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The technology provides them with an unprecedented view into how the ancient civilization worked and lived, revealing almost industrial agricultural infrastructure and new insights into warfare.
The Athens Bulldogs used a third quarter spark to secure an 80-48 win over the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes Friday night at Nelsonville-York High School. The Bulldogs (8-9, 6-3 TVC Ohio) dominated the entire second half and the Buckeyes (5-12, 1-9) were never able to recover. The game was back and forth for the entire first half,… Read More
It captured images that show some of the key regions NASA’s robot has explored since 2012.
An NPR/Marist poll finds that 30 percent of Americans do something else for pay in addition to their full-time jobs. But those extended workdays can mean giving up an important social support system.
Major stock indexes dropped sharply Friday, with the Dow Jones industrial average tumbling 2.6 percent amid signs that wage growth is picking up. It was the Dow’s worst weekly performance in 2 years.
The City of Athens will host an open house to display its plans for an underpass on Richland Avenue later this month. According to a post on the city’s website, the open house will be on February 20th, from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m in the Grover Center Atrium on Richland Avenue. The Athens City… Read More
Early in the spring semester every year, dozens of Ohio University Media Arts and Studies students take to the streets of Athens with their audiovisual equipment in hand to achieve the seemingly impossible: crafting a film in a scanty 48 hours. Their resources include the equipment room in the RTV building on the OU campus… Read More
At a recent conference in Lexington, Kentucky, economists and community leaders gathered to talk about the state’s current budget crunch and possible economic future. Peter Hille, president of Mountain Association for Community Economic Development, said Kentucky and other Appalachian states need to do more to build a new economy and move from dependence on a single… Read More
The president got into step with Republican allies who have spent months attacking what they call bias in the FBI and Justice Department. Critics warn this situation is perilous.
The monthly report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows continued growth in jobs, with the unemployment rate holding steady at 4.1 percent. Wages rose at their highest rate since June 2009.