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Ada’s Windle qualifies for state

TROY — For one local wrestler, the chase for a state title continues past the district meet. After splitting a pair of matches on Friday, Ada junior Austin Windle won…

Police Reports: February 24, 2014

Kenton police Friday Cain W.L. Haney, 306 Courtright St., was northbound on South Main Street at Franklin Street, stopped at a red light. Heidi R. Perkins, 16895 CR 86, Forest,…

Upgrading swimming pool first challenge of Ada assistant administrator

Upgrading swimming pool first challenge of Ada assistant administrator

ADA — Jamie Hall, Ada’s assistant village administrator, was inspired by his father-in-law to take on the role and be more active in the community. Hall has been on the…

Maumee minister: ‘People over politics’ will carry him to victory in Fifth District

Maumee minister: ‘People over politics’ will carry him to victory in Fifth District

Although it’s his first time running for public office and he’s a Democrat in a heavily Republican-voting Fifth Congressional District, Robert Fry believes he can win election to Congress over…

Helping the hungry

Helping the hungry

More than 2,500 items collected by the Upward Basketball program at Christian Missionary Alliance Church in Kenton will be distributed to eight area food pantries. A total of 277 children…

Hardin Memorial earns accreditation

Hardin Memorial Hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for accreditation by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety in…

Hip treatment program coming to Mary Rutan

BELLEFONTAINE — Mary Rutan Hospital announces a new orthopedic partnership with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Beginning Feb. 28, Ohio State’s hip preservation specialists, Dr. Thomas Ellis and…

People need God in their lives

To the editor: I am writing concerning these parents killing their children, and taking other people’s lives, and these people overdosing on heroin and other drugs, and these people that…

Pilot Dogs topic for Kenton Lions

Pilot Dogs topic for Kenton Lions

The Kenton Lions Club held its 67th charter night celebration Wednesday, Feb. 19 at Henry’s Restaurant with 15 members, eight spouses and two guests in attendance. President Judd Robinson called…

Ada has successful blood drive

ADA — The Ada community held a very successful blood drive on Jan. 13 at the Ada Visiting Nurses building on Ohio 235 with a response of 36 donors, collecting…