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The annual Festival of Trees is set to premiere this Saturday at The Bowen House Cultural Arts and Education Center in Logan.
Various organizations, families, schools and community members are decorating trees that will be on display through Dec. 23.
The Logan Marching Chieftains have made great strides under the leadership of Jeff North, the longest-standing band director in Logan High School history. North is currently marking is 30th year as a head band director, with 28 of those years spent at his alma mater, Logan High.
Being part of the arts provides a unique cultural experience, opening the doors to the world outside of Hocking County. For the past 35 years Judie Henniger has kept a clear view while leading the way for children in the Hocking County Children’s Chorus, but now is looking to retire. The Hocking County Children’s Chorus… Read More
Inspiration comes in a variety of ways. One Logan High School student found it in the famous movie and book series, The Lord of the Rings.
Hannah Barlow has filmed an adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s "In the House of Tom Bombadil," a chapter from The Fellowship of the Ring.
One-pot shake-n-bake meth labs are becoming more popular, but can prove to be dangerously explosive. One local resident found several suspicious bottles while routinely cleaning in the yard and quickly responded by delivering the bottles to the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office. “They had been there for about three days,” the resident noted in the report…. Read More
It’s a bird, it’s a plane — no, it’s a Segway. Many outdoor enthusiasts in the area and those traveling to explore the beauty of the Hocking Hills can ride a Segway on an outdoor adventure trail, seeing the area in a way that has never been done before. Seven years ago the Hocking Hills… Read More
Several local businesses closed temporarily and thousands of area residents had to sweat out the heat without air conditioning after an AEP substation went out on Logan’s west end Tuesday morning. A squirrel made its way into the substation “crossing wires that should not have been crossed,” said Jeff Rennie, AEP spokesperson. AEP reported the… Read More
Logan Daily News file photo Traditions run deep with many people, especially when it comes to holidays. This Fourth of July, residents are invited to attend the 12th Annual Lake Logan Boat Parade to start what, for some, might be a new family tradition. Festively decorated with red, white and blue decorations, boats will gather… Read More
The Bowen House is host to this year’s annual Spring Art Exhibit, which displays Logan High School students’ artwork. “A majority of this year’s show is made up of the Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition Southeastern Ohio Regional winners, our biggest showing ever,” said Rita Jones, LHS art teacher. “I am really excited we have… Read More
A local 31-year-old woman was arraigned in Hocking County Municipal Court on Thursday on three counts of unlawful sexual contact with a minor. Hocking County Municipal Court Judge Fred Moses entered an automatic not guilty plea on behalf of Kristy Layton of Logan and ordered a split bond amount of $250,000 recognizance and an additional… Read More
Logan’s Chakeres Theatre Restoration Corporation is working to purchase and eventually restore its namesake back to its former glory of being an operational theater. “People love to be outside and be entertained, so why not give them both in Hocking County,” said theater restoration vice president Marcia Jeffrey, noting that the Chakeres Theatre is the… Read More
Hocking College President Ron Erickson held the first monthly Coffee with the President session at the Logan Campus Tuesday in an effort to gather feedback from campus and community members. Members of the community attended, along with Neil Hinton, dean of the Hocking College Energy Center & Engineering Technology Center, and Libby Villavicencio, executive director… Read More