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Dr. Ruth Ann McMillen

Dr. Ruth Ann McMillen

age 83, Sun City Center, Fla. formerly of Ada A memorial service for Dr. Ruth Ann McMillen will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Sugar Grove United Methodist Church, Ada.…

Police Reports: April 7, 2014

Kenton police Friday Chienne Bennett, 142 Brumm St., was issued a summons for theft and cited for disorderly conduct. Jack Shirk, 142 Brumm St., was cited for disorderly conduct. Robert…

Biology/pre-med major Julie Simmons ‘fell in love with education’

Biology/pre-med major Julie Simmons ‘fell in love with education’

If not for following her husband’s career to Florida years ago, Hardin Central Elementary School Principal Julie Simmons would not be where she is today or even be in the…

Gopher groundbreaking

Gopher groundbreaking

The Ridgemont community came out in support at the ballot box two years ago for the construction of a new preK-12 school building and came out in support Sunday at…

Selling Alger building

Selling Alger building

A former classroom at the Alger school was filled with spectators Saturday morning as two bidders faced off to purchase the building during an auction. The Upper Scioto Valley Board…

Buxton joins Gidge’s Hair Studio

Buxton joins Gidge’s Hair Studio

Jessica Buxton, formerly of Panache’/2 Dye 4 has relocated to Gidge’s Hair Studio, at 114 N. Detroit St. Kenton. Buxton specializes in acrylic nails, manicures, pedicures, haircuts, color, perms, waxing…

Harco client benefits from tax levy

To the editor: My name is Nikki Umphress and I am asking you to support the levy for Simon Kenton and Harco. I have been in the program for nearly…

Hi-Point team places second in horticulture competition

Hi-Point team places second in horticulture competition

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Students enrolled in the Outdoor Careers program at Ohio Hi-Point Career Center recently placed second out of sixty teams in the Hardscape Install competition at the…

Baskets on display

Baskets on display

The Dolly Parton Imagination Library of Hardin County’s annual Silent Basket Auction is underway. Baskets were donated by local businesses, organizations and individuals. Select baskets are on display at each…

Hardin County Municipal Court News: April 5, 2014

Unless otherwise indicated, all cases were heard by Judge Greg A. Grimslid. TRAFFIC In addition to the fines levied against defendants who are found guilty, $39 in state costs, $30…