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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…

Commissioner faces primary challenger

Commissioner faces primary challenger

Two candidates will face off in the Republican primary on May 6 to decide who will be the party’s candidate for Hardin County commissioner in November. Incumbent Brice Beaman is…

Getting more families to use Saulisberry Park facilities is Horner’s goal

Getting more families to use Saulisberry Park facilities is Horner’s goal

Josh Horner is in his second year of running Kenton’s Saulisberry Park. After a first year in which he spent a majority of his time cleaning up the park, Horner…

Ada to review parking policies

ADA — The Ada Planning Commission will be reviewing the issue of downtown businesses providing parking following a discussion on the topic during a street committee meeting following the Ada…

Sheriff’s office finds $240,000 in drugs in impounded car

Sheriff’s office finds $240,000 in drugs in impounded car

For nearly a year, deputies at the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office wondered what was inside the 2006 Nissan Altima sitting in its impound lot. That mystery was solved Monday afternoon…

Two McGuffey men injured in crash

McGUFFEY — Two McGuffey men were transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries following a one-vehicle crash Saturday afternoon on Ohio 195 in Marion Township. According to a…

Kenton office supply store Roby’s closing after 108 years

Kenton office supply store Roby’s closing after 108 years

Roby’s has been a familiar business name in Kenton for more than 100 years, but the office supply store will close its doors forever April 15. The decision is based…

Kenton pastor leaving pulpit for full-time sheriff’s office job

Kenton pastor leaving pulpit for full-time sheriff’s office job

Throughout his life, doors of opportunities have opened up for Dennis Burns and he has leaned on his faith as he went through each of them. After 28 years of…

Waynesfield man found innocent

A jury found a Waynesfield man innocent of charges in a trial in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Nicholas A.…

‘Bubba’ gets new life thanks to efforts of Humane Society

‘Bubba’ gets new life thanks to efforts of Humane Society

Until a few weeks ago, the future didn’t hold much hope for a young dog taken to the Hardin County Dog Shelter. The 10-month-old stray was malnourished and depressed when…