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As the postseason continues, so do the No. 2 seed Trimble Tomcats’ hopes at another D-VII State Finals appearance. After mulling through No. 7 seed Symmes Valley 55-8, in the… Read More
The Jackson Ironmen have a chance to do something that no football team in Ironmen history has accomplished–win 12 games in a season and win two playoff games. However, standing… Read More
It’s the first round of playoffs in the mountain state and Parkersburg South will be fighting to take down the number one seeded team in Class AAA–Capital. The Capital Cougars… Read More
The rededication of the Staff Sgt. Curtis A. Oakes Veterans Memorial Garden at Hocking College honored not only Oakes, but those who served alongside him. Oakes, a graduate of Alexander High… Read More
Once again women of diverse backgrounds, ages and experiences have come together to participate in the 6th Annual Women of Appalachia (WOA) events, beginning with a reception on Saturday, Nov. 15 at the Parkersburg Art Center.
The fine art exhibition, which includes spoken word performances, will travel to four different venues throughout Ohio and West Virginia over a six-month period.
Planning and rehearsals are underway for the 5th Annual Athens AM Rotary Murder Mystery Production. The dinner theater has become an Athens favorite and a sellout crowd is expected once… Read More
It has become a rarity to see a football player without some kind of tattoos. Tattoos are popular with the members of the Ohio University football team, as one player… Read More
Ten-year-old YouTube sensation Emi Sunshine will perform an eclectic mix of Americana, blues and gospel at ARTS/West on Wednesday, Nov. 19. The singer-songwriter’s Appalachian ballads, hymns and self-penned originals have… Read More
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The Ohio University Division of Dance in the School of Dance, Film and Theatre will present its annual Fall Senior Dance Concert, the culminating project for BFA dance majors, Nov. 13-15 in Putnam Hall's Shirley Wimmer Dance Theatre.
Six seniors will employ their unique perspectives in newly created choreographic works to be presented at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. each evening.
Facing a $4.7 million budget deficit for the current fiscal year, Hocking College's Board of Trustees approved a revised balanced budget at Monday's special meeting. The revised budget calls for… Read More