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Variety of activities set ONU move-in day

ADA — Ohio Northern University opens its doors to the 2014-15 academic year with the traditional move-in day for incoming freshmen and new students on Thursday, Aug. 21. Classes begin…

Carrot harvest begins

Carrot harvest begins

Don Rohrs of Rohrs Farms, near McGuffey, inspects some of the carrots being pulled by one of the harvesters at the farm on Thursday morning. The harvest got underway earlier…

Forest puts treat night decision on hold

FOREST — With a chill in the air, the thoughts of Forest council members were on Halloween Thursday evening. Trick-or-treat for the village had been moved last fall due to…

Man loses business contents on gambling charges

A Bellefontaine man was placed on community control for five years and the contents of his business seized when he was found guilty of four charges of gambling in the…

Church work

Church work

A crew from Thomas and Marker Construction Company erects the steeple to be lifted into place above the entrance of the Ada United Methodist Church. The church was destroyed by…

Big job

Big job

Workers haul a wall of boxes containing the contents of Espy classrooms to a moving van and box truck to be transported to the new Kenton Elementary School. Espy is…

Kentonite gets community control for drug conviction

A Kenton woman was placed on community control for five years after being convicted of a drug charge in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor…

Neighbors rally Kentonites to donate bottled water for Toledo

Neighbors rally Kentonites to donate bottled water for Toledo

When neighbors Jason Winegardner and Stephanie Humphries learned of the need for bottled water in Toledo, they didn’t turn to another channel on their TV sets. They took action. The…

R’mont teachers get 2-year pact

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgemont Board of Education approved a new two-year agreement with the Ridgemont Education Association during a special meeting Wednesday afternoon. The pact includes a 1.75 percent salary…

Forest man pleads guilty to charge in pipe bomb case

UPPER SANDUSKY — A Forest man pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of a dangerous ordnance Wednesday in Wyandot County Common Pleas Court after law enforcement officers reportedly found 11 pipe…