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Year after year, history attempts to repeat itself. In OHSAA Division III, Region 9, that is just the case as the No. 1 seed Tri-Valley has been paired up with… Read More
On Wednesday, the Ohio Bobcats defeated the Buffalo Bulls 37-14. On Thursday, two Bobcats were recognized for their efforts in the Bobcats' win. The MAC announced that freshman running back A.J…. Read More
The Press Club of Cleveland’s Hall of Fame will honor Tom Suddes, an assistant professor in E.W Scripps School of Journalism, on Friday. The Hall of Fame was established to… Read More
With the Jackson Ironmen heading into the postseason, the mayor of Jackson, Randy Heath, has proclaimed tomorrow to be Jackson Ironmen Football Day in the city. The road to the… Read More
Every year when the schedule is released, players and coaches alike look for that game that they circle. For the teams in Parkersburg, the Civil War is that game. The… Read More
On Friday night, TVC-Ohio runners-up Nelsonville-York (7-3) will travel to Lucasville Valley to square off with the Indians (8-2) to kick off postseason play in Division six, region 21. Rolling… Read More
Two months and twenty-one days ago, on a scorching hot Saturday night, Maysville (10-1) and Licking Valley (8-2) took a break from two-a-days and gave spectators what would turn out… Read More
Ohio field hockey players reflect on their time with head coach Neil Macmillan. Reporter Abbey Carnivale tells their stories.
Second time’s a charm? That’s what the Trimble Tomcats like to believe. With another undefeated season in the books, the Tomcats look to begin a second run at the Division… Read More
Tickets for the 2015 concert season at Jorma and Vanessa Kaukonen’s Fur Peace Station are now on sale.
The series, which offers a variety of music styles performed by dynamic musicians, will feature rare performances and concert pairings.
Scheduled performers include Oliver Mtukudzi, David Lindley, GE Smith, Corey Harris and many others.
Bullying is definitely a problem in the area, according to a survey of area students conducted by the Athens County Sheriff's Office. The survey was posted online from Oct. 28… Read More
Ohio's legislative leaders and agency directors are slated to discuss health care, energy and other policy issues that will face the state in the months ahead. The Thursday afternoon… Read More
Democratic state Sen. Daniel Hall says he is switching parties and becoming a Republican, a flip that would give the GOP a majority in the West Virginia Senate. West… Read More
The accused leader of a northern West Virginia drug ring has pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge. U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II says 38-year-old Brian Schultz headed a… Read More
It was total domination. It was the best and most complete game for Ohio this year. And it was just the game Ohio needed. The Ohio Bobcats welcomed the Buffalo… Read More
Saul Phillips was officially introduced as Ohio head coach on April 6, but Bobcat Madness served as his introduction to most Bobcat fans. In true Saul Phillips fashion, the head… Read More