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Jackie O’s Resourcefully Enhances the Sharing Culture of the 30 Mile Meal

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Athens, Ohio offers a unique local food experience that brings a new meaning to the term “locavore.” Each dish brought out to the table has a different story, a different history. The origin of each bite is easily traceable within a 30-mile radius. This is the Athens’ 30 Mile Meal. The steps are as follows:… Read More

Two Sports, Two Morgans, One Trimble

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Glouster, Ohio, comprised of almost 2,000 people according to the 2010 census, takes pride in one thing: Trimble High School athletics. From its hard-hitting and scrappy football team to its successful boys and girls’ basketball teams. The people of Glouster care for their Tomcat athletics. Two girls from Trimble High School are taking their Trimble… Read More

Young Team, Turnovers Lead to Lady Bulldogs Loss

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Paul McNeal knew it wouldn’t be easy and tonight proved that. With Wayne Horsley, Dominique Doseck and Olivia Harris looking on, McNeal and the Athens Bulldogs (0-1) lost to the Warren Warriors (2-0) in his first game in charge, 56-20. “There wasn’t anything we didn’t expect coming into the game,” McNeal said. “We are more… Read More

Athens Battling to Keep Title Hopes Alive

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In one of the most competitive seasons TVC-Ohio history, there are three teams vying for the title and Friday’s matchup between Athens and River Valley has huge implications for both the conference crown and playoff picture. The Bulldogs will come into the match-up against the Raiders the winners of four straight, largely thanks to running… Read More