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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…

County seeks lower treatment rate from Kenton on landfill water

The Hardin County commissioners are hoping to work with Kenton officials in reducing the amount of money the county pays for sewer treatment of water coming from the old county…

Forest man gets nine years on burglary, theft charges

A Forest man was sent to prison for nine years after being convicted of burglary and theft charges in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from…

Forest to reduce income tax credit

FOREST — Beginning next month, Forest Council will begin work toward reducing the income tax credit given to Forest residents working outside the village. As it stands now, residents working…

ODOT updates projects

A repaving project in the northern part of the county is expected to wrap up next week, according to the weekly construction report from the Ohio Department of Transportation District…

New Yorker shares recollections of 9/11 at gathering in Kenton

New Yorker shares recollections of 9/11 at gathering in Kenton

Most people remember what happened in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, by what they saw on television coverage. With the passing of years, many younger people recognize the event…

Lakeview man critically injured in crash

ADA — A Lakeview man was critically injured Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle crash near Ada. Ralph J. Red, 25, was transported by LifeFlight helicopter to St. Rita’s Medical Center…

Ada bid accepted

ADA — At a special meeting Tuesday night, the Ada Village Council accepted a bid of $44,742.60 from Bluffton Paving to pave alleys within the village. According to Village Administrator…

Red flag raised about city’s spending

Kenton City Council is getting ready to work on the city’s budget for 2014 with a warning from its Finance Committee chairman. Councilman Brian Hattery told City Council on Monday…