It used to be that cannabis was legal in Ohio. Here
and everywhere in the U.S, you could walk into a drug store and buy the
processed plant to treat what ailed you.
The Athens Chinese Culture Center (ACCC) opened its doors to the community last October, and has now extended its reach with a summer camp for children of all skill levels to learn how to speak Chinese while being exposed to Chinese culture.
Ohio University is slated to handle a variety of
capital projects in its 2014 fiscal year including the construction of a new
$70 million replacement power plant.
With Ohio University making plans to resurrect a long-mothballed advisory committee for the Ridges, changes have been included in the state's biennial budget to swing control of the committee from the Board of Trustees to the university president.
In the midst of a state criminal investigation of alleged illegal records destruction by Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly, other elected officials in the county are working to update their records-retention policies, and make sure they conform to recommended state guidelines.
Ohio University Athletics issued its annual report last week trumpeting several records set in the 2012-13 season.
Edward Snowden revealed himself this week as the whistleblower responsible for perhaps the most significant release of secret government documents in U.S. history.
Anyone who has been a reporter for any length of time will remember using what in the newsroom used to be called "the cross-reference directory" but which formally was "R.L. Polk's City Directory."
Attorneys for Ohio University have argued that a federal judge should throw out a former student's request for an injunction against OU because he has now graduated, making his request moot.
Later this month, Alex Stuckey will receive an IRE award for her story "Drug Under the Rug," an investigation into the Athens County Ohio law enforcement agencies' failure to report property that was seized and forfeited after drug busts. Her four-month investigation of the missing reports occurred while she was a student reporter for The Post at Ohio University.
Now that the White House has acknowledged that the Assad regime in Syria did use sarin gas on several occasions in March, killing 100-150 people, a couple of questions are immediately obvious. What will Obama's next step be? What role should the United States play in this increasingly bloody conflict?
In accordance with a plea bargain he took earlier this year, a 22-year-old Glouster man on Wednesday was sentenced to four years in prison for the beating death of a Buchtel man in May 2012, and the robbing of an Athens man more than a year earlier.
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