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Marion man sent to prison for B&E, vandalism

A Marion man was sent to prison for nearly two years after he was found guilty of charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor…

Friends plan benefit for family of boy with rare kidney disease

Friends plan benefit for family of boy with rare kidney disease

RIDGEWAY — When Alex Griffin woke up one morning with swollen eyes, his mom suspected he had allergies. That was two years ago, said Heather Griffin, and what she took…

Street assessment not popular with some in Ada subdivision

ADA — Several Ada residents were on hand at the regular village council meeting Tuesday evening to express their displeasure with the amount they are being charged for a street…

Portman tours football plant in Ada, says GOP must craft alternative to Obamacare

Portman tours football plant in Ada, says GOP must craft alternative to Obamacare

ADA — Jane Helser had the ear of a U.S. Senator for a while Monday morning. Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio was touring the Wilson Sporting Goods plant in Ada…

KCS gets construction update

KCS gets construction update

The Kenton Board of Education on Monday night received an update on the construction of the new Kenton Elementary School. Jason Fleming of Ada, representing Garmann Miller Architects, reported water…

KCS enrollment surges above 2,000 mark to open new school year

Kenton City Schools is beginning the 2013-2014 school year with its largest enrollment in more than 10 years. Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski reported 2,040 students were enrolled in the district when…

USV building needs more work

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley Schools is seeking the approval of a permanent improvement levy this fall from voters to repair problems with its building, but the list of structural…

Dunkirk’s plan for Hardin Northern annexation falls through over taxes

DUNKIRK — The village of Dunkirk’s proposed annexation with Hardin Northern School and properties on Rangeline Road will not happen. During Mayor Terry Cramer’s report to council at Monday evening’s…

After election, new board will make decision on new USV superintendent

McGUFFEY — As the 2013-14 school year was approaching, the Upper Scioto Valley Board of Education had planned to employ an elementary principal. That principal would then be trained, the…

Alger has little sympathy for Breakfast

ALGER — It appears the Alger council will not be having much sympathy for Breakfast. The miniature pot-bellied pig called Breakfast is a pet of Chandler Cook, who attended council’s…