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April 17th, 2014

From the editor's desk: This week: Election, Aiding Athens series and a faulty website

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Waddup, compatriots?

Week 14 is over. One week remains. Five more newspapers. It’s the homestretch, if you can believe it.

Court Street to go international on Saturday

Court Street will become host to dozens of flags, 27 booths and hundreds of Ohio University students and Athens residents this Saturday for the International Street Fair.

Limited options will not damper Record Store Day

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Appalachian history preserved

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Ohio’s Hill Country Heritage Area is an organization that celebrates and recognizes the historical depth of Southeast Ohio.

Tom O’Grady’s knowledge and love of Ohio started on the back roads from Cleveland to Athens.

Bobcats confident heading into four-game trip

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Ohio believes it can keep its momentum after sweeping Toledo and Bowling Green.

After its four-game sweep of Toledo and Bowling Green this past weekend, Ohio has jumped out to a commanding lead in the Mid-American Conference East Division.

Counterfeiter still at large

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Athens Police continue investigation into the fraudulent bills passed through Pigskin.

Though Athens Police have a photo of a suspect whom they say made counterfeit bills and passed them at an uptown bar, authorities said they have no new updates for the public on the case.

Green & White Review: April 17

Post Pop: Summer movie preview

Letter: GSS president has advice for winning senators

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I am in a weird place this spring because for the first time in five years, I am not running a GSS or Student Senate campaign.

Between the Lines: 'Post' sports writer says goodbye to his beats

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When you are about to enter a new phase in your life, it’s funny how past moments and memories come flooding back as if they had happened yesterday.

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