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A Record Setting Offensive Performance Leads Ohio Football to Victory

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Nathan Rourke and the Ohio Bobcats (2-2) offense ensured the non-conference schedule finished on a high note with a commanding 58-42 victory over the Umass Minutemen (2-4) at Peden Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Ohio offense produced 664 yards of total offense, the most in Ohio Bobcats history. Nathan Rourke accounted for 459 yards and… Read More

Carbon Fee Before Athens Voters

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Athens voters will have to decide whether to enact a program promoting renewable energy with an optional carbon fee. Households that chooses to pay the fee would see an increase of between $1.60 and $1.80 per month on their electric bills. The fee would fund the installation of solar panels on public buildings in Athens…. Read More

Two Businesses Reshape West Union Street

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Clothing store 24-7 Dreams, and the bar Cat’s Corner are two businesses now calling West Union Street home. The businesses stand a couple of blocks away from each other on Union St., but both owners say they think they’ll find success at their locations. A Reboot 24-7 Dreams owner Mose Denton began printing shirts after… Read More

Buckeyes’ Star May Find New Role Next Season

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A key piece of the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes’ first regional championship in 35 years was offensive weapon Keegan Wilburn. The All-State Sophomore was used all over the field, in the backfield, in the slot, out of the wildcat, and on kickoff returns, a matchup nightmare for defenses. The 5’9” Sophomore finished with over 2,000 all-purpose yards and… Read More

Richland Avenue Tunnel Plans Unveiled

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The City of Athens showcased two designs for the Richland Avenue pedestrian underpass on Tuesday at Grover Center during an open-house forum. The forum offered area residents the chance to express concerns and to speak to those heading up the project. Athens City Engineer Andy Stone said the public feedback was important for the city… Read More