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Work ready to begin on street project in Ada

ADA — With all the contracts signed, Ada’s street project on Christopher Circle, Northern View, Southern View, Pleasant View, Clint Drive, Brandi Place, Jocelyn Drive and Valerie Drive is set…

Two hurt when car hits house

Two hurt when car hits house

Two people were hospitalized after a vehicle overturned and struck the side of a house at 535 E. Columbus Street in Kenton Monday afternoon. According to a report from the…

Ada Schools seeking support for income tax

ADA — With absentee voting for the May 7 election approaching, the Ada Schools Levy Committee is working to continue reaching out to the community to generate support for the…

Kenton board to be part of ag teacher search

The Kenton Board of Education said Monday night it will be more involved in the selection of a new teacher to lead the district’s vocational agriculture program. Ohio Hi-Point Career…

USV needs committees to promote district levies

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley has two levies on the May ballot. Now Superintendent Dennis Recker said the district needs find ways to get the word out to the community…

Local officials raise state budget concerns

State Rep. Robert Cole Sprague met with a group of officials Monday in Kenton to discuss the local impact of the proposed state budget. The discussion with the Findlay Republican…

Alger plans to install guardrails

ALGER — Motorists using Ohio 235 through Alger find the state route makes two sharp turns in the village. The change in direction is especially difficult at times for the…

Wharton discusses copier and beer garden at festival

WHARTON — After discussing its options since September, Wharton Council unanimously voted Monday evening to purchase the copier it currently leases after the company that originally supplied the copier agreed…

Castle continues helping people in role as chaplain

Castle continues helping people in role as chaplain

After 23 years of working at Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Shantel Castle believes she’s finally found the right “skin.” Since last September, Castle has been the chaplain at St. John’s…

Troopers say alcohol a factor in crash

Alcohol is believed to have been a “significant factor” in an accident Sunday night near Kenton which sent a man from Huber Heights to the hospital. According to information from…