three times higher than previously expected. Athens County Common Pleas Court set Charles Wachenschwanz's bond at $300,000. His bond was originally set at $100,000, which his attorney argued should be reduced in the first place…. Read More

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Mandatory Sexual Assault Prevention Course Required For All New OU Undergrads

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With a national conversation happening about sexual assault, Ohio University has implemented a new online course to educate students about consent, bystander intervention and sexual assault. The program, called Not Anymore, is now mandatory for all new undergrad students, including transfer students. According to OU Women’s Center Director Susanne Dietzel, offering the mandatory class is… Read More

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“Growing Up In Athens” Book Project Launched

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A unique book project called Growing Up in Athens is being co-sponsored by the Athens Community Arts, Parks and Recreation Department and the Athens County Historical Society and Museum. The book will be a collection of hometown memories of people who grew up in or near the city of Athens. The co-sponsors are currently soliciting stories from current and former residents.