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Falcons defeat Carey, 80-74

Falcons defeat Carey, 80-74

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale boys basketball team defended its home court Saturday night by defeating Carey, 80-74. The Falcons (2-0) capitalized on a defensive stand, not allowing Carey (0-1)…

ONU topped

ADA — Despite a 23-point effort from Branden Rushton, the Ohio Northern men’s basketball team was not able to overcome Bethany (W. Va.) as the Bisons pulled out an 88-80…

Ben Logan looking for Athletic Hall of Fame nominations

BELLEFONTAINE — The Benjamin Logan Athletic Department is accepting nominations for the 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame. Nominations must be made in writing with information supporting the candidates and why…

USV rolls in opener

FOSTORIA — Upper Scioto Valley jumped ahead 25-9 after 16 minutes and cruised from there in a 74-26 boys basketball rout of St. Wendelin on Saturday night. Dylan Hunsicker had…

Police and Sheriff Reports: December 2, 2013

Kenton police Friday Tim Adams, 409 1/2 Waterworks Drive, was arrested on pending charges and a warrant from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office. Tarah M. Riley, 455 1/2 Decatur St.,…

Birchel P. ‘Bert’ Conley

Birchel P. ‘Bert’ Conley

age 82, Ada Services for Birchel P. “Bert” Conley will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by the Rev. Calvin Waugh. Burial will be…

‘Suspicious’ fires hit two abandoned houses in city

‘Suspicious’ fires hit two abandoned houses in city

Investigators are calling a pair of late-night fires in the city of Kenton over the weekend “highly suspicious” in origin. Each of the fires involved abandoned houses with no electrical…

Santa arrives in Kenton

Santa arrives in Kenton

Santa Claus rode on a wooden sleigh along the Christmas Parade route Saturday afternoon in Kenton. A large crowd welcomed Santa to kick off the Christmas season in the county.…

Dunkirk area resident enjoys spreading news about ODOT

Dunkirk area resident enjoys spreading news about ODOT

With the Ohio Department of Transportation’s crews working year round – whether it’s snow and ice control or summer construction – Rhonda Pees takes pride in letting the public know…

Miscues cost Kenton in season-ending loss

Miscues cost Kenton in season-ending loss

DAYTON — The Kenton football team has been able to overcome a number of turnovers in recent weeks. On Friday night, miscues finally came back to haunt the Wildcats. Holding…