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Detective fires at fleeing car after being struck by suspect in Ada sting

Detective fires at fleeing car after being struck by suspect in Ada sting

ADA — Two suspects are in custody today following a sting operation by the Hardin County Task Force in Ada Wednesday evening which resulted in an officer being injured and…

Veterans Memorial Park ready for holiday weekend visitors

Veterans Memorial Park ready for holiday weekend visitors

As Marshal Wolowicz looks over the grounds at the Veterans Memorial Park, his face beams like that of a proud father. It wasn’t too many years ago that the shelterhouse…

Parade lineup announced for Memorial Day in Kenton

The lineup for the Memorial Day Parade in Kenton has been announced by the Hardin County Memorial Day Committee. The parade will begin at 10 a.m. Monday in downtown Kenton.…

KHS counselor crossed the globe in education career

KHS counselor crossed the globe in education career

When Norla Strasbaugh was a first-grader in Forest, she was so impressed with her teacher, Mrs. Smith, that she decided to follow her into teaching. That decision sent her on…

Turner, Van Buskirk to lead R’mont graduating class

Turner, Van Buskirk to lead R’mont graduating class

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont High School will hold graduation ceremonies at 7 p.m. Friday in the high school gymnasium. The valedictorian is Colin James Turner and the salutatorian is Toshia Marie…

Ada modifies street contract to grind concrete

ADA — The concrete streets project in Ada is no longer set to use recycled stone from the streets following a contract change at Tuesday’s village council meeting. During the…

Kenton man gets 66 months in prison

A Kenton man was sentenced to a total of 66 months in prison after being found guilty of burglary and grand theft charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According…

R’mont FFA changes eating behaviors

R’mont FFA changes eating behaviors

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgemont FFA tied in a statewide competition for a grant from the Ohio Small Grains Marketing program. Participating chapters submitted campaign proposals to OSGMP in September and…

KCS loses revenue, but recovers in other areas

Although it lost about $990,000 in revenue from fiscal year 2012, Kenton City Schools is down only $100,000 in income as FY 2013 comes to a close, thanks to revenue…

USV hopes to move to BVC

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley is hoping to cut its ties to the Northwest Central Conference for sporting events and become the newest member of the Blanchard Valley Conference. School…