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Funds from foundation

Funds from foundation

The Hardin County Community Foundation donated $3,500 for the 2014 Independence Day celebration and equipment. Denna Clem (left), Independence Day celebration committee member accepts the donation from Gina Messner, secretary…

Sparks resumes enjoyment of law as county investigator

Sparks resumes enjoyment of law as county investigator

Dave Sparks said he first got the law enforcement bug while in high school. The Ridgemont High School graduate eventually turned that into a 28-year career with the Ohio State…

Selling Hardin County: Strategic plan unveiled

Hardin County native Jon Cross, the incoming president and CEO of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, agrees with the county’s slogan that it is a great place to…

Hardin County gardens featured in publications

Hardin County gardens featured in publications

The country living books of Judy Condon are recognized by her fans throughout the nation. Her latest publications feature the creativity of four Hardin County gardeners and designers. The former…

HN eyes scholarship foundation

HN eyes scholarship foundation

DOLA — For many years, the Hardin Northern community has supported its graduating seniors with scholarships. The Hardin Northern Community Scholarship Fund, through which the collected money is divided equally…

Belle Center man gets 48 months for aggravated vehicular homicide

A Belle Center man was sentenced to 48 months in prison after he was found guilty of one charge of aggravated vehicular homicide. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad…

R’dale teacher faces more accusations

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Courier in Findlay is reporting a second set of parents have come forward to claim their son was assaulted by Riverdale teacher Barb Williams. In May,…

Work wrapping up on new Elementary School

Contractors are putting the finishing touches on the new Kenton Elementary School. Jason Fleming with Garmann Miller Architects told the Kenton Board of Education on Monday night that the preK-K…

Students have made big gains no tests, USV says

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley’s scores in the math, reading, writing, social studies and science portions of the Ohio Graduation Test were the lowest in Hardin County, according to the…

Alger council puts extra sting in its noxious weed ordinance

ALGER — Once again the Alger village council focused on how to best improve the aesthetics of the village at its regular meeting Monday night. The council is hoping to…