The Nelsonville American Legion Post 229 will be hosting a breakfast on Saturday, April 4 from 8-10 a.m. Breakfast will consist of pancakes, sausage links and scrambled eggs. No inside dining. Call 740-753-9084 for carry out or in town delivery.

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Have the cutest furry (or feathery, or scaly) friend? Prove it! Enter your favorite pet in the “Leader of the Pack” photo contest for a chance to show off your best animal pal.

With the stay-at-home order firmly in place, there is plenty of time to discover or revisit your favorite movie or TV shows. Our go-to picks for binge watching are listed below.

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NAMI Athens will hold Family Support Group again this week, on Thursday, April 2 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. Email for the link to join or text/call 740-249-9249. The group is a confidential support group for adult family members, friends and significant others of individuals…

Kayle Hudnall and Robbie Minthorne Sr. welcomed baby boy Robbie Andrew Minthorne Jr. to the world on March 17, 2020 at O’Bleness Hospital. Excited big sister to Robbie is 6-year-old Nichole Kay Minthorne. Grandparents are Nicholass and Kathy McPherson, and Harry and Arleen Minthorne

GLOUSTER – Members of the Glouster Project are a group of individuals, mostly seniors, who enjoy caring for and maintaining the Glouster Depot. They were instrumental in revitalizing the town clock and creating the square’s mini garden.

These resources below provide extra help for teaching your students social studies, literature, English, art, civil studies and more. They can be used to help compliment the work given by the local schools.

Looking for resources to help your students in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math? Check out the resources below.

At this point, we all know that we need to be washing our hands for at least 20 seconds. Many people sing a song to track how long they wash. Though it is suggested, we are sick of singing Happy Birthday, so here are our top songs to sing while washing your hands.

The education of millions of students around the world has been changed by the coronavirus pandemic. Students are now doing at-home learning. Parents are now teachers, while actual teachers are trying their best to educate from a distance.

The Dairy Barn Arts Center invites the community to participate in a large group quilting project during the coronavirus quarantine. Artists, families, and community members alike are invited to create and send in quilt squares (or hand deliver once we open our doors again) that reflect your…

The multipurpose senior center in Athens operated by United Seniors has closed. All on-site programs and services are canceled, and will remain canceled until the Health Department determines that it is safe for persons 60 or older to return to group settings.

It's been a rough lately, and officials are saying that we are still a while out from the peak of the coronavirus outbreak. Self-quarantine and social-distancing are not just buzz-words of the time, they are serious things we all need to be doing. But a quarantine doesn't have to be boring. …

Proud parents Alicia McDonald and Chris Thompson, of Trimble, welcomed daughter, Chrisalynn Marie Lorene Thompson on March 9, 2020, at O'Bleness Hospital. Excited older siblings to Chrisalynn are Douglas, 11, Dalton, 13, Dominic, 11, Wyatt, 5. Grandmother is Pamela L. Chesser of Glouster. 

The Barnyard Bunch 4-H Club met on March 1. At the meeting, the club conducted an installation ceremony for the 2020 club officers. The club will be selling pepperoni rollers to raise funds for our club activities this year. They are collecting lids for a bench that will be placed at the fai…