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ONU looks to repeat as OAC champions

The 2013-2014 Ohio Northern women’s basketball squad is looking to build off the recent successes of the program. Last season the Polar Bears went 27-2 and a perfect 18-0 in…

Marvin A Courtad

Services for Marvin A. Courtad, 93, will be at noon Thursday at Bringman Clark Funeral Home in Upper Sandusky by Pastor Richard Haner. Burial will follow in Old Mission Cemetery…

Evelyn C Deisler

Services for Evelyn C. Deisler will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Clark Shields Funeral Home in Forest by Pastor Tim Benjamin. Burial will be in Wharton Richland Union…

John R Ralston

Services for John R. Ralston will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home in Kenton by the Rev. Loran Miracle. Burial will be in the McDonald Fairview…

Couple celebrates 60th anniversary

Robert “Bob” and Rachel (Vermillion) Shaw of Ada are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married Nov. 15, 1953 in New Hampshire, Ohio. Mary Kay Vermillion (Earl) Todd, sister…

Grand old flags

Grand old flags

KCS makes first cut in hopes of receiving Straight A Fund grant

Kenton City Schools has cleared the first hurdle in hopes of obtaining a multi-million dollar state grant to increase computer availability in the school and broadband access throughout the district.…

USV moving forward after levy defeat

After getting shot down by voters on an attempt at a permanent improvement levy for the second time in six months, the Upper Scioto Valley school board is ready to…

Patterson gets recovery plan

Residents in Patterson will be paying a new income tax beginning in April and council approved a plan from the state auditor’s office to get the village out of its…

Polar Bears close season on strong note

Things didn’t go exactly as hoped for the Ohio Northern football team this season as it stood at 3-4 seven weeks into the season. The Polar Bears were able to…