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Rams stave off late Arlington rally

Rams stave off late Arlington rally

ARLINGTON — Less than a minute after missing two free throws, Upper Scioto Valley’s Dylan Hunsicker stepped to the free throw line with his team clinging to a two-point lead…

State tournament the goal for Raiders’ Swank

BELLEFONTAINE — For Ben Logan senior Beau Swank, today is the next step on the way to his ultimate goal. Swank and 223 other Division II wrestlers begin district competition…

Ada, KHS swimmers advance to finals

Ada, KHS swimmers advance to finals

CANTON — All three area swimmers competing Thursday in the Division II Ohio Swimming Championships in Canton earned a spot in today’s finals. Ada’s Matt Wilcox takes the best chance…

Sign of spring

Sign of spring

Dick Tracy, Kenton, carries the first sundaes of the season to his wife, Angie, at the Kenton Dairy Queen. The eatery opened for the 2014 season Thursday. The opening is…

New facility eyed for Kenton man who set fatal fire

In what facility a former Kenton man spends the next three years has not been determined by Hardin County Juvenile Court. The man, still identified under court order as JM,…

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…