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Raiders place 10th

ST. PARIS — The Ben Logan girls cross country team placed 10th in a 17-team field Saturday at the Graham Invitational. The Raiders, who scored 232 points, were led by…

BL splits tri-match

BELLEFONTAINE — The Benjamin Logan freshmen volleyball team split a tri-match Saturday. The Raiders lost to Fort Loramie in their first match 25-14, 19-25, 25-20 and then beat Tippecanoe in…

Police Reports: September 16, 2013

Kenton police Sunday Angel Laffery, 457 Waterworks Drive, was arrested and issued a summons for persistent disorderly conduct. Jeremy Slusher, 348 N. Wayne St., was arrested on a bench warrant.…

Helen L. Hadley

age 93, Alger Memorial services for  Helen L. Hadley will be at 2 p.m. Friday, May 2, 2014  at the Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada. Burial will be at the…

Strong work ethic, education key to students’ success, says HN’s Wilson

Strong work ethic, education key to students’ success, says HN’s Wilson

DOLA — As director of student services at Hardin Northern, Andy Wilson tries to stress to his students the importance of a good work ethic and learning lessons through adversity.…

Kenton puts on ‘Sawmiller show,’ wins home opener in rout

It was the Justin Sawmiller show at Robinson Field on Friday night. The Kenton senior scored four of his five touchdowns – including a 67 yard put return for a…

Careyt uses passing game to top Falcons

Carey is not typically known for their passing skills, but Friday night at Wentling Field, quarterback Matthew Holsinger put on a clinic. The senior gunslinger completed his first nine passes…

Indian Lake hands USV its first defeat

Josh Spencer wanted his Upper Scioto Valley Rams to get a fast start against Indian Lake Friday night, but a strong running attack from the Lakers prevented that from happening.…

Gophers’ offense can’t get going in loss

Ridgemont’s defense could not have played much better Friday night. Unfortunately for the Gophers, the same couldn’t be said about its offense following a 16-0 nonconference football loss to Middletown…

Alger woman set to celbrate 100 years of memories

Alger woman set to celbrate 100 years of memories

Marzell Burrell soon will be celebrating 100 years of memories. When she was growing up, Marzell never imagined she would be celebrating her 100th birthday in Alger, Ohio, she said.…