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Biology/pre-med major Julie Simmons ‘fell in love with education’

Biology/pre-med major Julie Simmons ‘fell in love with education’

If not for following her husband’s career to Florida years ago, Hardin Central Elementary School Principal Julie Simmons would not be where she is today or even be in the…

Gopher groundbreaking

Gopher groundbreaking

The Ridgemont community came out in support at the ballot box two years ago for the construction of a new preK-12 school building and came out in support Sunday at…

Selling Alger building

Selling Alger building

A former classroom at the Alger school was filled with spectators Saturday morning as two bidders faced off to purchase the building during an auction. The Upper Scioto Valley Board…

Ridgemont ready to begin work on new building

Ridgemont ready to begin work on new building

RIDGEWAY — Adena Corp. of Mansfield was awarded the general contract to construct Ridgemont’s preK-12 school building during a special school board meeting Friday afternoon. The contract includes a base…

Off to Florida

Off to Florida

Halleigh Jones prepares to climb in a limo as driver Dane Stose holds the door. Jones, 4, is headed to Port Columbus, where she was to travel with her mother,…

March teens honored by Kenton Elks

March teens honored by Kenton Elks

The Kenton Elks honored Teenagers of the Month for March at a luncheon Thursday at the lodge. They are as follows: Ada Hannah Jo Price is a senior at Ada…

Wind farm among issues at county candidate forum

Wind farm among issues at county candidate forum

The two Republican candidates for the Hardin County commissioner’s seat presented their views to the public on a variety of local issues from wind energy to health insurance Thursday evening.…

USV to break ties with Alger building at auction

USV to break ties with Alger building at auction

ALGER — When the Upper Scioto Valley School District built its new building 12 years ago, the former high school in McGuffey was razed to make room for the new…

1,000 pre-sale tickets helped Kenton Theatre land hit movie

1,000 pre-sale tickets helped Kenton Theatre land hit movie

The film “God’s Not Dead,” soon to be in its third week of showing at Kenton 3 Theatre, has been a major hit in the community. According to James Curlis,…

Health screening

Health screening

Annie Marvin (right) gets her finger pricked for a cholesterol lipid screening Wednesday at one of the many stations during the Ohio Northern University Health Fair at the Hardin County…