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With about 2 minutes left in the fourth quarter, Darian Radabaugh pulled up from behind the arc, the tenth time she had done so Thursday night. Her shot missed, as it did the previous nine times. Radabaugh’s lone point in the final game of her high school career came from the free-throw line as the… Read More
The Alexander Lady Spartans let their nerves get to them in the final quarter of the District Semi-finals against the Minford Lady Falcons at Waverly High School where they lost 50-42. The Lady Spartans held their own against the Lady Falcons at the top of the game, ending the first quarter tied at 10 points…. Read More
The FCC has formally published the order to undo net neutrality rules, starting the two-month countdown to the repeal going into effect. State attorneys general, advocacy groups are filing lawsuits.
NRA executive Wayne LaPierre gave a defiant speech about “elites” taking advantage of last week’s Florida shooting to foster socialism at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday.
Peeling paint, inadequate lighting, crumbling concrete and damp, dark rooms are not an attractive environment for artists wanting to use ARTS/West. The former church, purchased by the City of Athens in 2005, saw the former sanctuary renovated then, but the basement remained much as it was when the building was constructed. The creative and colorful space upstairs… Read More
Ethel Sefako Anyani-Boudum, a graduate student and teaching assistant at Ohio University from Ghana, Africa, speaks of her aspirations to receive a masters and Ph.D. abroad in order to go back to Ghana and teach students in her home country. It was in the early spring of 2008 when a class of students at Achimota… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia teachers have gone on strike over pay and benefits one day after the governor signed raises for them. Classes at public schools were canceled Thursday in all 55 counties as teachers walked out over low pay, small increases and projected increases in insurance costs. Thousands of teachers arrived at… Read More
High water is affecting nearly every county in Southeast Ohio today, and the rain is forecasted to continue through weekend. Here are the roads where high water has been reported in the area: Athens County, according to the Athens County Emergency Management Agency: County Road (CR) 1 – Kimberly Rd., near McKee Paving CR 10… Read More