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Spirit of cooperation helps county bring in millions in grant funds

Cooperation and unity across Hardin County is resulting in positive economic news, according to area business and government leaders. The remarks came during a breakfast Thursday morning attended by a…

HN eyes laptops for junior high students

DOLA — Hardin Northern is considering a program which would make it a leader in education technology in the county. The board of education agreed Wednesday night to look at…

Riverdale board meets

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale Board of Education received monthly reports and approved action items at its regular meeting Monday evening. In his technology report, John DeMotte informed the board…

Officials agree on plans for park

Since the former Hardin County jail was demolished, county and Kenton officials agree the location at Wayne and High streets should become a park. On Tuesday, county leaders met with…

Work ready to begin on street project in Ada

ADA — With all the contracts signed, Ada’s street project on Christopher Circle, Northern View, Southern View, Pleasant View, Clint Drive, Brandi Place, Jocelyn Drive and Valerie Drive is set…

Two hurt when car hits house

Two hurt when car hits house

Two people were hospitalized after a vehicle overturned and struck the side of a house at 535 E. Columbus Street in Kenton Monday afternoon. According to a report from the…

USV needs committees to promote district levies

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley has two levies on the May ballot. Now Superintendent Dennis Recker said the district needs find ways to get the word out to the community…

Local officials raise state budget concerns

State Rep. Robert Cole Sprague met with a group of officials Monday in Kenton to discuss the local impact of the proposed state budget. The discussion with the Findlay Republican…

Alger plans to install guardrails

ALGER — Motorists using Ohio 235 through Alger find the state route makes two sharp turns in the village. The change in direction is especially difficult at times for the…

Wharton discusses copier and beer garden at festival

WHARTON — After discussing its options since September, Wharton Council unanimously voted Monday evening to purchase the copier it currently leases after the company that originally supplied the copier agreed…