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Fair board turns attention to 2014

The Hardin County Agricultural Society met Saturday at the fair office with 15 board members and several guests present. Beth Routt asked the board if she could use the Community…

Mount Victory family brings Shady Knoll Orchard back to life

Mount Victory family brings Shady Knoll Orchard back to life

MOUNT VICTORY — Black’s Shady Knoll Orchard closed in 1987, but Jim Black never really turned his back on the family’s business. Jim has been around apples and taken a…

United Way of Hardin Co. reports pledges of $36,119

United Way of Hardin County has received pledges totaling $36,119.48, said campaign co-chairs Hannah Derr and Dave Sturgeon at the organization’s weekly report meeting on Thursday. That is 17 percent…

USV leader unveils 15-part plan for use of permanent improvement levy

McGUFFEY — The Upper Scioto Valley Schools is hoping voters will share in its financial vision for the district’s future and support a permanent improvement levy at the polls in…

Hardin SWCD office open during shutdown

The Hardin Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) office is open during the government shutdown and employee furlough. The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) employees are not available until the…

Registration deadline for Nov. 5 election is Monday

The deadline for voter registration to be eligible to vote in the Nov. 5 general election is Monday, Oct. 7. The Hardin County Board of Elections, located in the basement…

Kenton city, school board hopefuls share views at candidate forum

Kenton city, school board hopefuls share views at candidate forum

The fall election season got underway Tuesday night with a Meet the Candidate forum in Kenton, hosted by Hardin Leadership. Candidates for Kenton city offices and the Kenton Board of…

Ada not interested in RCAP grant

ADA — Ada Village Council will not be pursuing the Hometown Competitiveness Grant Program through Ohio RCAP (Rural Community Assistance Program), despite a recommendation from the Ada CIC. Ohio RCAP…

Forest man sent to prison

A Forest man was sent to prison for two years after being found guilty of burglary charges in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court…

Report puts USV on more solid financial footing

McGUFFEY — The financial future of the Upper Scioto Valley School district continues to improve, according to the district’s five-year forecast, but hinges on decisions made at the state level.…