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Not flying the 'Coop:' Mt. Gilead coach puts down roots

MOUNT GILEAD – Tom Cooper became the longest-tenured and winningest coach in Mount Gilead boys basketball history this season — even though it meant taking a weird and circuitous route to get there. 1,142 more words

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Nuisance Party law puts raucous parties to bed early

Emily Bohatch | Asst. Local Editor

Fest parties have been getting shut down far earlier this season, due to strict enforcement of Athens’ Nuisance Party Ordinance. 518 more words

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Not flying the 'Coop:' Mt. Gilead coach puts down roots

MOUNT GILEAD – Tom Cooper became the longest-tenured and winningest coach in Mount Gilead boys basketball history this season — even though it meant taking a weird and circuitous route to get there. 1,142 more words

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Ohio Represented in CSCHL Awards

By: Alex Utano

The Central States Colligate Hockey League has released its list of league award winners for the 2014-2015 American Colligate Hockey Association season and there are plenty of names included that dawned the green and white sweaters this year. 333 more words

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Moeller 2016 QB Thomas MacVittie verbally commits to Pittsburgh

Moeller 2016 quarterback Thomas MacVittie verbally committed to Pittsburgh this morning and says he felt very comfortable with the Panthers’ program on his visit last weekend. 210 more words

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OU Women's Basketball Team Makes the Big Dance

The Women’s Center would like to extend a special “Congratulations” to the Ohio Women’s basketball team (27-4) for winning its first MAC Tournament championship since 1986 AND advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1995! 125 more words

Senate Pres. Marzec, other members found guilty following tuition protest

Emily Bohatch | Asst. Local Editor

Ohio University Student Senate President Megan Marzec and two other senate members were found guilty of persistent disorderly conduct Monday in the Athens County Municipal Court. 572 more words

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