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Center’s fundraiser

Center’s fundraiser

Holding some of the items to be sold at the Crossroads Crisis Center’s Quarter Auction/Bingo Night are (from left) Lynda Barbee, Bev Bahr, Jeanne Luiterbein, Kay Kline and Lois Lautenschlager.…

Ada district seeks renewal

To the editor: I am writing to discuss the Ada Exempted Village Schools’ 2.9 mill permanent improvement levy that will face the Ada voters on May 6, 2014. As a…

USV 2nd, HN 3rd at track meet

USV 2nd, HN 3rd at track meet

DOLA — The Upper Scioto Valley boys track team was second and Hardin Northern was third as the Polar Bears hosted a quad meet that also included Marion Harding and…

Campbell’s 2-hitter leads Raiders to win

BELLEFONTAINE — Kate Campbell hurled a two-hitter as Ben Logan topped Greenon 4-0 in a Central Buckeye Conference softball game on Monday afternoon. Campbell struck out seven Knights hitters as…

Ben Logan to host recruiting meeting

BELLEFONTAINE — Benjamin Logan High School is hosting a College Athletic Recruiting Night at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the high school auditorium. This meeting will have information for athletes and…

Jon Henry opens racing season

ROSSBURG — After a long brutal winter, Jon Henry Racing was finally ready to open the 2014 season at Eldora Speedway as he finished ninth in the feature race on…

Police Reports: April 15, 2014

Kenton police Clarence J. Howard, 517 E. Ohio St., reported that he left the windows of his vehicle cracked and someone had entered the vehicle sometime overnight. Some loose change…

Kenton council OKs more funds for street repair

Kenton City Council on Monday night approved an additional $35,000 to repair streets damaged by the brutal winter. Safety Service Director Jim Hites is optimistic the amount will be enough…

Kenton approves tax break for IP

International Paper will receive a 100 percent real estate and personal property tax exemption for 15 years as part of its agreement to double the size of its Kenton plant…

USV losing family and consumer science program

McGUFFEY — The family and consumer science classes, along with the FCCLA organization will be missing from the Upper Scioto Valley High School next year. High School Principal Craig Hurley…