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Week 4 Power Rankings: SVC

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1. Southeastern (1-0) 4-0 Southeasern remains the only team left in the SVC who is undefeated. Southeastern sits in the number one spot because they are clearly dominant. Each week, Southeastern wins significantly, the closest game they still won by 18 points ( 40-22 against South Charleston in week 2). Dakota Houser has continued to… Read More

New Local Business Hopes to Bring Traffic to Market on State

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Out with the old, In with the new   Ten years ago, Brent Hayes and Tom Parfitt bought the University Mall out of bankruptcy and were able to build the business back up over the years. As online shopping has increased in popularity, malls nationwide have seen declining business. The University Mall, now known as the Market on State, has been working… Read More

President Trump’s Budget Axe Could Chop Local Arts

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New Budget Plans If President Donald Trump’s proposed budget is approved by Congress, local programs, funded through the National Endowment of the Arts, will likely suffer. The Dairy Barn Center in Athens could lose as much as $30,000 each year. Effects Hit Home Jane Forrest Redfern, executive director for the Dairy Barn Arts Center, said that… Read More

Athens Bulldogs Ease Passed Alexander Spartans

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The Athens Bulldogs dominated the Alexander Spartans 48-31 during a TVC matchup on Tuesday night. Athens controlled the momentum of the game and made smart plays that ultimately resulted in their win against Alexander. They hopped out with an early lead and appeared to be in control. Athens had the lead for the entire game… Read More

Philo Uses Offensive Dominance to Defeat John Glenn

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The Philo Electrics (4-1) dominated the John Glenn Little Muskies (1-4) 35-7 this Friday night. The stands were packed to watch the MVL matchup. John Glenn hoped to redeem themselves as it lost to Philo last year 14-10. The Electrics came in hot from the beginning and their offense was unstoppable all night. Philo’s offense is what… Read More

Maysville Starts Out Undefeated Against Crooksville

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The Crooksville Ceramics hoped to redeem themselves after a 41-15 blowout against the Maysville Panthers in their season opener. History did repeat itself, however it was by a narrow margin. Panthers used home field advantage to overtake the Ceramics 35-23 in their fourth consecutive season opener. Despite the Panthers primarily being a young team, they were… Read More