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Campaign underway for Ada Schools’ levy renewal

ADA — With a five-year 2.9 mill permanent improvement renewal levy on the ballot for the May 6 election, the Committee for Advancing Ada Schools has been working on a…

Kenton man gets 7 years for drugs and weapons charges

A Kenton man was sent to prison for seven years after he was convicted of drugs and weapons charges in the Hardin County Commons Pleas Court. According to court records…

Police Reports: February 21, 2014

Kenton police Amber Cornish, 21376 South St., Kenton, was charged with theft after being arrested at Dollar General in Kenton. Cornish is accused of taking two bottles of moisturizer, a…

ONU student found dead

ADA — The body of an Ohio Northern University student was found in a secluded area of the campus Thursday. According to a report from the Ada Police Department, a…

Urgent need for blood; two drives set in Kenton

There is an urgent need for blood due to the harsh winter, said Audrey Hankins of the Hardin County Red Cross. Since the start of the new year, winter weather…

ONU groups to present ‘Wind Music of Spain’

ADA — Ohio Northern University’s Freed Center for the Performing Arts presents “Wind Music of Spain and New Spain,” featuring the Ohio Northern University Wind Orchestra and the ONU Dance…

Poor shooting, St. Wendelin’s Troike eliminate Riverdale

Poor shooting, St. Wendelin’s Troike eliminate Riverdale

FINDLAY — Things did not go the way Riverdale envisioned Wednesday night during a Division IV sectional semifinal at Findlay High School. The Falcons were cold shooting and their defense…

Phillips leads KHS to victory

Phillips leads KHS to victory

WAYNESFIELD — Austin Phillips had a big night for the Kenton boys basketball team on Wednesday night. The 6-4 junior knocked in 30 points, including 22 in the first half,…

Riverdale cruises to easy win

Riverdale cruises to easy win

VANLUE — After failing to battle back from early deficits on multiple occassions the last several games, Riverdale made sure it did not need to make that effort Wednesday night.…

Raiders have two honored by CBC

Taylor Coy and Holly Parker were the only two Ben Logan girls basketball players recognized on the Central Buckeye Conference’s All Mad River Division Team. Coy, a sophomore, was selected…