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Kenton to try first year of water/sewer rate proposal

Kenton City Council moved a step closer to adopting a modified plan to hike water and sewer rates for 2014. Councilman Brian Hattery, chair of the finance committee, told council…

Oil under USV farmland may one day give boost to finances

McGUFFEY — In recent years, the Upper Scioto Valley Schools hung its future on renewable energy. The former administration planned the district to be a state leader in wind, solar…

Letson project on hold until spring

The Letson Avenue sewer project will be delayed until spring, Kenton Law Director John Schwemer told City Council at its meeting Monday night. Originally the hope was to get the…

Green, Battles to marry

Green, Battles to marry

Sara Green and Logan Battles are announcing their engagement and upcoming marriage. Sara is the daughter of Steve and Susanne Green of Dalton, Pa. She is a 2004 graduate of…

Ada students named to honor roll

ADA — Ada Schools has announced its honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2013-2014 school year. All A 12th grade: Sa’ed Al-Olimat, Brittney Archer, Jessica Hill, Joshua…

Ada band participates in two contests

ADA — The Ada High School Marching Band traveled to central Ohio to compete in two separate competitions on Saturday. The band competed in the Bloom-Carroll High School BC Classic…

Falcons fall short in district final

Falcons fall short in district final

FINDLAY — Prior to his team’s district championship game against Liberty-Benton, Riverdale girls soccer coach Andrew Snook knew scoring chances would be tough to come by for his Lady Falcons.…

No. 16 John Carroll blows out ONU, 47-0

ADA — Tommy Michals ran 22 times for 132 yards and three touchdowns as No. 16 John Carroll defeated Ohio Northern 47-0 in Ohio Athletic Conference football action on Saturday.…

Trophy Bassmasters close season

Trophy Bassmasters close season

The Trophy Bassmasters held their final fishing outing of the season at Lake Erie as they competed in the year-end club Classic. The Classic is an open style tournament with…

Polar Bears win in 3OT

DOLA — The Hardin Northern junior varsity football team defeated Fairbanks 34-26 in triple-overtime Saturday morning. Andrew Stump had 39 carries for 188 yards for the Polar Bears. Wesley Schlatter…