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Ada not interested in RCAP grant

ADA — Ada Village Council will not be pursuing the Hometown Competitiveness Grant Program through Ohio RCAP (Rural Community Assistance Program), despite a recommendation from the Ada CIC. Ohio RCAP…

Forest man sent to prison

A Forest man was sent to prison for two years after being found guilty of burglary charges in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court…

Report puts USV on more solid financial footing

McGUFFEY — The financial future of the Upper Scioto Valley School district continues to improve, according to the district’s five-year forecast, but hinges on decisions made at the state level.…

USV needs permission to sell Alger building

McGUFFEY — The decision to sell the former Alger school will not be made by the Upper Scioto Valley Board of Education, but by a private company. Superintendent Dennis Recker…

Early voting underway

Early voting for the Nov. 5 general election started today at the Hardin County Board of Elections. On the ballot are races for city and village offices, school boards and…

Couple enjoys helping Dunkirk community to come together

Couple enjoys helping Dunkirk community to come together

DUNKIRK — Gregg and Samantha King of rural Dunkirk have seen people of the community experience a positive change after visiting the Hardin Northern Community Center. The Kings opened the…

Nine thefts, most from vehicles, reported on county’s west side

For the second time in about a month, the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a series of thefts in the western part of the county. The sheriff’s department is…

Riverdale community shares in loss of popular second-grader

Riverdale community shares in loss of popular second-grader

The Riverdale community has long had a reputation for its caring and generous nature. That quality has been tested more than once in recent years by the death of a…

Afghan prosecutor says ONU, Ada training will help at home

Afghan prosecutor says ONU, Ada training will help at home

ADA — The members of the Ada Police Academy attended their final class Thursday evening. As they watched local response to a mock accident, one person stood out among the…

KHS student in shooting threat case has charged reduced, bond cut

The charges against a Kenton High School senior accused of threatening other students have been reduced and Derick Craig was released from incarceration following a hearing Thursday in Hardin County…