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Police Reports: September 24, 2013

Kenton police Damage was reported to the railroad tracks on S. Main Street near Village Pantry. A third party call was received of a dispute at Clayton Tire. A large…

Kenton finance panel to hear water/sewer study results

Kenton residents will learn about expected changes to their monthly water and sewer bill next month. Julie Ward, with the Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP), will present her study of…

Kenton likely to tap surplus for 2014 city budget

Kenton’s Finance Committee chair expects the city will have to reach into its surplus to cover expenses for the 2014 budget. Councilman Brian Hattery, speaking at Monday’s regular council session,…

Bond set for Kenton student on inducing panic charges

Bond set for Kenton student on inducing panic charges

Kenton High School senior Derick Shane Craig was arraigned Monday in Hardin County Municipal Court on a charge of inducing panic and his bond was set at $75,000. He was…

New Riverdale staff

New Riverdale staff

New staff members at Riverdale Schools for the 2013-2014 school year are (from left) Danielle Helfrich (2nd grade), Amber Ramsey (5th grade), Amanda Schütz (3rd grade), Jill Schlarb (chemistry/physics), Kim…

Riverdale board studies options to reduce electric expenditures

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale Schools was approached by Hancock Wood Electric with a proposal for helping to lower the school’s electric bill. The Riverdale district has been looking at ways…

USV students visit wetlands

USV students visit wetlands

The third graders at Upper Scioto Valley School were able to visit Bryan Putnam Memorial Wetlands on Sept. 4. The wetlands are located on Ohio 385 just outside of Roundhead.…

KHS class of 1937 holds 76th reunion

The Kenton High School class of 1937 held its 76th class reunion at Henry’s Restaurant at noon Saturday, Sept. 14. All were welcomed by President Waldo Scott. The invocation was…

Gophers get poor start in loss

Gophers get poor start in loss

RIDGEWAY — Things went bad for the Ridgemont football team in a hurry on Saturday night. The Gopher defense allowed Riverside to score touchdowns on its first two possessions and…

Bellefontaine runs all over Raiders in rout

Bellefontaine runs all over Raiders in rout

BELLEFONTAINE — Bellefontaine’s plan seemed to be to hand the ball off to 5-foot, 8-inch, 190-pound running back Jordan Baughman. Ben Logan didn’t have an answer for that. Baughman rushed…