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Emergency responders, others attend hazmat tabletop exercise

Emergency responders, others attend hazmat tabletop exercise

Members of various Hardin County Emergency Response and support agencies participated in the 2013 Hardin County Hazmat Tabletop Exercise Wednesday, Oct. 23 at the Jacob Parrott Safety Center in Kenton.…

Looking for room

Looking for room

Upper Scioto Valley senior George Bauer tries to avoid a pair of tacklers Friday on a kickoff return during the first quarter of the Rams’ 62-26 loss to Lehman Catholic…

Wuethrich saluted for service to Keep Hardin Co. Beautiful

Wuethrich saluted for service to Keep Hardin Co. Beautiful

Keep Hardin County Beautiful hosted its 22nd annual banquet on Tuesday, Oct. 22 at the First United Methodist Church. The theme of the banquet this year was “I Want to…

Hardin Co. soybean fields part of statewide yield study

Five Hardin County soybean fields were part of a statewide OSU Extension Soybean Yield-Limiting Factor Study to determine how to increase production, profits, and quality for local farmers. This research…

Ada grad Jackson making most of opportunity at BGSU

Ada grad Jackson making most of opportunity at BGSU

BOWLING GREEN — Heath Jackson led Ada on the football field during his four years as a Bulldog. And now, in his fourth year at Bowling Green, the redshirt junior…

Bulldogs ready for season-finale showdown with LCC

ADA — Coming off its best win of the season last Friday, the Ada football team now faces a game it’s been looking forward to for a while. The Bulldogs…

Police Reports: November 1, 2013

Kenton police Paul T. Keen, 339 N. High St., was cited for speeding. A possible domestic problem was reported at 398 E. Forest Road. The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office reported…

Wind topples communications tower

Wind topples communications tower

An overnight wind storm knocked out emergency communications for portions of Hardin County late Thursday night and blew out windows, damaged roofs and downed a tree in Kenton’s business district.…

County weighs options for animal shelter after bids top estimate

The Hardin County Commissioners were forced to reject the bids for the new animal shelter after they came in more than expected, but the future of the shelter may be…

Facing fiscal emergency, Patterson adopts income tax

PATTERSON — Residents in Patterson will begin paying a village income tax beginning in April On May 14, Patterson was placed on fiscal emergency by the Ohio Auditor’s Office. The…