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Roberts: HN still county leader

DOLA — Hardin Northern continues to be the academic leader of the county schools, according to Superintendent Doug Roberts. In a report from Director of Student Services Andy Wilson, 92…

Law agencies target Hardin County today

The Findlay Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is targeting Hardin County today in an effort to address the increased number of serious and fatal accidents in the area.…

Dog shelter plans advance

The drive to construct a new dog shelter for Hardin County took a step forward Tuesday when the county commissioners approved final plans for the structure. According to commission Chairman…

Ada council hears update on A.L.I.C.E.

ADA — Ada Police Chief Michael Harnishfeger informed Ada council members Tuesday night about its progress with the A.L.I.C.E. training program. The A.L.I.C.E. (Alert Lockdown Inform Counter Evacuate) program, according…

Alger driver wins ODOT ‘Roadeo’

Alger driver wins ODOT ‘Roadeo’

COLUMBUS — Chris Vermillion of Alger took first place and Leon Goyings of Paulding took second in the loader event at the Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Director’s Cup Truck…

KCS welcomes new teachers, staff

KCS welcomes new teachers, staff

Kenton City Schools has nearly 30 new employees for the 2013-2014 school year. They were introduced during the monthly school board meeting Monday night. There are 21 new teachers, along…

Computers for all KCS students is school goal

All 2,000-plus students in the Kenton school district could have their own school-provided computer within four years. Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski said that is the goal of the district’s 1 to…

Kenton board, classified employees agree on pact

Kenton’s classified employees will get eight percent raises over the next three years under terms of a new contract approved by the board of education Monday night. The three-year agreement…

Alger woman set to celbrate 100 years of memories

Alger woman set to celbrate 100 years of memories

Marzell Burrell soon will be celebrating 100 years of memories. When she was growing up, Marzell never imagined she would be celebrating her 100th birthday in Alger, Ohio, she said.…

Ohio Ethics Commission issues reprimand to former USV leader

The Ohio Ethics Commission has issued a public reprimand to former Upper Scioto Valley Schools Superintendent Rick Rolston for giving employment within the district to members of his family. According…