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Lady Raiders pick up victory in home finale

BELLEFONTAINE — The Benjamin Logan volleyball team defeated Greenon 25-10, 25-21, 25-18 in its final home game of the year on Thursday night. The Raiders finish the regular season with…

Bassmasters successful on Lake Erie

Bassmasters successful on Lake Erie

The Trophy Bassmasters left the tough fishing conditions of Alum Creek and traveled back up to the fertile waters of Lake Erie and its adjoining harbors off the Mazurik access…

Elks lodge honors Teenagers of the Month

Elks lodge honors Teenagers of the Month

The Kenton Elks Lodge honored the Hardin County area’s Teenagers of the Month Thursday in a luncheon at the lodge. ADA Annabel L. Pinkney is a senior at Ada High…

‘Bowling Cancer to the Gutter’ fundraiser continues in memory of grandma

‘Bowling Cancer to the Gutter’ fundraiser continues in memory of grandma

Kitty Jo Weber loved to bowl. It was not unusual for her to spend five evenings a week at the Hillcrest Lanes in Kenton, said her granddaughters, Tabitha and April…

Fall decorations

Fall decorations

Antwilla Davis, Jacquline Fitzgerald, Jeff Howard and Judy Cross, members of the Kenton Historic Courthouse District, a chapter of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, placed decorative pumpkin cut-outs…

Mt. Victory gets $800,000 in grants for projects

MOUNT VICTORY — The time invested trying to obtain a Community Development Block Grant by Mount Victory officials, council and community residents in the spring has paid off. While council…

Forest begins action on income tax credit

FOREST — With fiscal issues on the immediate horizon, the Forest council reluctantly introduced two ordinances which would reduce or totally eliminate the village’s income tax credit. The credit is…

Ohio Northern unveils ‘Promise’ to make college more affordable

COLUMBUS — Ohio Northern University on Thursday announced a new initiative designed to reduce tuition, lower student debt and help students graduate in four years. Called “The Ohio Northern Promise,”…

Police Reports: October 11, 2013

Kenton police A verbal argument was reported in the Scioto Village B building parking lot. Hardin sheriff Michael E. Adams, Findlay, was traveling south on Ohio 31 and, due to…

Rosetta A. Barth

age 66, Nevada Services for Rosetta A. Barth will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Lucas-Batton Funeral Home in Upper Sandusky by the Rev. Martin Stiffler. Burial will follow…