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Alger to counter CSX offer on site cleanup

For many years, the village of Alger has tried to convince CSX railroad to remove the weeds, saplings and trash from the abandoned tracks which go through the village. It…

Kenton committee opposes economic dev. contract

A Kenton City Council committee is recommending not to extend the economic developer contractor’s agreement for another year. Members of the Management Organization and Personnel (MOP) Committee were unanimous in…

Panel waits on figures for Kenton to retake running of swimming pool

If the Kenton outdoor swimming pool opens this summer, it will be operated by the city. That was the outcome of a Finance Committee meeting Monday night at the municipal…

Ben Logan advances

Ben Logan advances

The Benjamin Logan High School robotics team advanced to the Ohio Championships of the FIRST Tech Challenge by competing on the winning alliance at the 26-team Dayton Qualifier over the…

Castle leads KHS wrestlers at WBL meet

Castle leads KHS wrestlers at WBL meet

After losing his opening match Saturday, Kenton’s Dylan Castle bounced back to place third at 182 pounds at the Western Buckeye League wrestling tournament at Kenton High School. Castle was…

Windle wins NWC title for Bulldogs

Windle wins NWC title for Bulldogs

HARROD — “I don’t care if you’re sweaty, give me a hug.” That was the first thing Ada junior Austin Windle heard after coming off the mat following his victory…

Rams rally to beat KHS in front of champs

Rams rally to beat KHS in front of champs

McGUFFEY — On a night Upper Scioto Valley recognized the 20th anniversary of its 1994 boys and girls Division IV state title basketball teams, the current edition of the USV…

USV pulls away in fourth quarter

McGUFFEY — Upper Scioto Valley broke a deadlocked game in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 60-50 win over Shekinah Christian in a non-conference girls basketball game on…

Polar Bears topped by Lakota

KANSAS — Lakota broke open a tight game with a 23-6 third quarter run  for a 68-38 victory over Hardin Northern in boys basketball Saturday. The Polar Bears — led…

Swank leads BL

TIPP CITY — Ben Logan placed seventh at the Central Buckeye Conference wrestling championships Saturday led by 220-pound winner Beau Swank. The Raiders finished with 97.5 points. Graham ran away…