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Growing valuation of Ridgemont district leads to reduced millages

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont School District taxpayers are getting a little break on their taxes thanks to the growing valuation of the district. The school board approved an annual resolution accepting…

Kentonite gets 15 days for drug charge

A Kenton woman was sent to jail after being found guilty of a drug charge in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from…

Ethics and community leadership focus of Hardin youth leaders session

Ethics and community leadership focus of Hardin youth leaders session

Hardin Youth Leadership students were involved in activities and discussions around the topic of ethics and community leadership during their fourth session on Tuesday. The goal of the session was…

General contractor set, work to begin on new First UMC building in Ada

ADA — Thomas and Marker Construction of Bellefontaine has been selected general contractor for the new home of First United Methodist Church of Ada. Construction is to begin in early…

Secretary of State to speak at GOP dinner

Secretary of State to speak at GOP dinner

Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted will be the featured speaker at the Hardin County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner on March 9. The event will be held at St John’s…

Kenton seeks grant to help younger students walk or bike to school

Kenton will be seeking a $330,570 grant to make improvements to make it easier for elementary and middle school students to walk or bicycle to school. City Council, at its…

Kenton officials weigh options to improve safety on tight curve

Since April of 2013, 10 vehicles unable to negotiate a curve on the city’s north side have ended up in the yard of a Kenton resident. Don Castle, 631 E.…

R’dale hears estimated costs of lighting project for soccer fields

MOUNT BLANCHARD — When high school soccer season rolls around this fall, there may be a different look at the night games for Riverdale Schools. The district is looking into…

Upgrading swimming pool first challenge of Ada assistant administrator

Upgrading swimming pool first challenge of Ada assistant administrator

ADA — Jamie Hall, Ada’s assistant village administrator, was inspired by his father-in-law to take on the role and be more active in the community. Hall has been on the…

Arrest made in fatal hit-and-run of Marine

BELLEFONTAINE, Ohio (AP) — Police have made an arrest in an Ohio hit-and-run crash that killed a U.S. Marine from Virginia. Police arrested 26-year-old Holly Fowler of Urbana on Saturday…