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Kenton High School to present ‘The Music Man’

Kenton High School to present ‘The Music Man’

“The Music Man” will be presented by the Kenton High School Vocal Music Department this weekend at the Kenton Middle School auditorium. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and…

Brown offers plan to cut federal deficit, lower prescription drug costs

Brown offers plan to cut federal deficit, lower prescription drug costs

U.S Senator Sherrod Brown held a conference call with members of the media Wednesday afternoon to outline a plan he says would reduce the federal deficit while lowering prescription drug…

Alger clerks may be off the hook to repay overpayments

ALGER — The state attorney general’s office said Alger Fiscal Officer Ramona Mahoney and Board of Public Affair Clerk Chris Donnal are the ones responsible for mistakenly overpaying council members…

Treasurer’s job keeps Ribley in school setting

Treasurer’s job keeps Ribley in school setting

MOUNT BLANCHARD — It’s been a long time since Jodie Ribley graduated from Upper Scioto Valley High School, but she has never left the school setting. Ribley, an Alger native…

McCluer reflects on 24 years of farm changes

McCluer reflects on 24 years of farm changes

Friday marked the last time Gene McCluer will lead the discussion at the monthly Ag Council breakfast. The retiring educator from the Hardin County OSU Extension Office took the time…

Umberger honored as Citizen of the Year

Umberger honored as Citizen of the Year

ADA — During most any special event in Hardin County you will find Norma Umberger attending. Thursday evening’s annual Chamber and Business Alliance banquet at the Ohio Northern University was…

Fitzgerald new Alliance leader

Jacqualine Fitzgerald has been named director of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance. Fitzgerald was a board member of the Alliance in 2011 and has served on numerous committees…

Kasich education plan worries R’mont treasurer

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont’s treasurer expressed concerns about how the district will be impacted by Governor John Kasich’s proposed education budget during the school board session Thursday night. Fred Reinemeyer said…

Davis: New Ridgemont school will be ‘one-of-a-kind’ facility

RIDGEWAY — Three principles that will guide the design of the new Ridgemont preK-12 building were developed during an Envisioning Day held at the Battelle Institute in Columbus. Superintendent Emmy…

Grandstand sealing proposal made

The Hardin County Commissioners continued to hear proposals for improvements to the grandstands at the fairgrounds at a meeting Thursday morning. The structure is in need of some repairs, including…