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Hardin Northern, USV make gains on Ohio Graduation Test

Hardin Northern, USV make gains on Ohio Graduation Test

The Ohio Department of Education publicly released the results of the Ohio Graduation Test Monday . For most Hardin County districts, the results were good, but not as good as…

KCS board member seeks feedback on conference affiliation

Is it time for Kenton City Schools to look into a new league for its athletic teams? Board member Mark McCullough believes the time has arrived to discuss the idea…

Administrator takes on role as special education principal

A Kenton City Schools administrator who oversees the district’s online program will be taking on additional special education duties. Robin Bame received a two-year contract as principal of special education,…

Alger moves forward with abating nuisances

ALGER — About 30 Alger residents will be receiving letters later this week giving them 14 days to clean up their properties or the village may do the work for…

Diversification helps Pleasant Precision to grow

Diversification helps Pleasant Precision to grow

Seven years ago, most tool making companies were facing a difficult future. Pleasant Precision Inc. could have been one of them, but it diversified its operations and now is enjoying…

Kenton chiropractor enjoys helping patients

Kenton chiropractor enjoys helping patients

With his office located just one house down from his childhood home on East Carrol Street in Kenton, chiropractor Michael Broseke enjoys getting to know his patients, or as he…

Reunion offers key to lost part of sisters’ lives

Reunion offers key to lost part of sisters’ lives

MOUNT VICTORY — Mike McLane and Dennis Stanley were buddies. Mike’s hometown was Kenton and Dennis was a young man from Clintwood, Va., but they met while serving during the…

Small Kenton congregation helps provide food to needy

Small Kenton congregation helps provide food to needy

The Kenton Full Gospel Church in has limited resources. It has 30 active members and little extra money, yet the congregation is determined to get food to those who need…

Soldiers show appreciation for packages

Soldiers show appreciation for packages

The local chapter of the Blue Star Mothers were presented with a special recognition by some of the service members they serve. For several years, the women have sent packages…

Volunteers hard to find in Forest

FOREST — The village of Forest is finding it increasingly difficult to find members for its police auxiliary squad, so council was asked Thursday to consider accepting residents to perform…