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Local union pushes to 'citizen veto' bill

After Senate Bill 5 passed in the Ohio House yesterday, Ohio members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees are looking to petition for a “citizens’ veto.”


Missing woman found dead in septic drain

Missing woman found dead in septic drain

LOGAN — As he exited his car yesterday afternoon, a lone deputy from the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office announced his intentions to the few media members still gathered at Faith Tabernacle Church, a small house of worship just north of Nelsonville.



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Focus of fest safety shifts

A year after photos posted on Facebook led to arrests in the wake of last year’s Palmerfest, Ohio University is incorporating the incriminating potential of social media into this quarter’s fest safety campaign.


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Funding remains high priority for committee

Ohio University’s General Fee Advisory Committee recommendations have not changed much since last year, with the Division of Student Affairs again ranking as the number-one funding priority in front of Intercollegiate Athletics.


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OU discusses reform in face of possible cuts

Three-year degree programs and an increased faculty workload are among some of the higher education reforms Ohio Gov. John Kasich proposed in his new budget, but some Ohio University faculty members doubt the changes will benefit universities.


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Running the climbing wall at Ping

Although the 36-foot climbing wall is limited to the inside of the Charles J. Ping Student Recreation Center, its more than 400 hand and foot holds offer climbers an endless amount of ways to reach the top.


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