From the Sunday, Aug. 18, 1974 edition of The Athens Messenger:
A training seminar at Ohio University taught local members of law enforcement and others involved with crime victims about the Marsy's Law.
While Tristin Boring never got to show and sell his prize-winning steer, he was recently welcomed home with a trail of tractors to grace his return back to the Boring Brothers Farm from his 10-week stay in the hospital.
As part of a multi-day tour across Southern Ohio, Sen. Rob Portman visited two Athens County companies Thursday to discuss with local business owners how best the federal government can support their ventures and aid in workforce development in the area.
LOGAN — Rocky Brands is undergoing a 94,000-square-foot expansion of its Hocking County distribution center near Logan, with a groundbreaking scheduled for 10 a.m. this coming Monday.
A former Glouster priest who pled guilty last November to three felony counts of sexual battery involving an underage girl is dropping his appeal of the case.
James Pascol, who authorities say helped secretly bury the body of a homicide victim last year, will apparently try to show better behavior in prison before applying again for early release.
In a court document filed Tuesday, the Carthage Twp. trustees deny the township still owes money for services provided by the Coolville Volunteer Fire Department.
Although candidates have already thrown their hats in the ring for the November election, a new member was interviewed and appointed to the Nelsonville City Council at the Monday night meeting.
The estimated construction cost of the Route 50W sanitary sewer project has risen by nearly $6 million, prompting the Athens County Commissioners to seek additional federal funding for the project.
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- Business turnover the norm on Court Street
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