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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