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Kenton eyes faster action on tall grass and weeds

Kenton City Council, at its meeting Monday night, decided to move quickly on changes to the city’s nuisance legislation in an effort to more speedily address tall grass and weed…

R’dale foundation in place; administrative steps approved

MOUNT BLANCHARD — After months of planning and waiting, the Riverdale Education Foundation can finally begin collecting donations. The foundation was created as a way for people to donate money…

USV board OKs pacts with teachers and classified staff

McGUFFEY — The Upper Scioto Valley Board of Education and its two bargaining units came to agreements on Monday night. The USV Teachers Association and the board reached a two-year…

USV students improve in the classroom

McGUFFEY — The Upper Scioto Valley Board of Education received some good news from an educational standpoint on Monday night. Principal Craig Hurley reported the district will pass 13 testing…

Ridgeway native becomes fixture on Pa. sports airwaves

Ridgeway native becomes fixture on Pa. sports airwaves

While growing up in Ridgeway, Dean Corwin enjoyed listening to announcers like the Cincinnati Reds Marty Brennamen and Joe Nuxhall when he was watching or listening to sporting events. Little…

Agencies to offer services at same location

A new service is being offered to Hardin County beginning next week. The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize and Hardin counties will be opening its Open…

Ada adds girls tennis and cross country to its sports schedule

ADA — The Ada School will offer two more sports during the 2013-14 school year. During its regular meeting on Thursday, the board added girls cross country and girls tennis…

After 75 years, Kenton still remembers the day Gene Autry came to town

After 75 years, Kenton still remembers the day Gene Autry came to town

It was 75 years ago this August when The Singing Cowboy Gene Autry made a visit to Kenton. Hardin County will commemorate that visit again this year at the 20th…

Grant to help Kiwanis club comfort children facing trauma of an emergency

Grant to help Kiwanis club comfort children facing trauma of an emergency

A grant from the Ohio District Kiwanis Foundation should help lessen the trauma of a child’s ambulance ride. The Kenton Kiwanis Kares for Kids program received $2,870 from the state…

Three villages to apply for Community Block Grants

Three Hardin County villages are applying for projects through the state Community Development Block Grant program. The projects were outlined Tuesday morning at a meeting of the Hardin County commissioners.…