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Healthy lunch, benefits of walking promoted

Area residents will be given an opportunity to enjoy a healthy lunch and learn of the benefits of walking during a program at the Hardin County Courthouse. Two sessions of…

Church work

Church work

A crew from Thomas and Marker Construction Company erects the steeple to be lifted into place above the entrance of the Ada United Methodist Church. The church was destroyed by…

Big job

Big job

Workers haul a wall of boxes containing the contents of Espy classrooms to a moving van and box truck to be transported to the new Kenton Elementary School. Espy is…

Kentonite gets community control for drug conviction

A Kenton woman was placed on community control for five years after being convicted of a drug charge in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor…

OSU alumni club awards scholarships to area students

OSU alumni club awards scholarships to area students

Nine area students will begin studies Aug. 27 at The Ohio State University with the help of scholarships through the Hardin County OSU Alumni Association. Kelly Canfield, a graduate of…

One boil advisory ends, one begins in Mount Victory

MOUNT VICTORY — The boil advisory issued on Aug. 6 in Mount Victory has been canceled but a new one has been issued. Village Administrator Dan Stuck said some consumers…

Civic agenda: August 14, 2014

THURSDAY, AUG. 14 Mount Victory council – 7 p.m., chambers Forest council – 7 p.m., chambers FRIDAY, AUG. 15 Upper Scioto Drainage and Conservancy District Board – 8 a.m., courthouse…

New time, place for SWCD board

The monthly board meeting of the Hardin Soil and Water Conservation District will be held on Thursday, Aug. 21 at 1 p.m. at the Hardin County Fairgrounds in Kenton. Future…

Off to class

Off to class

With backpacks full of new school supplies, Upper Scioto Valley students hop off the bus and make the walk to their first day of classes for the new year this…

County considers plan to expand emergency notification system

The Hardin County commissioners are considering a proposal that may put emergency weather notifications within the reach of everyone in the county. Pleasant Township Trustee Beryl Rogers Dudek, along with…