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Waterford Wildcats Claw Passed Trimble Tomcats

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The top two teams of the TVC-Hocking faced off tonight, but only one team took home the win. The Waterford Wildcats came into the game undefeated in their conference, and the Trimble Tomcats only had one conference loss under their belt. That loss was against Waterford, and Trimble came in hungry for a rematch. However,… Read More

Lady Marauders Take a Win over Athens

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Kassidy Betzing and Devin Humphreys combined to score 27 points as the Meigs Lady Marauders defeated the Athens Lady Bulldogs 60-38; picking up their fourth straight win in the process. It was an ugly start for the Lady Marauders as they commited three consecutive turnovers on their first three possessions. The game appeared to slow… Read More

Belpre Falls Short to Southern Tornadoes

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The Belpre Golden Eagles’ fourth quarter comeback fell short in a 54-40 loss to the Southern Tornadoes. Southern allowed only two Belpre free throws in the third quarter and Belpre had more turnovers than field goals attempted in the quarter. The Tornadoes went into the fourth quarter up 43-23.  Down 20 points, the Golden Eagles… Read More

Photos: Ad Club Ad Bowl 2017


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Ad Club hosted a fun, competition-based learning opportunity for students to learn how to work in groups and create a commercial for an assigned brand using an iPhone. At the end of the 24-hour assignment time, the students watched the commercials as a group and voted for the best commercial. McKennah Robinson shows the name… Read More

Columbus Police Use Pepper Spray To Disperse Protesters

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Police in Columbus have used pepper spray to break up a large crowd of people that gathered to protest President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations. Hundreds of people gathered downtown Monday night and blocked a major intersection, prompting police action. Earlier Monday, protesters held a peaceful gathering… Read More

Athens and Ohio University Respond to President Trump’s Executive Ban


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In wake of  President Trump’s executive order banning immigration from seven countries, Ohio University and the Athens Community are working to make sure its residents feel welcome. Who is Affected? Ohio University Students from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen are fearful they may never see their family members again after those without green cards were… Read More