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Raiders eliminated 4-1 by Greenon

ENON — Host Greenon defeated Ben Logan 4-1 in the opening round of Division II sectional boys soccer play on Tuesday. After falling behind 2-0 in a driving rain storm,…

Ben Logan wins opener easily

TECUMSEH — The Ben Logan volleyball team defeated Trotwood Madison 25-12, 25-11, 25-13 in an opening round Division II sectional matchup at Tecumseh on Tuesday. Taylor Quay knocked down 8…

USV, Gophers have players honored

Upper Scioto Valley and Ridgemont did not receive any first team selections on the All-Northwest Central Conference volleyball teams that were released on Tuesday. However, the Rams and Gophers were…

Bulldogs eliminated

BLUFFTON — Becca Schutz had three goals as Cory-Rawson blanked Ada 6-0 in a Division III girls sectional soccer matchup at Bluffton on Tuesday night. The Hornets  tallied three goals…

Police Reports: October 16, 2013

Kenton police Ronald G. Mills, Prospect, was arrested on a warrant from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and cited for failure to reinstate and an FRA violation. Joshua E. Lowe,…

Angela “Bun” Dick

age 70, Ada A celebration of life for Angela “Bun” Dick will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Hanson-Neely Funeral Home in Ada. Friends may call 2-6 p.m. Saturday.…

Kenton eyes proposal to double city’s water rates

A proposal to double the cost of Kenton’s water service while slightly reducing sewer rates for 2014 was presented to the Finance Committee of Kenton City Council on Tuesday night.…

Commissioners: Budget requests exceed revenue

The Hardin County Commissioners will be working with the various department heads to reduce their proposed budgets for the coming year. Auditor Mike Bacon told the department leaders at a…

Healthy Lifestyles Coalition plans campaign

Healthy Lifestyles Coalition plans campaign

Hardin County’s Healthy Lifestyles Coalition is looking to raise funds through its new “Healthy Horse” campaign. Coalition member Cindy Keller of the Kenton-Hardin Health Department, explained the campaign at the…

Ada on track with project on former concrete streets

ADA — The pace has picked up on Ada’s concrete streets project and now appears to be on schedule. Village Administrator Jim Meyer informed Ada council members at Tuesday’s meeting…