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The Hocking College Experience

Students receive free bicycles as part of new Hocking College Club

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—There’s a lot of expense associated with going to college, but one cost that most people don’t think about is gasoline.

New driving range open at Hocking College

by Tracey A. Maine

Attention All Dawn Patrollers and Weekend Warriors! The Hocking College Driving Range is ready for you!

Lake Snowden's Fishing Options Are Off The Hook

by Tracey A. Maine

Located six miles southwest of Athens and one mile northeast of Albany, Lake Snowden is a 675-acre recreation park that opened to the public in 1972.

College with a Safety Net, CCP Program lets High Schoolers ease into Higher Ed

by Matt Berry

Benjamin Juricki always knew he was going to college, but just not so soon.

CCP Gives High Schoolers Chance to Explore College for Free

by Matt Berry

Cora “Sky” Roman wanted the “full” college experience when she took her first class last year.

Camping Options at Lake Snowden are In-Tents

by Tracey A. Maine

If camping and horseback riding are activities you enjoy, then you should consider visiting Lake Snowden! 

Free census event to be held on Nelsonville's Public Square

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—As census numbers in Nelsonville continue to lag behind the state and county average, Hocking College and Athens County Counts are trying to encourage residents to take part in the 2020 Census.

College Credit Plus Program Saves Students Time and Money

by Tracey A. Maine

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—With the help of Ohio’s College Credit Plus program Marisa McClain was able to transition from high school to college without relocating or accumulating massive amounts of student loan debt.

How to Have a Safe Independence Day

by Tracey A. Maine

Traditionally, the Fourth of July is a day when Americans celebrate by taking part in picnics, parades and crowded fireworks displays. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year, everyone will need to take certain precautions to help prevent the potential spread of this mysterious illness. 

At a crossroads, Andrea Chatfield took a risk to find a promising career

by Tracey A. Maine

When Andrea Chatfield moved to Athens in 2012, the southern Ohio native planned on becoming an organic farmer. Three years later an unexpected shoulder injury led her to a pivotal crossroads in her life.

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