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Salon And Barbershop Owners Look Forward To Seeing Customers Again, Even If From Behind A Mask

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Everyone who steps into Smart Barber Shop receives a hearty hello from owner Dave Smart, whose grin shines right through his face mask.  Last Friday, Smart reopened his shop on West Washington Street in Athens. It was closed for about two months under orders from the state of Ohio to slow… Read More

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Prosecutor: Others Could Be Implicated in Nelsonville Mismanagement Case

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ATHENS, Ohio — An investigation into financial mismanagement in Nelsonville may not end at the indictment of a deputy auditor, according to the Athens County Prosecutor. Stephanie Wilson, of Stewart, is reportedly cooperating with investigators as they dig deeper into the city’s practices. “I’m not sure whether other people will be criminally charged for it,” Athens… Read More

A gavel lays on top of money

Grand Jury Indicts Nelsonville Deputy Auditor for Alleged Payroll Fabrication

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(UPDATE 2/11/20 3:45 p.m.) Although none of the allegations involve their schools, WOUB News has a learned Stephanie Wilson was asked to resign her position from the Federal Hocking Local School District Board. The statement from the board reads, “The Federal Hocking School Board has been made aware of the allegations against newly elected Board… Read More

Scott Frank after being appointed as the new interim Nelsonville City Manager

Nelsonville Appoints Interim City Manager

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NELSONVILLE, Ohio — Nelsonville City Council appointed an interim city manager during a special meeting Tuesday night. Scott Frank was selected by council members out of six candidates nominated for the position. “It’s exciting,” Frank said. “I like the challenge. So many diverse departments. I think it’s going to be a lot of fun learning what… Read More

Nature ~ Nurtures: Mother & Twin Daughters Overflow with Talent Exhibit Opening


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Nature~Nurture: Mother & Twin Daughters Overflow with Talent. June 28, 2019, 6-9 pm:  Opening Night: Nature ~ Nurture.  Talent really can be inherited.   Terry Fortkamp is a gifted artist.  And her daughters have taken up the mantle. Terry will present new acrylic scenes from nature, flowering trees and bushes.  Abby Sickles  does portraiture photography.  Hannah… Read More

Gardening 101: The Basics


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Dan Knier, Farm Manager of the Agroecology program at Hocking College, will be walking us through the basics of starting a garden. From composting, to planing your garden, you’ll be ready to dig in after this workshop! Be sure to Register for this workshop by emailing Bailey at gardens@communityfoodinitiatives.org Saturday, April 27th 2:00PM-3:30PM at the… Read More

Hocking College Student Artist Invitational: A Sensory Delight in Multimedia


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A Sensory Delight in Multi Media! Mar. 29th,  2019, 6-9 pm:  Opening Night for HC Artist Invitational.  Multi-media pieces from the hardworking Art Students at Hocking College.  Glass, Ceramics, Painting and Photography.  Come see what this group of talented students are doing.  (This show will run through April  21st.) This is a Nelsonville Final Friday Gallery Walk… Read More

Wild About Winter!


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Join the Hocking College Natural and Historical Interpretation Capstone students for a FREE event at The Market on State Street celebrating the wild and wonderful workings of the winter world. The event will feature fun, educational activities for younger members of the family and will take place at the same time as the Athens Farmers… Read More

Ready, Set, Spring!


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We are thrilled to invite the public to another event hosted by Hocking College! Join the Interp. Capstone students and Nature Center staff for a family fun spring day full of discovery! Activities will include meeting our live animal ambassadors, exploring the forests on discovery hikes hunting spring wildflowers, salamanders & frogs. Also play fun… Read More

Winter Rummage Sale


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First Presbyterian Church in Nelsonville is having its Winter Rummage Sale from 9am to 3pm this Saturday, Feb. 17 at 69 E. Washington Street In Nelsonville. Discover collectibles, furniture, household wares, clothing and so much more.  Check out our baked goods sale.  Make it a day in Nelsonville!

Alicia Carter

Nelsonville Fire Rekindles Memories Of Past Blazes

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“I cried,” is how Judy Sinnott of Nelsonville described her reaction when the Public Square was hit Saturday night by a fire, a blaze that Sinnott said also fueled “a ton of flashbacks.” She and others in the community couldn’t help but recall the 1980 fire that all but destroyed Stuart’s Opera House, located beside… Read More

Nelsonville Gets FEMA Grant for House Demolition

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NELSONVILLE — The city of Nelsonville has been awarded a $186,801 grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to acquire and demolish homes in flood hazard areas. Up to nine homes will be demolished and the land returned to permanent green space. Participation by property owners is voluntary, according to City Code Director Steve Pierson…. Read More

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Local Businesses Vie For Prize in Start It Up Nelsonville

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Five Nelsonville businesses have entered a competition for a $10,000 prize that will help them develop and grow. The prize is being offer by Start it Up Nelsonville, a competition that aims to attract new business to Nelsonville and increase foot traffic to the Public Square. The deadline for businesses to join the competition was… Read More

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Nelsonville Plans History Tours

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People who want to learn more about Nelsonville’s past can take part in history tours that will be held this coming Friday and April 24. Students in the Natural and Historical Interpretation program at Hocking College will tell tour participants about the sites visited, imparting information they have compiled and researched. That research included talking… Read More