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April 22nd, 2014

Softball: ‘Hutch’ has been clutch for Bobcats this year

She is generally tight-lipped during interviews and doesn’t say many words, but Casie Hutchinson’s play on the diamond does all the talking.

Body found in Hocking River identified as missing 21-year old Sam Wiater

The body found Monday in the Hocking River was identified as Sam Wiater, the Athens man whose mother had reported him missing almost six weeks ago, Athens Police Chief Tom Pyle said.

Sheriff releases details on Athens High School bomb threat

Student who located threats in bathroom "made the notes for a prank and thought it would be funny"

April 21st

Body found in Hocking River

The unknown body, the second discovered in the last two weeks, was discovered and removed Monday.

An unidentified body was recovered from the Hocking River on Monday afternoon.

Debilitating debt: Families of children with disabilities in limbo while county board evaluates budget

Jason and Heather Jolley appreciate the good days, and there’s been more of them since they moved to Athens from North Carolina last year.

Student suspect identified in false AHS bomb threat

A suspect has been identified for falsely posing a bomb threat found in Athens High School.

Winners chosen at innovation challenge

More than $20,000 was awarded to winners of the Scripps Innovation Challenge.

Twitter was at the center of the Scripps Innovation Challenge on Monday, as the winning team demonstrated how to monetize a popular account on the social network.

Professor to visit Italy for conducting conference

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Daniel Hall was chosen in a tight competition to study and perform during an intensive conducting workshop.

Garden program promoted by kids

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A food organization is showing students the ins and outs and benefits of gardening.

Plans for grants, improvement

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