MONDAY, JAN. 22
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
BROOKFIELD, Wis. — Fiserv, Inc., a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, announced today that it will enable The Home Savings and Loan Company of Kenton, Ohio, (HSLC) to provide a full range of customer-centric financial services, furthering the institution’s transformation from a mortgage-based thrift to a growing full-service commercial bank.
THURSDAY, JAN. 18
Upper Scioto Valley Ambulance District – 7 p.m., Alger squad house
THURSDAY, JAN. 18
Hardin Soil and Water Conservation District Board – 7:30 a.m., district office, 12751 Ohio 309, west of Kenton
Mark Rush was elected president of the Kenton Board of Education during its reorganizational meeting Monday night.
Mark Watkins was elected vice president.
ALGER — The water tower in Alger will be given a full-inspection before the village moves forward with replacing it.
The board of public affairs voted Monday night to contract with Pittsburgh Tank to inspect the tower inside and out.
TUESDAY, JAN. 16
Ada council – 6:30 p.m., council chambers
MONDAY, JAN. 15
Kenton Board of Education – 7 p.m., board of education office; reorganizational meeting followed by regular monthly meeting
ADA – The Ohio Northern University HealthWise Pharmacy recently opened in the Robertson-Evans Pharmacy Building at ONU, located at 511 W. Lincoln Ave., Ada.
The pharmacy, which is located next to the Pierstorf Family Pharmacy Museum, is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
ADA — Mark Southward and Amanda Morrison, co-owners of Streamline Insurance Solutions of Ada, have been notified that their agency has been selected to be members of the Presidents Club of Senior Marketing Company, located in Omaha, Neb.
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Last fall, Blaze Keim was playing in his Kenton yard, getting mud in his long, blond hair and feeling like a kid.
Those opportunities have been rare in his short life.
UPPER SANDUSKY — For most of her life, Tesla Billenstein has loved music.
“Music is my backbone,” she said. “I don’t go a day without listening to music.”
As Billenstein sang along with her favorite recording artists, she envisioned herself sharing her music with the public.
Few high school graduates are prouder of their diploma than Julie Sparks.
The Kenton resident’s quest to earn the honor began 16 years ago after she walked out of the doors at Kenton High School, claiming she was bullied by the students and staff.