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The Athens County Commissioners agreed to donate an easement for construction of the Columbus Road bike path spur being pursued by the city of Athens.

The chief justice of the Ohio Supreme Court says the number of uncontested judicial races in Ohio is one more reason to consider appointing rather than electing judges.

Hocking College has announced that 36 people will lose their jobs due to layoffs in order to help reduce a portion of the $4.4 million deficit the college is currently facing.

Ohio University's Student Senate passed a resolution changing the schedule for the rest of the semester.

The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio is celebrating the success of its shareholder campaign. FAO raised over $3.4 million dollars through its Leadership One Hundred shareholder campaign, exceeding it's goal of $3.2 million.

Authorities say a worker at an eastern Ohio oil well has died in an explosion at the facility.

The rededication of the Staff Sgt. Curtis A. Oakes Veterans Memorial Garden at Hocking College honored not only Oakes, but those who served alongside him. 

Negotiators have been unable to reach agreement on a new labor contract at the Athens County Engineer's Department and the talks are now headed to fact-finding.

Facing a $4.7 million budget deficit for the current fiscal year, Hocking College's Board of Trustees approved a revised balanced budget at Monday's special meeting. 

Republicans in the Ohio House are ready to choose the next House speaker and other caucus leaders for the upcoming legislative session.
A leadership election has been scheduled for Wednesday.