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USV senior receives Franklin B. Walter Award

USV senior receives Franklin B. Walter Award

Sabrina Daniels, a senior at Upper Scioto Valley High School, has received the 2014 Franklin B. Walter Award for scholastic achievement. Sabrina is the daughter of John and Lori Daniels…

Top shooters

Top shooters

Kenton High School students Stephanie Durbin and Ali Carter will be representing Ohio in the National Rifle Association’s national match being held in Washington, Pa., on Saturday. The pair qualified…

OSU asking farmers for help with drainage survey

Did you receive a drainage survey in the mail from The Ohio State University? If so, have you had a chance to fill it out and send it in? Randomly…

Ada blood drive nets 27 productive units

The Ada community held a blood drive March 10 at the Ada Visiting Nurses building on Ohio 235 with a response of 33 donors, collecting 27 productive units from a…

Confirmation class

Confirmation class

St. John Lutheran Church, Dola, conducted confirmation on Sunday, March 30. Class members were (from left) Brady Lamb and Tiffany Geberin with Pastor Charles Horn.…

Dennis R. Kindle

age 64, Dunkirk Services for Dennis R. Kindle will begin at 11 a.m. Monday at Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada by Pastor Charles M. Horn. Burial will be in Dola…

Police Reports: April 4, 2014

Kenton police Officers were dispatched to 980 Meadow Lane Apt. 42 for a possible overdose. Upon investigation, Richard Gilbert, same address, was cited for drug paraphernalia. Threats were reported at…

Wind farm among issues at county candidate forum

Wind farm among issues at county candidate forum

The two Republican candidates for the Hardin County commissioner’s seat presented their views to the public on a variety of local issues from wind energy to health insurance Thursday evening.…

Worker at Ada firm faces inducing panic charge after bomb threat

ADA — An employee of Ada Technologies, Inc., was arrested Wednesday and charged with inducing panic, a fourth-degree felony, after making a bomb threat against the company earlier this week.…

Xenia man gets 54 months in prison

A Xenia man was sent to prison for 54 months after he was found guilty of money laundering charges in a case heard in Hardin County Commons Plea Court. According…