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  • RYAN M.L. YOUNG/THISWEEKNEWS
    Two of Ill Mannered Brewing Co.'s four co-owners, Greg Dannemiller (left) and Tom Ayers, show off the equipment at their brewery Aug. 25. The business opens its doors Friday, Sept. 4.

    Folks 'excited' for Powell's first brewery

    Four central Ohio beer enthusiasts are ready to fill a void in the craft brewery market, along with a lot of growlers and pint glasses.
  • JOSHUA A. BICKEL/THISWEEKNEWS
    Harlen Lines, 8, center, and Leslie Pierre, 7, right, test the strength of their group's straw-and-tape tower during a session at the I.C.E. (imagine, create, engineer) Lab on Friday, Aug. 28, at Herbert Mills STEM Elementary School in Reynoldsburg.

    Lab students work to I.C.E. tasks

    Second-graders at Herbert Mills STEM Elementary School were civil engineers for a day last Friday at the I.C.E. Lab, designing "tennis ball towers" using only 20 drinking straws, 40 inches of masking tape, scissors, a tape measure and one tennis ball.
  • Weather where you live

    What's up, woolly bear?

    The debate over the winter forecast continues. The National Weather Service is warning of a powerful El Nino which may mean above average temperatures and near average snowfall. The Old Farmer's Almanac has a dire prediction for frigid temperatures and a "slew" of snow.
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    A line forms at the Franklin County Board of Elections last October.

    Election 2015 | Fall Ballot

    See what races and issues will be on the Nov. 3 ballot.
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Sports

  • Week 2 Recap

    Kyle Robertson | The Columbus Dispatch
    Olentangy's Derrick Wyche (right) is taken down by Olentangy Liberty's Brendon White after making a catch during the Patriots' 24-21 win Sept. 4.

    Game of the Week: Olentangy Liberty 24, Olentangy 21

    Earlier this week, Olentangy High School quarterback Deeb Haber compared his team’s rivalry with sister school Olentangy Liberty to the rivalry between Ohio State and Michigan.
  • Slideshow: Reigning Thunder's first game

    Reigning Sports Academy Thunder's first varsity game. Read the full story in the Sports section inside the Sept. 10 edition of ThisWeek.
  • DeSales Roundup

    LORRIE CECIL/THISWEEKSPORTS
    Senior Creighton Barrett, a two-time regional qualifier, returns to lead the DeSales boys cross country team.

    Cross country coach ecstatic about team

    First-year DeSales High School cross country coach Ben McGinnis used to keep an eye on what the Stallions did during the fall, but it was more through second-hand information than being hands-on.
  • Watkins Memorial Roundup

    CHRIS PARKER/THISWEEKSPORTS
    Junior Raechal Schoenberger is among the top returnees for the Watkins Memorial girls cross country team and seventh-year coach John Jarvis.

    Runners focusing on league success

    The Watkins Memorial High School boys and girls cross country teams again are seeking to make a deep run into the postseason.
Week 2 Recap

Hilliard Darby 15, Hilliard Davidson 10

Nick Powers rushed for 169 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries to lead the Hilliard Darby High School football team to a 15-10 comeback victory over visiting Hilliard Davidson on Sept. 4.
Week 2 Recap

Westerville Central 41, New Albany 37

It was a tale of two halves at Westerville Central High School on Sept. 4.
Marysville Roundup

Dedication is natural for Romine

Whether it was gymnastics as a child or show choir in high school, Marysville senior Emma Romine always has been dedicated to perfecting her craft.
Football

Warhawks lose Frierson to ACL injury

Senior wide receiver Cedric Frierson, who helped the Westerville Central High School football team reach a Division I, Region 1 semifinal last year, has been lost for the season after suffering an ACL injury to his right knee.
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Arts.Food.Fun

Eddie Adams exhibition

Vietnam vet set to give multi-media performance Sept. 11

A performance from a Vietnam veteran will help close the Eddie Adams exhibition at the Dublin Arts Council.
All Dublin Acting Company

Students from 3 high schools take on Austen classic

The All Dublin Acting Company will perform Jon Jory's adaptation of Pride and Prejudice at 7 p.m. tonight through Saturday, Sept 3-5, at Jerome High School, 8300 Hyland-Croy Road, and Sept. 10-12 at Coffman High School, 6780 Coffman Road.
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