Broadcast articles

Counting days until Cabaret

Story by ELLA SAMS – Broadcast Staff The Clarke Central High School drama department will present the musical Cabaret on Feb. 26-28 at 7:30 p.m. in Mell Auditorium. The Clarke Central High School drama department began preparations for the musical Cabaret on Nov. 12 with auditions. Since then, the department has been rehearsing and developing aspects

Democalypse Debunked – Vlog by Katy Mayfield

Story by KATY MAYFIELD – Staff Writer Video by NICHOLAS BYRNE – Broadcast Managing Editor Last November, in the throes of what many political TV pundits now call “Democalypse 2014”, dozens of Democratic Governors, Senators and Representatives were beaten by their Republican opponents, giving Republicans the majority in both the House and Senate. To be fair, it

Pedaling into the community

Story by KARLA DOUGAN – Broadcast Staff Ben’s Bikes is a small shop around the corner from Clarke Central High School dedicated to repairing, refurbishing, and selling bicycles. The shop seeks to support the community by collaborating with local businesses and by promoting a healthier means of transportation in Athens. “What we try and do is

Diving Deeper Into The Sea

Story by ELLA SAMS – Broadcast Staff Since their formation in 2010, Stay the Sea has found its footing in the Athens music scene. Attempting Motion by Stay the Sea By the time they performed at Athfest in July 2014, many locals were familiar with Stay the Sea, a band comprised solely of Clarke Central High

A new role for Fleming

By KENDARIUS STURDIVANT – Broadcast Staff Terrance Fleming, former Cedar Shoals basketball player, recently accepted the JV coach and varsity assistant coach position at Clarke Central High School. Fleming played college basketball all across the country. He played at Cleveland State, Coffeyville in Kansas, and Idaho State during his career. “I love it. Just seeing

Washington Farms: Fall 2014

John Washington is proud of the family atmosphere that Washington Farms provides for its customers. “My wife and I have always worked with kids and we’ve always been real pro-family. We are making memories at Washington Farms. That’s our motto type thing and we want the families to come out and have a good time,”

Identity Denial – Vlog by Rigel Turner

By RIGEL TURNER – Broadcast Staff Telling people that I am bisexual is, at best, an ordeal. I am always met with questions. “Which do you like more?” “What do you think of me?” “Does your girlfriend know?” Less commonly, “Why?” Having you, the core of you, questioned is degrading. As bisexual, I am subjected

Children’s Bedtime Stories ignite an interest in learning

PACKAGED BY ELLA SAMS – Broadcast Staff Every Monday night at 7 p.m. the Athens-Clarke County Library holds Children’s Bedtime Stories in the storyroom. The program uses hands-on activities to engage children and build a foundation in learning. Here children are encouraged to use their different senses to discover the world of literature. “For us (the

Homecoming Pep Rally 2014

By JULIE ALPAUGH – Broadcast Staff In anticipation of homecoming game on Friday, students and the community gather in the Billy Henderson Stadium for a pep rally Wednesday Sept. 17. The Pep Rally began with a song from the band while cheerleaders cheered along on the field. Then the homecoming court was announced followed by

Talks from the Box- UGA Offense v. Defense

By MAKAYLA RICHARDS – Web Staff Football will be back soon and here to debate if UGA’s is up for the challenge is Sports editor Chad Rhym and guest writer Kevin Mobley. Sam Thompson also offers commentary on weekly current events and moderates an ODTV debate about the UGA Offense V. Defense. More from Makayla Richards