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If there’s one infallible law of basketball, it is that one team will win. Even on the occasions when both teams put forth a winning effort, one team will be defeated. Such was the case when the Vinton County Lady Vikings hosted the Meigs Lady Marauders on Monday night, as the Lady Marauders lost by… Read More
Cruising through the first half, the Lady Lancers threw together their best offensive performance of the year. Federal Hocking put up 41 points in the first half thanks to a breakout game from sophomore point guard, Paige Tolson. The Lady Lancers pressure forced South Gallia to make mistakes throughout the game and from then on… Read More
With five minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Athens Lady Bulldogs were just three points away from making an 11-point comeback. Despite their relentless efforts, the Lady Bulldogs were unable to come out on top as the Wellston Lady Golden Rockets ran away with the win 53-44 on Monday night. Offensively, neither team played… Read More
A special Air Force jet carrying the 41st president’s body landed Monday afternoon. Bush will lie in state in the U.S. Capitol rotunda until Wednesday. Watch the ceremony live.
Canadian Twitter may truly be a nicer place. Researcher Bryor Snefjella says Canadians tend to tweet more positive words compared to their American counterparts.
Authorities in Athens are investigating the death of a young child. According to a press release from the Athens Police Department, paramedics were called to a home on Hope Drive Sunday, December 2. The first-responders were unable to resuscitate the infant. Investigators say they will release more information once the coroner’s report is complete.
ATHENS — An Athens County grand jury set to meet on Wednesday could be presented with the cases of five people connected to the death of a man in a shooting on West Washington Street. Michael Allen Russell, 18, and Bernard Mitchell, 23, are both facing involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the death of… Read More