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Ohio Hi-Point plans open house

BELLEFONTAINE — Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is hosting an open house for high school sophomores from the district’s 14 partner schools at Ohio Hi-Point on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 4…

Veteran, assault survivor at ONU

ADA — Kori Cioca, a coast guard veteran and sexual assault survivor, will be the guest speaker at an Ohio Northern University Law Career Services Brown Bag Brief in the…

Same name, staff and food, but new owner at Michael Angelo’s

A Kenton landmark changed owners this week, but customers and employees will not notice many changes. After 17 years, Michael Shepherd has sold Michael Angelo’s Pizza. The new owner is…

Salon opens

Salon opens

Cutting the ribbon at Tiki Tanz grand opening on Oct. 26 is owner Shannon Bidwell, with Darin Bidwell, the staff of Tiki Tanz, the Hardin County Ambassadors, Hardin County Commissioner…

Kenton closes perfect regular season

Kenton closes perfect regular season

The celebration started early at Robinson Field on Friday night. Kenton opened up a 48-point lead by halftime and was able to pull its starters by the midway point of…

Perry tops Gophers

Perry tops Gophers

RIDGEWAY — A pair of questionable calls late in the first half changed the momentum in Ridgemont’s season finale against Perry on Friday night. Perry scored a touchdown with 32…

Wynford edges Falcons, 47-7

Wynford edges Falcons, 47-7

BUCYRUS — Wynford’s two-quarterback rotation was double-trouble for Riverdale on Friday night. Coming off an 84-8 blasting off Crestline a week before — the first week in which the Royals…

Big second half pushes Indian Lake by Raiders

Big second half pushes Indian Lake by Raiders

BELLEFONTAINE — An explosive second half by Indian Lake proved to be too much for Benjamin Logan as the host Raiders fell to their conference foes 45-0 in the season…

Compressed natual gas big part of Heritage’s $7M project

Compressed natual gas big part of Heritage’s $7M project

A new age in Ohio transportation and renewable energy took a large step forward Friday. Heritage Cooperative had announced last month it would invest $7 million in a new agricultural…

Mental health levy on Tuesday’s ballot

The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board is asking for support from voters in Hardin, Allen and Auglaize counties at the polls in Tuesday’s general election. It is seeking approval…