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Next season Waterford will unveil a new banner. It will say “Runner-up.” Berlin Hiland won its fifth State Championship by defeating the Lady Wildcats 61-41. The final score tells it right. Hiland led for over 30 minutes in the 32-minute game. Waterford had one lead the entire contest. Megan Ball was fouled after making a… Read More
In the Elite Eight of Ohio high school basketball there will be wars, and today the Eastmoor Academy Warriors came, saw and conquered the Vinton County Vikings 69-48. When looking at the Warriors and Vikings you must think to yourself, Could any two teams be more different? One team urban, the other rural. The Warriors,… Read More
Friday night avant-garde sound artist Maria Chavez performed at ARTS/West, utilizing a single turntable and an assortment of damaged records to create two hours of unique sound. Chavez is an abstract turntablist, and she has been since her early 20s, when she grew bored of DJ-ing and found herself gravitating to free jazz and avant-garde… Read More
Recycle Mania was located at the Athens County Fairgrounds, where people could drop off recyclable items, such as tires, electronic devices, and paint on Saturday, March 18, 2017.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Majority Republicans in Ohio’s state Legislature are again seeking to eliminate the state’s renewable energy requirements. A House bill introduced this past week would get rid of requirements forcing utilities to generate or buy and sell a percentage of power from alternative and advanced sources, such as solar, wind and clean… Read More
In baseball, being successful one time out of three makes a player one of the best. For the Waterford Lady Wildcats, going one out of three is a nightmare. Waterford will play in its third-consecutive State Championship game on Saturday. After a full season of passing doubts, overcoming a lost player and wild comeback wins,… Read More