Choose Your News
The program, to be used by the municipal and common pleas courts, is funded primarily through grants. [Read More]
Patty CoutsKindergarten teacher at Port Washington Elementary/Indian Valley Local SchoolsNumber of years: I have been teaching for 26 years. I was a substitute teacher for... [Read More]
T-R photographer Jim Cummings snapped this photo of a pair of cardinals on a wintry day. The Tuscarawas Valley had a little break from the... [Read More]
For months now, I have been inundated with mail addressed to a woman with the same last name as me, but a different first name,... [Read More]
Snow will move in overnight Sunday to impact Monday morning commute. Clear skies for the remainder o the week with cold temperatures. [Read More]
With the contest on the line, Alex Modro stepped forward to spell his clinching word. [Read More]
The Practical Nursing Program at Hocking College could receive a change in program status from the State Board of Nursing, which may involve a downgrade... [Read More]
It was nearly 50 years ago when everyone in Memphis was looking for a white man, dressed in white, driving a white car. Earlier that... [Read More]
The Trump administration has been in place for a year now. Here is a review of its environmental policies. [Read More]
Editor's Note: This story is the second in a two-part series on how the policies of President Donald Trump's administrations have affected Athens County and... [Read More]
Garry Hunter has spent the past 21 years working as the city of Nelsonville's attorney and also served as Athens' law director for 30 years,... [Read More]
Is anyone fully abled? Even the young athlete who can do everything physically can have intellectual and emotional weaknesses. The most limited paraplegic can be... [Read More]
Native to North America, this oddly-named knobby tuber, Jerusalem artichoke, is often compared to potatoes when cooked, but compared to a water chestnut when consumed... [Read More]
Among the many innovations happening in biomedical research today, one of the most exciting is our ability to study "organs-in-a-dish". Called organoids, these three-dimensional structures... [Read More]
One blue surgical drape at a time, the patient disappeared, until all that showed was a triangle of her shaved scalp."Ten seconds of quiet in... [Read More]
They clean federal office buildings in Washington and nurse older people in Boston. They are rebuilding hurricane-wrecked Houston. And working on the Atlanta Falcons' new... [Read More]
I respond to the Tuesday Dispatch article "Regulators reject Trump administration proposal to support coal, nuclear." Coal is on a struggling last leg, and the... [Read More]
Every day seems to bring a new outrageous action or statement by our president. His comments on Thursday about various "s***hole" nations simply follow in... [Read More]
The Tuesday op-ed column "Gov. Kasich has year to rescue his legacy" by Matt Mayer asserted that Gov. John Kasich's failure to turn Ohio into... [Read More]
I respond to the Wednesday cartoon by Dispatch Editorial Cartoonist Nate Beeler, which showed gubernatorial hopeful Dennis Kucinich in a spaceship. If Kucinich is a... [Read More]