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Ohio University's Creative Writing Program will present Writers Harvest, a benefit for hunger relief, on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Walter Hall Rotunda. Proceeds from the $5 admission will benefit the Southeastern Ohio Food Bank.
This year, Writers Harvest, the nation’s largest reading series working to help fight hunger, will feature OU professor of poetry and award-winning author Mark Halliday and nationally acclaimed fiction writer Donald Ray Pollock (pictured).
Enrollment figures at Hocking College remain below the goal set earlier this summer by the institution. As of Sept. 10, which is the 15th day of the autumn semester, the total enrollment was down 620 students from the same time one year ago. This marks a 15 percent reduction in the number of students attending… Read More
The 32-percent poverty level in Athens County affects many areas of life, but in one particular populace a rise in poverty levels has been shown, along with a cycle of poverty officials say is difficult to escape. Athens County Common Pleas Court has already seen a rise in the last five years of affidavits of… Read More
The State Personnel Board of Review acted properly when it declined to hear an appeal of an Ohio University police lieutenant’s suspension, a Franklin County judge has ruled. Lt. Chris Johnson had attempted to appeal to the state review board a two-day, unpaid suspension he had received from the university in 2013. The State Personnel… Read More
Before the 2014 season began, nobody knew of running back A.J. Ouellette, or linebacker Quentin Poling. Now, both players are household names. Ouellette and Poling led their respective units to a 36-24 home-opening victory for Ohio (2-2, 1-0) over the Idaho Vandals (0-3). It was an official coming-out-party for Ouellette, who finished with 27 carries… Read More