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Police Reports: December 24, 2013

Kenton police April Harp, 232 N. High St., reported her car has been egged three times this month. The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office reported a suspicious male behind Henry’s Restaurant.…

Hardin County community provides gifts for 737 children

Hardin County community provides gifts for 737 children

A few weeks ago, Helping Hands was hoping donors would step forward to adopt the record number of young people seeking gifts for Christmas this year. Director Deanna Wages said…

Kenton OKs raises for workers in 3 city unions

Kenton OKs raises for workers in 3 city unions

Christmas came early for workers in three of the city of Kenton’s four unions on Monday night in the form of wage increases. Kenton City Council approved raises for bargaining…

Five generations

Five generations

Kason James Hill, held by great-great-grandmother Irene Legge, completes five generations of his family. Other members are (front) father David Hill; (back, from left) great-grandfather James Legge and grandmother Pam…

Christmas creations

Christmas creations

The freshman physical science students at Kenton High School created holiday wreaths to donate as part of a service learning project. Each student was given Christmas light bulbs, connecting wire,…

BL visits Honda plant

BL visits Honda plant

On Dec. 13, the students in Japanese Culture, Japanese 1 and those who are currently enrolled in the Japanese National Honor Society at Benjamin Logan High School visited the Honda…

USV defeats Allen East in ‘ugly game’

USV defeats Allen East in ‘ugly game’

HARROD — After a close first half, Upper Scioto Valley was able to put a little distance between itself and Allen East on Saturday night in a 57-42 boys basketball…

Ada girls perform well in Saturday loss

Ada girls perform well in Saturday loss

ADA — It wasn’t the result Ada girls basketball coach Neal Dumbaugh wanted, but he was pleased with a lot of what he saw Saturday in the Bulldogs’ 48-32 loss…

Second-chance points key for Falcons

MOUNT BLANCHARD — At times this season, Riverdale’s shooters have been deadly behind the arc. They were somewhat off the mark Saturday, but the Falcons thrived on second-chance opportunities, owning…

Kistler leads Bluffton by R’dale

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Levi Kistler was too much for Riverdale to overcome on Saturday night, pouring in 30 points and grabbing 14 rebounds to lead Bluffton to a 65-45 win…