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KCS sets Sept. 8 starting date for 2014-2015 year

Board to take bids on Morningside extension to Kenton Elementary Kenton City Schools will start classes Monday, Sept. 8 for the 2014-2015 school year, with the final day for students…

Grant will help KCS expand preschool

Kenton City Schools has been awarded grants to expand its preschool enrollment and emergency radio communications. Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski told the school board Monday night the district has been awarded…

Findlay educator new KCS athletic director

Findlay educator new KCS athletic director

An assistant athletic director at Findlay City Schools is the new grades 7-12 athletic director for Kenton City Schools. Michael Leddy was approved unanimously for the Kenton post at the…

KMS building repair is expected to cost $190,000

Kenton Middle School will need some $190,000 in repairs to stop leaks in the building, it was reported at the school board session Monday night. Board member Russ Blue, a…

Alger to include festival activities on Memorial Day

ALGER — The village of Alger celebrates Memorial Day each year with a parade. But after the last fire truck driver waves to the crowd this year, there will be…

R’dale teachers realign to new state testing dates

MOUNT BLANCHARD — New elementary school testing dates have teachers at Riverdale Elementary School realigning their reading pacing guides for next year. Riverdale Elementary Principal Dr. Julie Spade informed the…

County prepares for its fourth Drug Take Back

County prepares for its fourth Drug Take Back

Hardin County residents will be asked to clean out their medicine cabinets next weekend for the fourth annual Drug Take Back Day. Students from the Ohio Northern University and the…

Ever Power survey finds support for wind project

A survey conducted on behalf of a wind energy developer in the area shows overwhelming support for the Scioto Ridge Wind Farm. The survey was conducted by SBR Strategy Group,…

Continuing services at Simon Kenton, Harco goal of tax levy renewal

Area voters are being asked to continue their support of the programs offered through the Hardin County Board of Developmental Disabilities. The board, which operates Simon Kenton School and Harco…

Hardin Northern to expand dual credit courses in fall

DOLA — Hardin Northern High School will be expanding a college credit program next fall. The dual credit program has been very successful, said High School Principal Joe Hoelzle. Currently,…

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