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Trimble Middle School Principal Placed on Leave

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GLOUSTER, Ohio – The principal at Trimble Middle School has been “relieved from duty” and the renewal of her contract will not be recommended, according to documents The Messenger obtained through a public records request. Danita Kern, also listed as Danita Glenn in some documents, was placed on leave with pay and fringe benefits effective… Read More

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Postlethwait Wins OAB Scholarship; Sportscaster Talent Agency of America Recognizes WOUB Students


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Ben Postlethwait  has been awarded a $3,000 scholarship from the Ohio Association of Broadcasters. Ben is a reporter for WOUB News and a student majoring in journalism through the Honors Tutorial College at Ohio University. ************************************ The Sportscaster Talent Agency of America All-America program recognizes the most outstanding collegiate radio and TV sportscasters in the… Read More

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LISTEN: The Wayfarers on Showdown

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Join Southeast Ohio band The Wayfarers for a live performance on WOUB-FM’s Showdown, recorded May 3, 2015. From the band’s website: “The Wayfarers fuse tight musicianship – centered largely by the fiddle – with the high energy that characterized early mountain music. With old-time radio shows setting the example, their style encompasses Appalachian dance music, traditional… Read More

Meigs Co. Deputy Indicted on Robbery, Other Felony Charges

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A Meigs County Sheriff’s Office deputy on administrative leave has been indicted in Athens County Common Pleas Court with three felony charges. Brody Davis, 26, is charged with robbery, grand theft when property is a firearm or dangerous ordinance, tampering with records and dereliction of duty. All charges are felonies with the exception of dereliction… Read More

The Plains Man Held On $100,000 Bond After Alleged Stabbing

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A man from The Plains is being held on $100,000 bond following a stabbing on Monday afternoon. James D. Warrener, 41, of 14 Roy Ave., The Plains, appeared in Athens County Municipal Court on Tuesday morning on charges of felonious assault and aggravated burglary. Initial information provided by the Athens County Sheriff’s Office on Monday… Read More