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Crops vary from ‘super’ to ‘nothing’ because of rain

Crops vary from ‘super’ to ‘nothing’ because of rain

Hit or miss. That was the word on how crops are faring through the first two months of the growing season during a meeting this morning of the Hardin County…

R’mont gets OSU grant to study water filtration, stream biology

R’mont gets OSU grant to study water filtration, stream biology

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont students in grades four through seven were treated to a hands-on project studying water filtration and stream biology at a stream southeast of the school on Tuesday.…

Ada wind turbine sound could be nuisance issue, says legal counsel

ADA — Village resident Jeff Sheldon was present at the Ada council meeting Tuesday to register his concerns regarding the noise from the wind turbine at Ada High School. An…

Courthouse project targets water damage

The Hardin County Commissioners opened bids Tuesday on a project they hope will resolve ongoing water problems impacting the foundation of the courthouse. Four companies submitted proposals which include application…

Ada school board hires four teachers

ADA — The Ada Board of Education held a special meeting this morning to address personnel issues and approve the treasurer’s report. The board: – Approved the resignation of certified…

KCS transportation supervisor wraps up 39 years with district

KCS transportation supervisor wraps up 39 years with district

For nearly four decades, Russ Senning played a part in transporting Kenton students to school. It started with him in the driver’s seat, then he worked under the hood and…

‘Save Our Library’ meeting set in Forest

FOREST — An organizational meeting of the “Save Our Library” political action committee will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, July 7 at the Forest-Jackson Public Library. The committee will…

Ada board sets special session

ADA — The Ada Board of Education has called a special board meeting for 7 a.m. Monday, June 30 in the board office. The wrong time was listed in an…

Program helps kids get nutritious lunch in summer

Program helps kids get nutritious lunch in summer

When the school year ends in most districts, that’s the end of those type of lunches for kids until classes resume in the fall. But for the seventh consecutive year,…

KCS still working on bus routes

Kenton City Schools is still working on bus routes and school starting times for the 2014-2015 school year. During a special meeting this morning, Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski said, “We’re working…