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Jill Thompson, the Athens County Auditor, is the first witness of the day for the ongoing State v. Patrick Kelly trial in the Athens County Pleas Court, at 1 S. Court St., in Athens, OH, on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. 

PostProduction: Pat Kelly trial, trash tickets, ISU controversy and OUSAP funding grab week's headlines

Top news of the third week of Spring Semester was the start of suspended Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly's Criminal trial. Kelly was indicted last year on 25 charges.

In addition, how Ohio University Survivor Advocacy Program will be funded after October was a major point of discussion on campus this past week, as well as the evolving controversy involving the president of the International Student Union, Phally Chroy, who walked out of the most recent meeting Monday after more members asked for his impeachment.

On the enterprise front, The Post broke down which streets in Athens receive the most tickets for trash violations, and Post Modern took an in-depth look into birth control.

Read the stories here:

Pat Kelly Trial

Editorial: Students should follow the Kelly case as it develops

Jury selection marks day one of Pat Kelly Trial

Editorial: Difficult to pick jurors for high-profile Kelly case

Final jury confirmed on day two of Pat Kelly trial

First day of witness testimony in Pat Kelly trial surrounds document destruction

Kelly confident after former employees testify during day four of trial

From The Editor's Desk: Tweeting potential jurors’ names an ethical, not legal, question

Suspended Sheriff fined $500 for violating gag order

OUSAP Funding

Students worry as $270,000 grant for OU's Survivor Advocacy Program sets to expire this year

South Green RAs offered jobs back

RAs rehired after being fired for an alleged drinking incident

ISU controversy

International Student Union president walks out of meeting

The year in trash

City fines Mill, Congress, State, High and Lancaster residents thousands for trash

Students pay more than $1,000 in trash fines

Post Modern

In Control

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