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The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, better known as ECOT, unexpectedly shut down January 18, 2018, leaving thousands of students and teachers without a school where they could learn and work. ECOT started out in 2000 as an online community school. It was Ohio’s first online school to provide free education options for kindergartners all the… Read More
Right now if you need to renew your drivers license in Ohio all you have to do is walk into the Bureau of Motor Vehicles with your old ID and leave with a new one. However, the BMV just announced on Wednesday, February 28 that they will be joining 41 other states issuing ID’s by… Read More
After 121 years, the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office and jail will remain as is. The results are in and 3,189 voted against and 2,417 voted for the Meigs Co. Criminal Justice and Sheriffs Facilities Bond Issue and Levy. County Commissioners and the Sheriff’s Office have worked for over four years to come up with a… Read More
The conversation of whether or not to allow Athens Police officers to wear body cameras is in the proposal stages at City Council. This comes after a push from Managing Attorney of the Center for Student Legal Services at Ohio University and City Councilman, Patrick McGee. WOUB Reporter Micaela Marshall has the story.
Democratic candidate for the 94th district Ohio House State Representative, Sarah Grace, lost to Republican candidate, Jay Edwards, in unofficial voting results Tuesday night. Grace received 42 percent of the votes compared to Edwards 58 percent. But, just hours before the race was called, Grace was leading Edwards with an unofficial count of 54 percent of the votes… Read More
Students have taken advantage of a recent technology advancement Ohio University Parking Services introduced in December 2014. The Parkmobile app makes it quick and easy to pay for parking without the hassle of digging up quarters for the meter. Last year, the Parkmobile app had more than 66,000 successful transactions by students and faculty on… Read More
The community lined Court Street to honor our veterans Wednesday morning at the annual parade sponsored by the American Legion. The veterans handed out candy to the kids and waved to the crowd. The Athens High School band also marched down the street. Veteran’s Day comes once a year, but people like Vietnam War veteran… Read More