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Organ donor being remembered in float at Rose Parade

Organ donor being remembered in float at Rose Parade

UPPER SANDUSKY — Keegan Scott Clinger was a free-spirited, big-hearted young man who loved skateboarding and dreamed of becoming a marine biologist. His dreams were cut short when, at age…

Municipal Court News: December 21, 2013

Unless otherwise indicated, all cases were heard by Judge Greg A. Grimslid. TRAFFIC In addition to the fines levied against defendants who are found guilty, $39 in state costs, $30…

Property Transfers: December 21, 2013

RECORDER’S OFFICE Property transfers Lewis B. Purcell to Steven J. Wilson and wife, part of lots 10, 11 and 12, Block 48, Gormley Brothers Addition, Forest. Tax $260. Real Home…

Ada Kiwanis holds Christmas luncheon

Ada Kiwanis holds Christmas luncheon

President Heather Cox called the weekly meeting and the annual Christmas luncheon and auction of the Ada Kiwanis Club to order at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17 at the Community…

Scholarship recipient

Scholarship recipient

Hardin Northern senior Molly Wilson received the $1,000 Hardin County Shrine Club Scholarship during its annual Christmas Party on Dec. 18. Pictured with her are club officers Wes Broseke, Tim…

Winners named for Buy Local First Holiday Contest

The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance announced the winners of the Buy Local First Holiday Contest, which ran from Nov. 9 to Dec. 12. The Alliance partnered with the…

Prize money, seminar dates set for Bluffton business plan contest

BLUFFTON — Bluffton Center for Entrepreneurs has announced prize money and seminar dates its 2014 Ropp Triplett Business Plan Competition. First place prize is $5,000 in business start-up costs and…

Edward Jones reps receive training

Marshall T. Wolowicz, a financial advisor with the financial services firm Edward Jones, and Tammy S. Bryant, a branch office administrator, recently attended an advanced life insurance training opportunity at…

Tough final quarter costs KHS

Tough final quarter costs KHS

ST. MARYS — The Kenton basketball team stayed with St. Marys for the better part of three quarters on Friday night. Unfortunately for the Wildcats, the host Roughriders found their…

After close start, Cory-Rawson blows out Polar Bears, 65-35

After close start, Cory-Rawson blows out Polar Bears, 65-35

DOLA — For approximately the first quarter and a half, Hardin Northern was involved in a battle in a Blanchard Valley Conference boys basketball game Friday night. Hardin Northern trailed…