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Trimble Schools Budget Uncertain Until State Budget Money Comes In

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Although Trimble Local School’s five-year forecast of operating funds, released by Treasurer Jared Bunting, shows the district losing money over the next five fiscal years, it remains offset by a positive cash balance. “It’s not bad at all,” Bunting said, but those figures do not take the proposed state budget into account, he added. Gov…. Read More

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International Space University to Come to Athens

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The 28th Summer Space Studies Program (SSP15) of International Space University (ISU), the world’s premier international space education institution, will begin on the Ohio University campus next week, with many events open to the public, according to a press release. Supported by major space agencies and aerospace organizations from around the world including NASA Glenn Research Center, SSP15… Read More

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Confession Reported in Athens Catholic Church Fire

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Investigators looking into the weekend vandalism and arson at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Athens reportedly received a confession on Monday morning. According to Ohio State Fire Marshal’s Office spokeswoman Lindsay Burnworth, an investigator from the office was on the scene late Monday morning when an individual confessed to the investigator about starting the fire…. Read More