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Red-Hot Teams in Tri-Valley, Boardman to Meet

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The fifth-seeded Tri-Valley Scotties (9-1) are perennial playoff contenders, having made seven consecutive postseasons, but they have yet to make a deep run come crunch time. Last season’s campaign was cut short when Tri-Valley lost to the eventual state runners-up in Athens 41-20. With the hopes of a deeper run in mind, the Scotties will… Read More

River Valley to Make Playoff Debut Against Zane Trace

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Friday will mark a first round playoff matchup between the Zane Trace Pioneers (10-0) and the River Valley Raiders (7-3), a game that will be an event of firsts for both teams. Hosting a playoff game for the first time, the undefeated Pioneers will also be vying for their first ever playoff win. “This was… Read More

Nelsonville Votes Down Electric/Gas Aggregation, Local Governments Welcome New Leaders

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Results in Athens County ranged from “no” votes on property maintenance and aggregation in Nelsonville to a reduced council in Trimble and new elected officials. The Athens City Council had two Democratic and one non-party winners. Peter Kotses (27 percent), Jennifer Cochran (25 percent), and Patrick C. McGee (23 percent). The City of Nelsonville Electric… Read More

Kentucky’s Election Fraud Hotline Received Multiple Fraud Reports During Voting

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) – The Kentucky attorney general’s office says the election fraud hotline received 52 complaints from 27 counties during voting in the general election. Many of the calls involved questions about procedural issues or legal questions, but there was one call from Perry County about vote buying or selling and a half-dozen other… Read More

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Visiting Scholar Talks Art, Climate Chaos Nov. 5


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The Ohio University College of Fine Arts Consortium for Historical and Critical Studies in the Arts will host visiting scholar Una Chaudhuri, who will explore art that encourages us to “take the climate personally.” Chaudhuri is the inaugural speaker in the consortium’s first season, themed “Art in the Anthropocene.” Her presentation  “Anthropo-Scenes: Staging (and Feeling)… Read More