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Heroin blamed for increase in child abuse/neglect cases

Heroin blamed for increase in child abuse/neglect cases

If it seems as though the staff at the Hardin County Job and Family Services is wearing blue a lot lately, it isn’t due to a fashion statement. Blue is…

Exchange students share ‘amazing’ experiences at KCS

Two exchange students shared highlights of their experiences in Kenton at Monday’s meeting of the Kenton Board of Education. Gresa Rashiti of Serbia and Ereza Gjekolli of Kosovo are attending…

Money spent on Alger building is questioned

ALGER — The community building in the Alger Park had been given a new lease on life through a $16,000 grant to be used to repair the building which council…

Dunkirk to replace siren

DUNKIRK — The Northern Hardin Fire Department building/village office is in need of a new emergency alert siren. The defunct siren, which is currently resting behind the department on its…

BL wins robotics event

BL wins robotics event

The Benjamin Logan High School robotics team competed last week at the National Robotics Challenge with 400 robots built by 1,000 participants of 72 schools from 10 states. Their RoboHockey…

Couple celebrates 50th

Couple celebrates 50th

Tom and Norma (Cavin) Althouse of Schertz, Texas, are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. The couple was married April 20, 1963. Tom is the son of the late Ida Pearl…

Students in the News: April 15, 2013

FINDLAY — Justine Prater, a freshman physical therapy major, has been awarded the University of Findlay’s Emerson and Laura Pelton Scholarship for the 2012-13 academic year. Prater, a 2012 graduate…

Service Notes: April 15, 2013

Service Notes: April 15, 2013

PV2 Cory “Benjamin” Shepherd has completed MOS training at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas to become an army combat medic. He took an 18-week course where he also earned…

Ridgemont boys second, girls fourth at own invitational

Ridgemont boys second, girls fourth at own invitational

RIDGEWAY — The host Ridgemont boys track team won three events and was second in eight more on the way to a second place finish at the Antique Alley Invitational…

Raiders claim own Micah Gregg tourney

Raiders claim own Micah Gregg tourney

BELLEFONTAINE — The Ben Logan baseball team won its own Micah Gregg Memorial Tournament for the fifth straight year on Saturday topping Riverside 9-0 and Cedarville 11-4. Against Riverside, the…