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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…

Julie B. James

Services for Julie James will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in    Ada by the Rev. G. Alan Brown, O.S.L. and Pastor Courtnie Morton. Burial will…

USV inductees

USV inductees

Kenton Councilwoman Patti Risner has three main passions in her life: serving the city of Kenton, serving Not By Choice Outreach and working with the Dream Center of Ohio. Risner,…

Damaged farm

Damaged farm

Kenton pulls away in second quarter of 40-point victory

Kenton pulls away in second quarter of 40-point victory

MANSFIELD — With the score tied and the game very much in doubt, Matt Bahr knew he could get two yards and a first down when the Kenton football team…

Ada plays ‘defensive symphony’ in 35-0 regional semi win

Ada plays ‘defensive symphony’ in 35-0 regional semi win

WAPAKONETA — Heading into Friday’s Division VI Region 20 semifinal, Ada senior Saed Al-Olimat said when the Bulldogs’ defense played properly it was like a piano playing one of Beethoven’s…

Kenton couple inspired to help children of underdeveloped nations

Kenton couple inspired to help children of underdeveloped nations

A year ago, Jim Evans of Kenton had not heard of the Children of the Nations, but the story of a 14-year-old boy named José touched his heart and changed…