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Three-peat!

Three-peat!

For the third consecutive year, the Kenton Galaxy soccer team won the Madison Invitational on Nov. 2 and 3. The Galaxy finished the weekend undefeated and did not give up…

USV, mental health levies fail; Riverdale passes renewal

Once again voters in the Upper Scioto Valley School District narrowly rejected a plea for money to improve its building in Tuesday’s election results. The final tally showed the 1.8-mill…

New system to provide better communication coverage with first responders

The Hardin County commissioners, working with Sheriff Keith Everhart and 9-1-1 Coordinator Tina Whitaker, are planning to purchase equipment that is expected to provide better communication coverage with first responders.…

Many school board, council incumbents retained

It was a pretty good night for incumbents in Tuesday’s General Election as a majority of those already holding office were returned to their seat. School Boards In Kenton, incumbents…

Disappointing returns

Disappointing returns

Upper Scioto Valley Superintendent Dennis Recker tallies the returns for his district’s levy Tuesday evening at the Hardin County Courthouse with board member Nancy Osborn (left) and levy committee chairman…

Police Reports: November 6, 2013

Kenton police Tuesday Adam Lowery, 512 W. North St., reported the theft of his laptop computer by a known person. Kim L. Shope, 130 Summit St., reported that an unknown…

Forest Police Reports: November 6, 2013

FOREST — Forest Police Department activities for October are reported by Chief Shawn T. Taylor. The following offense reports resulting in charges, arrest and/or a pending investigation included the following;…

Warren Douglas ‘Soap’ Green

Warren Douglas ‘Soap’ Green

age 70, West Mansfield Services for Warren Douglas “Soap” Green will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Mannasmith-Schnurrenberger Funeral Home, West Mansfield, by the Rev. Shelley Stephenson. Burial will be…

Ada officials explain the selling of weapons

ADA — In the process of the Ada Police Department’s transferring of used weapons to officers through a local dealer, a situation has arisen that may appear as though officers…

HN honors students

HN honors students

October Students of the Month at Hardin Northern Elementary School are (not in order) Carson Holbrook, Jakeston Cook, Paeghton Cook, Bianca Epling, Bodi Hipsher, Zarchary Spearman, Lexi Thompson, Trent Castle,…