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Kenton motorist kills boy, 8, in West Liberty

WEST LIBERTY — An 8-year-old boy trying to cross a street in West Liberty was struck and killed by a Kenton motorist on Thursday morning. The boy, Colton Furrow, was…

Benjamin Logan team ranks high in TEAMS competition

Benjamin Logan team ranks high in TEAMS competition

BELLEFONTAINE — The Benjamin Logan High School teams performed well in Ohio and USA rankings for the TEAMS (Test of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science) engineering problem-solving competition that took…

Last Ridgeway class wants special case for school bell

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgeway High School class of 1963 is starting a fund to create a special display case for the former Grassy Point school bell. Jim Hill and Paul…

Karaoke winners

Karaoke winners

Forest Gridiron’s new owner, Deanna Pahl (third from left)is pictured with Karaoke contest winners (from left) Ed Davidson, third place; Lyndsay Krueger, second place and Josh Hawkins, first place. There…

‘Improvising a Cure’ benefit concert set at BL

BELLEFONTAINE — The Benjamin Logan Instrumental Music Dept. will be holding a benefit concert on Thursday, April 11 at 6 p.m. in the high school commons to raise money for…

UF group to sing with Heidelberg U. chorus

FINDLAY  — The University of Findlay Concert-Chorale and the Heidelberg University Community Chorus will present “Carmina Burana” by Carl Orff at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 7 in the Findlay High…

Program not an ‘entitlement’

To the editor: I am concerned that the Republicans have labeled Social Security an “entitlement.” Entitlements are gifts or awards for something that a person receives because of status. However,…

Pomona Grange members tour New Hope facility

Pomona Grange members tour New Hope facility

Hardin County Pomona Grange met Saturday at the New Hope Ministry Center for their regular meeting with President Joan White presiding. Pastor Jason Manns of New Hope Fellowship Church gave…

Blood drive nets 56 units

The Kenton Moose Family Center hosted an American Red Cross blood drive on Feb. 25, collecting 56 productive units. Those receiving gallon donor award pins were: Bradley Conklin – 1…

Service Notes: March 28, 2013

Service Notes: March 28, 2013

PV2 Mackenzie Davie has completed MOS training at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, to become an Army combat medic. Following the 18-week course, she also earned certification in the…