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Home » Articles »   By David DeWitt
Sunday, August 24,2014
Campus NEWS

Trustees to review proposed construction projects

By David DeWitt
Ohio University has multiple construction projects it plans to present to the Board of Trustees this week for possible approval, including a $12 million renovation to Boyd Dining Hall on West Green.
Sunday, August 24,2014
Sports NEWS

Man pleads not guilty in uptown sexual battery case

By David DeWitt
A man charged for sexual battery in an uptown sex incident pleaded not guilty last week when he was arraigned in Athens County Common Pleas Court.
Sunday, August 24,2014
Local NEWS

Chief Pyle addresses militarization of police issue

By David DeWitt
As clashes between police and citizens have dominated news reporting and images in recent weeks, most notably in Ferguson, Missouri, a debate has exploded about the so-called militarization of police, and what it means for communities.
Sunday, August 24,2014
Campus NEWS

Suspended prof files motion to suppress alleged child porn evidence

By David DeWitt
A suspended Ohio University business professor has filed to suppress evidence against him in a child pornography case, claiming that a search warrant violated his Fourth Amendment rights.
Wednesday, August 20,2014
Local NEWS

If you were foolhardy enough to go home for the summer, here’s what you missed in A-town

By David DeWitt
As students flood back into Athens, the boozy, lazy, hazy days of summer have come to an end for you dear college folk, and we know you're ready to buckle down for 15 weeks of monkish dedication to your studies.
Wednesday, August 20,2014
Local NEWS

Elected sheriff’s former assistant a "subject" in investigation

Prosecutor and interim sheriff decline to release details

By David DeWitt
Suspended Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly's former administrative assistant, Teresa Kirkendall, resigned from her employment at the Sheriff's Office in a letter on Aug. 7.
Wednesday, August 20,2014
Local NEWS

Electric aggregation loosens rules for opt-out alternative

By David DeWitt
The Southeast Ohio Public Energy Council overseeing electricity aggregation in the city of Athens and Athens County has opened up the opt-out period to any time.
Wednesday, August 20,2014
Local NEWS

Athens and Meigs counties lead state in seized pot plants

By David DeWitt
Law enforcement authorities in Ohio have seized 12,341 marijuana plants in eradication efforts as of Aug. 14, with Athens and neighboring Meigs counties leading the state in numbers of plants seized.
Sunday, August 17,2014
Local NEWS

Protest dismissed, but no drilling in Wayne anyway

By David DeWitt
The U.S. Department of the Interior has dismissed a protest against oil and gas drilling in the Wayne National Forrest but also has decided against allowing any such drilling.
Sunday, August 17,2014
Local NEWS

County Commissioners authorize EMS to hire another paramedic

By David DeWitt
Struggling to fill out work schedules while reducing overtime costs, Athens County EMS has been approved by the county Commissioners to hire a new full-time paramedic.
 
 
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