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Two Organizations Eye Carpenter Hall Purchase

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Two organizations are in the contract stage of acquiring Carpenter Hall in Athens, Ohio. In a Facebook post published last Tuesday, Integrated Services for Behavioral Health announced it will partner with the Ohio Finance Fund to purchase the building. Integrated Services plans to both purchase and renovate the building through low-income-housing tax credits. According to the… Read More

Art Installation at Garage Officially Opens

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The Athens Photo Project held Saturday a ribbon cutting ceremony for its “A Thousand Words” art installation on the Athens City Garage wall. The exhibit will feature photographs by the 33 artists of the Athens Photo Project’s 2016-17 photography class. The APP a non-profit organization that helps individuals suffering from mental illnesses express themselves through… Read More

Athens Parking Rate Doubles With New Rules

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The Athens City Council approved an ordinance revising parking meter rules Monday, increasing costs and extending enforcement hours. Central to the council’s decision was Court Street in Uptown Athens. The new rules will create high, moderate, and low intensity parking zones. Court Street, which will be a high intensity zone, will double its rates from $0.50… Read More

Little League Baseball in Argentina

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  A calm and breezy afternoon in Buenos Aires, Argentina, pitted two second-division baseball teams to play at the National Baseball Stadium of Argentina, a venue no larger than Ohio University’s own Bob Wren stadium. A close game that played by well-spirited players, the game’s attendance peaked at only 4 attendees. Meanwhile, by the stadium’s… Read More

N-Y Jumps Out Early in Game Against Meigs

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The Lady Marauders (8-9) struggled tonight in their matchup against the Lady Buckeyes (12-4). From the start, N-Y’s pressure overwhelmed Meigs, causing the team to total 26 turnovers on the night. The turnovers were a key to the Lady Buckeyes scoring their most points this season in the 76-35 victory. The Lady Marauders came out… Read More

Federal Hocking Fails to Adjust to Southern’s Defense

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Federal Hocking (3-10) fell after failing to adjust to a tough defense. The Lancers fell to the Southern Tornadoes 58-46. The loss extends Federal Hocking’s losing streak to five games. Lack of physical play contributed to the Lancer’s loss. Southern kept a consistent defensive front throughout the game, keeping the Lancers from moving into the… Read More

Rebounds Take Control to put Trimble over Federal Hocking

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Backed by a powerful front and a pressing defense, the Trimble Lady Tomcats kept the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers from any proper production, keeping Trimble in a double-digit lead throughout the matchup. Trimble came out of Federal Hocking on Thursday with a dominating 51-33 win. Nikki Kish and Morgan Murphy once again controlled the game for… Read More

Lady Marauders Stay on Winning Streak

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After a close second half, Meigs pulled away from River Valley, defeating its conference rivals by a confident 56-40. The win is a massive improvement from the Lady Marauder’s last match up against the Lady Raiders, which ended in a 57-28 loss. Ten different Lady Marauders contributed to the final score of the game, including back-to-back… Read More

Marauders’ Offense Lights Up in Win Against Belpre

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Meigs showed team chemistry, playing with a fast tempo in its win over the Belpre Golden Eagles. The Marauders held the lead throughout the game, eventually pushing ahead for a 64-57 victory. Their offense came alive in the second half, with quick counters and passing across the court for simple—yet crucial—field goals. Jared Kennedy’s double-double led Meigs’… Read More

TVC’s Best in Alexander, Trimble to Clash

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Tri-Valley Conference titans are on a crash course towards Friday night. Alexander (7-1, 5-0) and Trimble (7-1, 7-0) each sit atop their respective TVC divisions, the Ohio and Hocking, and each controls its own destiny en route to an outright conference crown. Alexander just needs a win in week 10 against Meigs to secure the… Read More