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Boil advisory lifted for Mt. Victory residents

The boil advisory for Mount Victory water users from 514 W. Taylor St. to 663 W. Taylor St. has been lifted. All samples tested for coliform are negative.…

Forest food pantry to be open Monday

FOREST — The Forest-Wharton Food Pantry will be open from 1-3 p.m. Monday at the Forest United Methodist Church, 111 E. Dixon St. Anyone from the Forest or Wharton area…

No more refunds at health department

A recent wave of refunds at the Kenton-Hardin Health Department and the financial impact they have caused has prompted its board to cease reimbursing its customers for the cost of…

Water games

Water games

Emma Mulligan rushes to squeeze water out of a sponge and into a bucket during one of the games at the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library Tuesday afternoon. Children…

New signs

New signs

David Dulin installs mulch and plants at the new signs at the Hardin County Veterans Memorial Park in Kenton. The sign, installed by Golden Graphics, lists the facilities available, including…

Civic agenda: July 23, 2014

WEDNESDAY, JULY 23 Ohio Hi-Point JVS Board – 7 p.m., Bellefontaine Grove Cemetery board -  7 p.m., at cemetery THURSDAY, JULY 24 Forest-Jackson Public Library Board of Trustees – 9…

S.O.U.P. to provide meals July 28 – Aug. 1

The Hardin County Community S.O.U.P. services will provide free hot meals to the public from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. July 28-August 1 at St. John’s United Church of Christ…

Taking shape

Taking shape

A crew continues to work on the initial phase of the new Ridgemont school on the west side of Mount Victory. The $17 million, two-story building will house students preK-12…

KCS plans dedication of new elementary school

The new Kenton Elementary School will be dedicated on Saturday, Aug. 9. During the Kenton City School’s regular school board meeting on Monday, Superintendent Jennifer Penczarski told the board that…

USV fiscal picture improving

McGUFFEY — It hasn’t been easy, but the financial picture at Upper Scioto Valley continues to improve. Treasurer Stacy Gratz presented the board Monday with a report at the end…