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Kenton board approves personnel issues

The Kenton City School board took care of a number of personnel issues during a special school board meeting this morning. The board accepted the resignation of Rebecca Wolf as…

Sells pleads guilty to charges in thefts

The third of three defendants in a Mount Victory-based theft ring is facing up to 12 years in prison after agreeing to a plea agreement on numerous theft-related charges on…

McGuffey man killed

FINDLAY — A 20-year-old McGuffey man was killed in a single car accident early Tuesday morning on County Road 75, south of County Road 150 in McDonald Township. At 2:35…

$3,100 for cupcakes! Girls turn club into fundraiser for church

$3,100 for cupcakes! Girls turn club into fundraiser for church

DUNKIRK — A few months ago, three young girls started a club dedicated to cupcakes. The Cupcake Club started out as a way for sisters, Kaitlyn, 15, and Karoline Pees,…

Hensel Ready Mix marks 50th year in operation

Hensel Ready Mix marks 50th year in operation

Fifty years ago, Clarence Hensel had no plans to become a businessman. In fact, he said, Hensel Ready Mix started in July of 1963 almost as an accident, but as…

Ada First United Methodist unveils plans for new church

Ada First United Methodist unveils plans for new church

ADA — First United Methodist Church in Ada has voted to move forward with construction of its new church building at the corner of Main Street and West Highland Avenue…

R’mont board prepares for coming school year

MOUNT VICTORY — The Ridgemont Board of Education took care of a number of personnel and routine matters during a brief meeting Thursday afternoon. The board approved the hiring of…

Hi-Point board members discuss legislation

BELLEFONTAINE — The Ohio Hi-Point Board of Education approved a multitude of items during Wednesday evening’s board meeting to prepare for the upcoming school year. Ohio Hi-Point Career Center will…

Skateboarder remembering father, supporting Alzheimer’s research with trip across U.S.

Skateboarder remembering father, supporting Alzheimer’s research with trip across U.S.

When Jack Smith’s father passed away due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease last fall, the younger Smith decided to recognize his father by doing one of the things he loves…

Japanese youth visiting county

Japanese youth visiting county

In what has become an annual tradition, Hardin County 4-H’ers on Wednesday afternoon welcomed a group of Japanese youth into their homes for what will be a a nearly month-long…