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Gas savings: The cheapest station in Wellston

(WELLSTON, OH) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Wellston area offering savings of $0.00 per gallon. On Saturday the cheapest gallon of unleaded regular in the area was at BP at 5 N Pennsylvania Ave. Regular there was listed at $3.15 per gallon Wednesday, compared to $3.15 at BP at 5 N Pennsylvania Ave, which GasBuddy clocked as the most expensive station in the area.
Logan, OHLogan Daily News

Farmers market returning to the Hocking Hills

LOGAN — Worthington Park is once again serving its original purpose: a farmers market. The new Hocking County Farmers Market will make its debut on Market Street at Worthington Park this Saturday morning. The market was created just this year in April by couple Kasey and Seth Warthman. It is a revival of sorts of past farmers markets which have come and gone in recent Hocking County history, organizer and vendor Stacy Sater of Wildcat Hollow Lavender told The Logan Daily News.
Chauncey, OHWOUB

Newly Opened Chauncey Cafe Hoping To Benefit From Baileys Trail System

CHAUNCEY, Ohio (WOUB) — On one end of the main street that runs through the village of Chauncey is a trailhead for the newly developed Baileys Trail System. The system currently has 26 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking and will have 88 total miles when completed. Baileys was developed with the hope of bringing in tourists who will spend money and stimulate the economy of Athens County.
Glouster, OHAthens Messenger

Glouster man sentenced to nearly five years in prison on multiple cases

A Glouster man was sentenced to nearly five years in prison in Athens County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday related to a string of theft, drug possession and burglary charges. Eli Mayles, 32, of Glouster, pleaded guilty to theft, a fifth-degree felony, burglary, a third-degree felony, and possession of heroin,...
Nelsonville, OHLogan Daily News

New scholarship established at Hocking College in beloved brewer’s memory

NELSONVILLE – One deserving student will earn a two-year full-tuition scholarship in the memory of a beloved Ohio brewer. After Patrick Gangwer died in 2019, his friends and family wanted to create a way to honor his memory and his passion for brewing. To do that, they’ve developed the Patrick Gangwer Brewing Scholarship with the Hocking College Foundation, according to a news release from the college.
Ohio Statepeakofohio.com

Ohio Hi-Point announces Superintendent’s List, Honor Roll

The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center recently announced their Superintendent’s List and Honor Roll for the fourth nine weeks. To be eligible for the Superintendent’s List students must receive all A’s, while Honor Roll students must receive letter grades of B or better. Superintendent’s List recipients:. Bellefontaine High School. Toby Evans,...
Athens, OHLima News

Ohio University recognizes graduates

ATHENS, OH. — Several local students recently received degrees from Ohio University. Arianna Arabpour of Lima, OH, graduated with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in English - Creative Writing from the College of Arts and Sciences at Ohio University. Connor Berelsman of Wapakoneta, OH, graduated with a Bachelor of Science...
Athens, OHWOUB

Athens City Council Starts Process To Allow Open Containers Outside

ATHENS, Ohio — Athens City Council on Monday had a first reading on a DORA, or designated outdoor refreshment area, ordinance. This area would allow anyone over 21 to take their alcoholic beverage outside of the bar and onto sidewalks to enjoy other non-drinking establishments in the uptown Athens area or just enjoy a beer in the summer sunshine on a bench.
Parkersburg, WVParkersburg News & Sentinel

The Clarks to perform Thursday at Parkersburg park

PARKERSBURG — The Clarks are the featured performers in the Artsbridge Summer Music Concert 7 p.m. Thursday at the band shell at City Park. Lawn chairs are recommended for the concert sponsored by Leavitt Funeral Homes and Crematory. The Clarks are among the longer-lived family harmony groups in Ohio where...
Waterford, OHParkersburg News & Sentinel

Waterford’s Cara Taylor, Belpre’s Kaitlen Bush named All-Ohio

WATERFORD — Cara Taylor put up some crazy numbers on the softball diamond this spring. The Waterford junior set three school single-season records — batting average (.660), runs-batted-in (58) and stolen bases (29) — and led the Wildcats to 20 wins for just the fourth team in school history. For her efforts, Taylor was named first team All-Ohio. Her teammate, Riley Schweikert, was an honorable mention pick, while Belpre’s Kaitlen Bush was selected to the second team.