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Ada on track with project on former concrete streets

ADA — The pace has picked up on Ada’s concrete streets project and now appears to be on schedule. Village Administrator Jim Meyer informed Ada council members at Tuesday’s meeting…

Forest woman new leader of county’s Red Cross

Audrey Hankins of Forest is the new Community Chapter Executive of the American Red Cross of Hardin County. Her first day on the job was Monday. She replaces Collene Conley,…

USV friends plan craft show

USV friends plan craft show

McGUFFEY — The Upper Scioto Valley community is coming together to assist one of their own and bring the community together for a good cause. Julie Eibling was diagnosed with…

Mt. Victory pleased with final audit report

MOUNT VICTORY — The cost of auditing the books in Mount Victory is costing $3,000 more than originally expected. Council approved the modification extension Tuesday evening during their rescheduled regular…

New Forest administrator amazed at town’s services

New Forest administrator amazed at town’s services

FOREST — As he begins his second week on the job as Forest Village Administrator, Wes Davis said he is amazed. He grew up in the area, graduated from Riverdale…

McGuffey OKs plan to move playground equipment

McGuffey OKs plan to move playground equipment

McGUFFEY — Several years ago, the village of McGuffey constructed a playground, complete with a shelter house, basketball court and rides for the town’s children. The area was on the…

Mt. Victory gets $800,000 in grants for projects

MOUNT VICTORY — The time invested trying to obtain a Community Development Block Grant by Mount Victory officials, council and community residents in the spring has paid off. While council…

Forest begins action on income tax credit

FOREST — With fiscal issues on the immediate horizon, the Forest council reluctantly introduced two ordinances which would reduce or totally eliminate the village’s income tax credit. The credit is…

Ohio Northern unveils ‘Promise’ to make college more affordable

COLUMBUS — Ohio Northern University on Thursday announced a new initiative designed to reduce tuition, lower student debt and help students graduate in four years. Called “The Ohio Northern Promise,”…

Lima man goes to prison for assault

A Lima man who struck a Hardin County deputy during a drug bust will spend nearly five years in prison. In May, officers were inside the Marathon station in Ada…