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Nelsonville Bypass Makes America’s Top 10 Transportation Projects


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Ohio Department Of Transportation News Release – The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) announced the $200 million Route 33 Nelsonville Bypass project made the 2014 America’s Transportation Awards competition top 10 projects. Since making America’s Top 10 Transportation Projects, the project is now up for the grand prize and People’s Choice… Read More

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Ohio Soccer: It Is Time


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Ohio soccer coach Aaron Rodgers believes his team is primed to compete with the top teams in the Mid-American Conference this season. Showcase reporter Matthew Doyle talks with Rodgers and the players to learn the meaning behind #ItIsTime.

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Arrested OU Students Plead Not Guilty To Disturbance Charges

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The four Ohio University students arrested during a Student Senate meeting entered pleas of not guilty Thursday in Athens County Municipal Court. Rebecca Sebo, 22, of Pepper Pike, Ohio; Maxwell Peltz, 20, of Orange Village, Ohio; Gabriel Sirkin, 20, of White Plains, N.Y.; and Jonah Yulish, 19, of Beachwood, Ohio; all entered their pleas in… Read More

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Hopewell Health Centers Hopes To Add Medical Care To Athens Facility

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Federal funding will be sought to add a physician's office to Hopewell Health Centers' mental health facility in Athens. If funding is approved, a primary care office would be added to 90 Hospital Drive in the facility previously known as Tri-County Mental Health and Counseling. In 2013, Tri-County and Family Healthcare Inc. merged to form… Read More

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“Barbie Falls On Hard Times” Returns To OU Women’s Center


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From Sept. 13 to Oct. 10, the Ohio University Women's Center will host the exhibit Barbie Falls on Hard Times: The Sequel by Athens artist-photographer Kari Gunter-Seymour.

Gunter-Seymour’s art focuses on body image and self-esteem issues as it examines what the famous Mattel doll's life would be like if she were challenged with real-life issues that women of all ages face, like cleaning the bathroom or getting stood up on her wedding day.