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Ada man faces charges in thefts from students

ADA — An Ada was arrested Wednesday on a charge of robbery that allegedly occurred earlier this month during move-in day for students at Ohio Northern University. An arrest warrant…

Two write-in candidates file

Two candidates have filed with the Hardin County Board of Elections as write-in candidates in the November election. David Hankins is a candidate for the Forest village council and Nathan…

NOC continues to serve as Kenton’s food pantry

NOC continues to serve as Kenton’s food pantry

Any residents of the Kenton City School District who meet the federal income guidelines and can show proof of residency qualify to receive food from the Neighborhood Opportunity Center (NOC)…

Lawmakers urged to ‘fix’ drug abuse problem

Lawmakers urged to ‘fix’ drug abuse problem

The Statehouse came to the Hardin County Courthouse Tuesday during a House committee hearing regarding the drug abuse issue in the county. Six of the ten members of the House…

Health board waits for ODH

The negotiations between two Amish families and the Ohio Department of Health regarding acceptable sewer systems at the home continues this month, but new concerns of how sewage issues are…

Fair panel: 4-H’er in the Navy can’t have hogs shown by someone else

Ashton McCullough knew this would be her last year to show hogs at the Hardin County Fair when she purchased the animals in early May. At that time, she was…

Hites wants more $$$ to repair city alleys

When Kenton Safety Service Director Jim Hites put out the word for people to tell him about city alleys in need of repair, he didn’t anticipate the response. Hites said…

R’dale questions state on changes to calamity days

MOUNT BLANCHARD — With calamity days in their final year for Ohio schools, Riverdale Schools – which has a longer day than most – is questioning how it will handle…

Mount Victory man arrested in Logan Co.

Mount Victory man arrested in Logan Co.

RIDGEWAY — Brett L. Zachariah, 43, of 227 S. Main St., Mount Victory, was charged with two counts of felony domestic violence after an incident Saturday evening near Ridgeway. Deputies…

Kroetz’ career focus shifts to principal’s post at Ridgemont Elementary

Kroetz’ career focus shifts to principal’s post at Ridgemont Elementary

MOUNT VICTORY — It was Jessica Kroetz’ interest in psychology that brought her to Ridgemont Local Schools, a place where she has grown professionally into the role of elementary principal.…