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Police Arrest 24 During Mill Fest 2017


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A series of unauthorized block parties celebrated by Ohio University students began over the weekend in Athens. The parties known as fests are a spring tradition for students. Mill Fest began with attendees consuming alcohol as early as 10 a.m. Saturday. Police stationed near the event were called upon to shut down several parties along… Read More

Groceries Coming To Vinton County

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The road to a new grocery store in Vinton County started with a single banana. Rhoda Price, executive director of the Vinton County Senior Citizens, fought in her own way to bring about Monday’s groundbreaking of the newest and only grocery store in Vinton County, McArthur’s Campbell’s Market. She went to a luncheon for a… Read More

🔊 457SEO: Meigs Against The World


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In this episode of #457SEO: Facing the reality that opiate addiction treatment centers need some measures of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) to stay as is — if they’re going to continue to save lives. And joining us at the table, a Southeast Ohio native who is tired of feeling as if this region is… Read More

Miners’ Message to Trump: Protect Benefits

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President Donald Trump’s campaign-style rally in Louisville got the attention of some retired coal miners in the region. They’re particularly worried about being able to afford health insurance on a new plan. Retired union miners have been traveling to Washington to urge passage of The Miner’s Protection Act, which would secure their health and pension… Read More