Archive - Feb 4, 2011

Two Athens health facilities cater to mentally disabled

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Two Athens-area facilities offer many options for locals with mental health disorders.

Athens is home to two mental health facilities — Tri-County Mental Health and Counseling Services and the Appalachian Behavioral Healthcare, a state mental hospital, that offers care for people with mental health disorders, said Earl Cecil, executive director of the 317 Board, a community based system providing treatment for addictions and mental health services.

“Opportunities (in Athens) are fairly robust for a rural county,” Cecil said.

BREAKING: OU suspends Beta Theta Pi for one year

Ohio University has handed a one year suspension to its oldest fraternity after chapter leaders admitted to alcohol related violations.

BREAKING: OU suspends Beta Theta Pi for one year

Ohio University has handed a one year suspension to its oldest fraternity after chapter leaders admitted to alcohol related violations.

Ping to offer free food, prizes during Sunday's Super Bowl

Those not wanting to suffer the long wait time and cost of delivery food on Super Bowl Sunday can head to Ping Recreation Center for free food and prizes.

Ping Center will host a Super Bowl par

Ping to offer free food, prizes during Sunday's Super Bowl

Those not wanting to suffer the long wait time and cost of delivery food on Super Bowl Sunday can head to Ping Recreation Center for free food and prizes.

Ping Center will host a Super Bowl par

Honeycutters to 'jam' in backstage performance

The Honeycutters will bring their down-home folk style to Athens tomorrow in a special backstage performance at Stuart's Opera House.

The band will play on a smaller stage set up in the back of

Honeycutters to 'jam' in backstage performance

The Honeycutters will bring their down-home folk style to Athens tomorrow in a special backstage performance at Stuart's Opera House.

The band will play on a smaller stage set up in the back of

Blood, beats unite rapping relatives

For one Ohio University student, a microphone is an outlet for expression and a key to a dream.

Jonathan J-Doze Udeozor, a freshman studying education, uses the microphone to tell his story via

Blood, beats unite rapping relatives

For one Ohio University student, a microphone is an outlet for expression and a key to a dream.

Jonathan J-Doze Udeozor, a freshman studying education, uses the microphone to tell his story via

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