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Athens Honors Veterans, Celebrates 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day

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Veterans from multiple branches of the armed forces marched down Court Street Sunday to honor veterans and to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day. However, before the morning parade on Sunday, veterans from Gilham-Frank VFW Post 8804 of News Marshfield as well as several Athens Sunrise Rotary Club volunteers placed flags on hundreds of veteran… Read More

Rain Causing More Than Rotten Tomatoes for Ohio Valley Farmers

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The precipitation average so far this year for Southeast Ohio is 34.75 inches, which is nearly 10 inches above normal, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Farmers in Athens County and along the Ohio River basin are hoping for less rain next year in order to reclaim what Mother Nature took from their… Read More

Arts/West Opens New Music Program

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Fiddles, banjos, violins, ukuleles, and many other instruments are filling Arts/West’s and Stuarts Opera House. These instruments, specific to Appalachian culture, are part of Southeast Ohio’s Musical Lending Library.  The library offers everything from classic rock instruments to traditional Appalachian string instruments. People of all levels of musical ability are able to rent the instruments for free…. Read More

Athens Residents “March For Our Lives” in Columbus

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While hundreds participated in the March For Our Lives in Athens Saturday morning, 27 Athens residents and students marched through the streets of Columbus for the same cause; to oppose gun violence in schools and support stronger gun laws. Kerrie Shaw, a social worker and activist in Athens collected funds to hire a bus to… Read More