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Robert L. Still

Robert L. Still

age 65, Raymond Services for Robert L. “Bob” Still will be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwood by Jim Davis. Burial will follow in Broadway Cemetery.…

Police Reports: November 5, 2013

Kenton police Jody Hayter, 7343 CR 195, was issued a summons for criminal damaging. A report was received of individuals tapping on windows at 107 Clover Lane. Extra patrol was…

Agnes Crates saluted as Ada’s top citizen

Agnes Crates saluted as Ada’s top citizen

ADA — For most of her 100 years, Agnes Crates has been a part of the Ada community, where she has worked for the police department, the water department and…

Alger BPA eyes $2 charge for new water tower fund

ALGER — One day Alger’s 77-year-old water tower will need to be replaced and the town’s Board of Public Affairs thinks now is a good time to start collecting funds…

Kenton plans leaf pickup

Kenton crews will begin their annual leaf pickup next week, announced Safety Service Director Jim Hites. He advised residents they do not need to call the city to have their…

Dunkirk alley plans come in over budget

DUNKIRK — Due to an error in measurement, the Village of Dunkirk will need to come up with additional funds for an alley resurfacing project. Dunkirk Fiscal Officer Phyllis Spencer…

Top USV students named to honor roll

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley has announced its high school and junior high honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2013-2014 school year. PRINCIPAL’S LIST 3.85 gpa or…

Quilt raffle

Quilt raffle

The Hardin County Museum is raffling off a quilt handmade by Juanita Amweg of Kenton. The 94-year-old Amweg donated her creation to the museum to raise operating funds. Tickets are…

ONU hoops coach talks to Ada Kiwanis

ONU hoops coach talks to Ada Kiwanis

Past President Myrna McCurdy called the weekly meeting of the Ada Kiwanis Club to order at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at McIntosh Center, Ohio Northern University. Jon Umphress offered…

Johnson library receives memorials

The Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library has received a variety of memorials and honorariums. This list represents those titles that have been delivered, processed and are available for circulation…