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Ridgeway library serves as village’s community center

Ridgeway library serves as village’s community center

RIDGEWAY — Mollie Gallo, branch manager of the Ridgemont Public Library in Ridgeway, runs her library more like a community center. When she began at the library in April of…

YMCA touts incentives to buy city pool passes

There’s added incentive to take the plunge and purchase a family pass to the Kenton Municipal Swimming Pool this year – a diving board. The diving board will be installed…

Kenton mother won’t give up on daughters, fights against drugs

In 2008, Tracy Morrison was preparing for her younger daughter to begin her senior year in high school. An accomplished athlete at Kenton High School, Jenna Morrison had a bright…

Kenton woman gets 30 months in prison for grocery robbery

A Kenton woman was sentenced to 30 months in prison Thursday for her part in the robbery of Willson’s Grocery in Upper Sandusky. Mercedes J. Shoop, 32, pleaded guilty to…

Delaware man gets 7 years in prison for rape

A Delaware man was sent to prison for seven years after being found guilty of rape in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad…

Hardin Northern board takes actions on several contracts

DOLA — The Hardin Northern Board of Education took action on several contracts for the 2013-2014 school year at its meeting Wednesday evening. Action included one-year contracts for Nancy Souder,…

Ada Schools ask voters to support income tax hike

ADA — On Tuesday, May 7, Ada Schools will be asking its voters to vote “Yes” a seven year, .75 percent income tax increase, one that the school’s officials feel…

April rains cause delays for Ada

ADA — Recent rainy conditions have brought the street projects in Ada to a slow down. According to Village Administrator Jim Meyer, the Lima Avenue project contractor Tumbush has lost…

Bellefontaine honors Carrig with annual teaching award

Bellefontaine honors Carrig with annual teaching award

BELLEFONTAINE — Tom Carrig, Ohio Hi-Point Career Center’s Printing and Graphic Arts instructor, was recognized as a recipient of the 2013 Excellence in Teaching award by the Bellefontaine Rotary during…

Heroin blamed for increase in child abuse/neglect cases

Heroin blamed for increase in child abuse/neglect cases

If it seems as though the staff at the Hardin County Job and Family Services is wearing blue a lot lately, it isn’t due to a fashion statement. Blue is…