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Hocking Voice has been reporting critical news in the Hocking Valley since 1997
Updated April 25, 2018 at 8:44 a.m. (Eastern Time, United States)
April 25, 2018: Prosecutor drops telecommunication charges against Chad Kister: media fails to cover the story.
April 19, 2018: Bessemer Hostel rain gauge reads another .5 inch. Landslide reported in Athens County. Landslides cost $6 million in February. Ponds could help reduce both flooding and landslides.
April 18, 2018: Second rape reported at Ohio University in 2 days! If OU police would stop arresting people for marijuana and pipes, they would have more resources to focus on stopping rape and other violent crimes.
April 17, 2018: Ohio University reports rape, robbery at Ohio University over the weekend.
A brick wall was blown to pieces in an explosion on West Union Street, Athens Sunday, April 15. The explosion was likely caused by a gas leak, and the city is investigating. No criminal activity is expected. One man in his early 20s was taken to Obleness Memorial Hospital with severe burns, and part of the building collapsed. The Athens City Police did not comment, and referred Chad Kister to the Athens City Fire Department. The Athens Fire Department went to voicemail.
Flooding anticipated in the Hocking Valley: precipitation comes from Cuba to Ohio!
Bessemer Hostel rain gauge reads 2 inches
AEP Employee Ryan Caywood Assaults environmental author Chad Kister, then returns to Kister’s property. Sheriffs trump up bogus charges. Kister’s evidence was denied, and he will appeal. The sheriffs committed perjury, and Judge Todd Grace refused to allow Kister to talk about brain implants, and other critical issues.
News Media fails to cover the truth, like Brain Implants (see brainimplant.info) and critics of media advertisers and police (see repealthepatriotact.org and sacredspacechurch.net.) Hocking Voice will become the news leader for the Hocking Valley, and also support news by WAIS and WSEO radio.
Brain Implants are torture, terrorism, 24-
Because of author Chad Kister’s criticism of how the Athens Messenger and Athens News are now owned by the same company, they have massively mistreated him, requiring the need for this site.
Chad Kister is a graduate of the Ohio University Scripps School of Journalism, the author of 4 books, the victim of massive injustice in Athens County, and also has his Masters Degree in Environmental Science.