Ridgemont Board of Education – 5 p.m., high school library
BELLEFONTAINE — The Midwest Regional Educational Service Center’s 2015 regular board meetings will begin at 6:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted.
MONDAY, JAN. 26
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
Ruth Manns, owner of Ruthie's Cutting Up Hair Salon recently received a business grant from Mount Victory Community Improvement Corp. She purchased the awning shown with the grant money so her waiting customers can have some shade in summer months.
MONDAY, JAN. 19
BKP Ambulance District Board of Trustees – 7 p.m., board office
FINDLAY — Fresh Encounter, Inc. stores are doing their part to help alleviate food shortage concerns throughout the states of Ohio and Indiana by recently collecting $21,722 through the Making Change initiative.
SATURDAY, JAN. 17
Grove Cemetery Citizen’s Committee – 10 a.m., conference room at cemetery office; review rules and regulations of Grove Cemetery
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14 Upper Scioto Valley Board of Education – 4:30 p.m., home economics room; reorganization meeting followed by regular monthly meeting Washington Township trustees – 7:30 p.m., township hall; reorganization and regular meetings Hardin Northern Board of Education – 7 p.m., computer lab; reorganization meeting followed by regular meeting Jackson-Forest Ambulance Board – 7 p.m., township hall Ohio Hi-Point …
TUESDAY, JAN. 13
Ridgemont Board of Education – 5 p.m., high school library; reorganizational meeting
City Dry Cleaning has opened a drop shop location in Kenton, announced the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance. The dry cleaning drop shop is located at Tiki Tanz, 4 N. Main St., Kenton.
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For Michelle Musser, the best use of her knowledge and experience as a pharmacist is to pass it on to others.
As an associate professor of pharmacy practice at Ohio Northern University in Ada, Musser is doing just that.
ALGER — An armed robbery was reported at the Alger Carryout on Sunday afternoon.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a silent alarm at the store, 106 E. Lee St., at 5:30 p.m.
Dom Tiberi had spoken to Kenton High School juniors and seniors in late April to spread “Maria’s Message” about the importance of being safe drivers and to avoid distractions.
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