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Project DAWN Aims At Saving Lives

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Athens City-Council Health Department offically launched Project DAWN on Thursday.  Ohio is facing an opiod overdose epidemic, and in the last 10 years in Athens county, there have been an average of about 10 deaths annually due to opiod overdose.  Dr. James Gaskell, Athens city-county health commissioner spoke about Project DAWN which stands for "Deaths Avoided With… Read More

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Athens Responds to Ebola

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While the state of Ohio prepares and takes precautions by increasing the state's supply of personal, protective equipment for health care providers, Dr. James Gaskell, Athens City County Health commissioner says people of Athens should not worry. The state of Ohio became concerned about Ebola this week when Amber Vinson, a Dallas nurse who visited… Read More

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West Union Street Closure

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Drivers along West Union Street can expect traffic and delays throughout the week due to the continuation of work on service line connections. The westbound lane of West Union Street between Depot Street and S. High Street will be closed today, September 18th, from approximately 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Work will continue on Friday,… Read More

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Marzec Says Four Students Arrested “Were Only Silencing Others”

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Ohio University Student Senate President Megan Marzec says the arrest of four students at Wednesday's meeting could have been avoided. "The students were not arrested for speaking," Marzec said. "They were arrested because they prevented the meeting from continuing in a democratic way. It was really horrible these students were arrested for saying things that… Read More

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ITS Day Teaches Students Financial and Computer Information

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Ohio University's School of Information and Telecommunication Systems presented information about security on Thursday. The school's annual ITS day was held in Baker Center Conference Rooms. The series titled, "Security Matters," aimed to inform and educate students about computer and financial safety by featuring various speakers and panelists. Speakers and panelists were actively discussing innovations… Read More