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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…

Exchange students share ‘amazing’ experiences at KCS

Two exchange students shared highlights of their experiences in Kenton at Monday’s meeting of the Kenton Board of Education. Gresa Rashiti of Serbia and Ereza Gjekolli of Kosovo are attending…

FBI agents seek clues in Boston attack

FBI agents seek clues in Boston attack

BOSTON (AP) — FBI agents searched a suburban Boston apartment overnight and appealed to the public for amateur video and photos that might yield clues to who carried out the…

Money spent on Alger building is questioned

ALGER — The community building in the Alger Park had been given a new lease on life through a $16,000 grant to be used to repair the building which council…

Dunkirk to replace siren

DUNKIRK — The Northern Hardin Fire Department building/village office is in need of a new emergency alert siren. The defunct siren, which is currently resting behind the department on its…

Blitz uncovers 19 drug violations

Blitz uncovers 19 drug violations

Officers from seven area law enforcement departments combined forces Friday and Saturday in the first Hardin County Traffic Blitz. As many as 19 officers took part in the attempt to…

Stuck finds perfect combination working at Moose and with son

Stuck finds perfect combination working at Moose and with son

Bob Stuck wears two hats, serving as the administrator of the Kenton Moose Family Center 428 and the Ridgemont High School assistant boys basketball coach. What he finds in common…