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Cancer Awareness Week

Cancer Awareness Week

Benjamin Logan Middle School students Corbin Phillips (left) and Bryanna Watts (right) are shown with Principal Deb Johnson. The students were wearing purple for pancreatic cancer as part of Cancer…

Polar Bears advance on PKs

Polar Bears advance on PKs

ADA — As the first half of overtime wound down Tuesday afternoon at Kerscher Stadium, Ohio Northern women’s soccer coach Mark Batman told his secret weapon to start getting ready.…

Ohio Northern finishes strong in quarterfinal

Ohio Northern finishes strong in quarterfinal

ADA — Midway through the third game Tuesday night, nothing separated Ohio Northern and Baldwin Wallace on the scoreboard. Then the third-seeded Polar Bears went on an 8-1 run powered…

Kenton’s quest for state title begins

The Kenton Wildcat football team has been having fun for the last 10 weeks, winning all 10 of the games on their schedule in convincing fashion and cruising to a…

Several Falcons honored

Riverdale was well-represented on both the boys and girls North Central Ohio Soccer Association all-league teams released on Wednesday. Five Falcon boys were picked to the teams led by forward…

Three-peat!

Three-peat!

For the third consecutive year, the Kenton Galaxy soccer team won the Madison Invitational on Nov. 2 and 3. The Galaxy finished the weekend undefeated and did not give up…

USV, mental health levies fail; Riverdale passes renewal

Once again voters in the Upper Scioto Valley School District narrowly rejected a plea for money to improve its building in Tuesday’s election results. The final tally showed the 1.8-mill…

New system to provide better communication coverage with first responders

The Hardin County commissioners, working with Sheriff Keith Everhart and 9-1-1 Coordinator Tina Whitaker, are planning to purchase equipment that is expected to provide better communication coverage with first responders.…

Many school board, council incumbents retained

It was a pretty good night for incumbents in Tuesday’s General Election as a majority of those already holding office were returned to their seat. School Boards In Kenton, incumbents…

Disappointing returns

Disappointing returns

Upper Scioto Valley Superintendent Dennis Recker tallies the returns for his district’s levy Tuesday evening at the Hardin County Courthouse with board member Nancy Osborn (left) and levy committee chairman…