Sasquatch Ancestors and Monkeys Diverged 25 Million Years Ago
Artist's reconstruction of two new Oligocene primates, the ape Rukwapithecus and the Old World monkey Nsungwepithecus .
Wed May 15, 2013
illustration of oldest monkey
The oldest ape and Old World monkey fossils have been unearthed in a riverbed in Tanzania, a new study reports.
Mon May 13, 2013
Des Moines Register Editor Rick Green Appointed To NPPA's Board
Rick Green, the editor and vice president of news for The Des Moines Register, has been appointed to the board of directors of the National Press Photographers Association, NPPA president Mike Borland announced today.
Sun May 12, 2013
Naming a beer isn't that easy
With the growing number of small brewers making craft ales, it is harder to find unique names such as these from Lager Heads Brewing company in Medina, Ohio.
The Columbus Dispatch
'40s house in Athens a model for green renovation
Jeff Wilson and his wife, Sherri James, reduced the energy costs of their 1940s home in Athens, Ohio, by about 85 percent.
Mon May 06, 2013
Hathaway Brown student named 'Presidential Scholar'
They are: Alyssa M. Bryan, of Chagrin Falls, who attends Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights and her most influential teacher is William Adler; Kevin Hwang, of Athens, who attends Athens High School in The Plains; Drake S. Thomas, of Dublin, who attends Dublin Coffman High School; and Sean M. Howe, of Sylvania, who attends Toledo School for the ... (more)
Sun May 05, 2013
Portsmouth Daily Times
OSU Extension Center offers nutrition program
Renee Storey is one of the nutrition educators for the OSU Extension Office who holds the workshops in the program.
Fri May 03, 2013
New superintendent? Schools may know soon
The Warren and Fort Frye Local boards of education will know within a couple of weeks whether they need to start looking for new superintendents.
Wed May 01, 2013
Portsmouth Daily Times
Scioto County student receives OU award
Jordan, a graduate student majoring in nursing, received the Outstanding Graduates in Nursing MSN at a ceremony on April 12 on the university's campus in Athens.
The Crary Art Gallery at 511 Market Street in Warren will hold a three-week exhibition, "Wild Geometry," featuring two photographers.
Nash Named Century President and CEO
Century National Bank's Board of Directors approved the promotion of Patrick L. Nash, current President, to President and Chief Executive Officer effective May 1, 2013.Thomas M. Lyall, who had served as CEO since 1998, will remain Chairman of the Board and William A. Phillips will remain Chairman of the Board's Executive Committee.
Dried toothpaste caused scare at Ohio University
ATHENS, OHIO: Officials say the white powder that led to an evacuation of a building at Ohio University last week was toothpaste used to seal an envelope.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Circleville Floral Hills cleanup slated
The site, off of U.S. 23 north of Circleville, has lacked maintenance like the Floral Hills cemetery south of Chillicothe since issues began emerging with the owners.
James F. Cusick, 72, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend died on April 24, 2013 in Windermere, Florida.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Papadosio: The Shifting of Perspective
Papadosio is the universe expressing itself. Ever-changing, ever-expanding and never a dull moment.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio University offices evacuated after powder found in letter
Ohio University police are working with the FBI and the Ohio National Guard's Weapons of Mass Destruction Team from Rickenbacker Air Force Base to identify a white powder that was mailed in an envelope to the Athens campus, spokeswoman Katharine Quaranta said.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Ohio U. student from Springboro accused in stabbing
A 21-year-old Ohio University student from Springboro has been indicted on a charge of felonious assault stemming from the stabbing of a student outside an uptown Athens bar and restaurant nearly three months ago, the Athens News is reporting.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Assurant Launches Springfield Areaa s Largest Solar Installation
"This project makes sense for our company and the environment, and is a real point of pride for our entire team." More than 6,200 solar panels, installed on rooftops and atop 15 new parking canopies over the prior six months, are now supplying power to Assurant's campus off East Leffel Lane.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Wall Street Journal
It's Time to Bulk Up the Savings Account
The couple made a cross-country move, got married and bought their first home, all in a matter of months.
More than 100 students, some toting signs, marched on the southeastern Ohio campus April 16 to demand a tuition freeze like at other state schools.