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Week 4 Power Rankings: SEOAL


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Week 4 proved challenging for SEOAL teams, except for Jackson and Portsmouth.  The Ironmen have continued to showcase their sound offense and defense as the rest of the conference struggle to hang on.  Portsmouth nabbed its first win in a shocking fashion, knocking off Waverly 29-27, earning the Trojans a bump up in the ranks. … Read More

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WOUB News Digest: Read And Be Informed


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Two students arrested at OU Student Senate appear in court Gabriel Sirkin, 20, and Jonah Yulish, 19, stick to their not guilty plea in Athens County Municipal Court but wave their right to a speedy trial. They were two of four people arrested during the Student Senate Meeting on September 10 for protesting Megan Marzec’s… Read More

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Adams Publishing Group Acquires Athens News


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Adams Publishing Group, LLC announced Wednesday that it is acquiring the Athens NEWS, an alternative twice weekly newspaper, in Athens, from Bruce Mitchell and Guy Philips. APG Media of Ohio also owns the local daily newspaper, The Athens Messenger, in addition to seven other paid distribution newspapers and three other free, controlled distribution publications. The… Read More

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Council Continues Trash Talk, Mayor Threatens Veto

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After another lengthy discussion regarding storage of trash cans, Athens Mayor Paul Wiehl told City Council that he would likely veto the ordinance if changes proposed during Monday’s meeting are adopted. Over the past month, Council has been discussing changes to the city’s law regarding placement and storage of trash cans and recyclable containers. Some… Read More

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Athens County Awarded $ 1 Million For Housing Projects

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Athens County has been awarded $1 million to partner with Athens and Nelsonville on housing-related projects. At their meeting Tuesday, the Athens County Commissioners voted to accept the award of the Community Housing Impact and Preservation Grant. The money is coming through the Ohio Development Services Agency, and the full amount requested was granted. The… Read More