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When Hocking College Chief of Police Al Matthews pitched the idea of a JUCO football program to President Dr. Betty Young in fall of 2014, no one would’ve thought it would only take a year to get the program started. Dr. Young’s biggest concern was the financial problem Hocking College faced last year. “My goal… Read More
The landscape of the MAC East changed rather significantly Monday afternoon, as the 2014 MAC Player of the Year, Justin Moss, was dismissed from Buffalo’s basketball team. Moss, who averaged 17.5 points and 9.2 rebounds last season, was dismissed from the team in relation to his involvement in an on-campus robbery. In June, Moss and… Read More
Ohio University welcomed freshman and sophomores with four new dorms located on South Green, along with the rest of the new and returning residents of Ohio University. Tanaka-Luchs and Carr-Sowle are fully furnished with kitchens, laundry facilities, elevators, and spacious bedrooms with private bathrooms. Sophomores like Londo Farmer, who have lived in the older dorms,… Read More
The Defending the American Dream Summit, hosted by the Koch Brothers’ Americans for Prosperity group, attracted almost as many protesters as attendees. Keynote speakers for the weekend event at the Greater Columbus Convention Center included Republican presidential hopefuls Jeb Bush, Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Rick Perry.
For the second year running, ARTS/West will host the opening event for the month-long Athens Steampunk Spectacle, a collaboration of the Athens Public Library, The Athens County Historical Society and Museum, ARTS/West and Airship Athena. Scheduled for Friday, Sept. 4, the free event will include dance performances by both the Steampunk Ballet and the Whiplash… Read More
After falling one win shy of an MVL title in 2014, Maysville has one word on its mind: revenge. With a plethora of starters returning for their senior seasons, the Panthers are in a position to take the MVL title out of Tri-Valley’s hands. Starting quarterback Jacob Miller graduated, making way for new starter Tanner… Read More