Increasing awareness

A crowd estimated at more than 100 took to the streets of Kenton on Sunday afternoon to increase awareness of suicide.

Lineman for a day at Mid-Ohio celebration

Gavin Luikart, 7, of LaRue, put on a hardhat, work shirt and a tool belt to get an idea what the linemen who restore power on the Mid-Ohio lines exper...

Ben Logan Homecoming

Benjamin Logan High School’s Homecoming will take place Friday at the football field. The king and queen will be crowned before the game, with the par...

Wildcats do their job for homecoming — earn a big victory

The Kenton Wildcats did their job on Friday night. With it being homecoming, Wildcat coach Brent Fackler told his players their main job was to get th...

Sloan, Rams grab dominant win over Tigers

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley’s Austin Sloan found every seam there was to find in Friday night’s Northwest Central Conference contest against Waynes...

Suicide Awareness Walk hopes to open discussion

Suicide is a subject seldom discussed openly, but a group of professionals and volunteers is hoping to change that. Hardin County’s first Suicide Awar...

Sports

Key run in Game 1 helps Polar Bears pull away from Kenton

With the score tied 15-15 in the first game and emotions appearing to be high on both sides, Saturday’s volleyball...

Raiders win volleyball tourney

LaRUE — The Ben Logan varsity volleyball team won all three of its matches to win the 2016 Elgin Volleyball Classic...

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