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Tickets available for Hardin Co. Beef Banquet

The Hardin County Cattle Producers will hold their annual Beef Banquet on Saturday, March 22 in the Community Building at the fairgrounds, starting at 6 p.m. Pre-sale adult tickets are…

Wind project is not a farm

To the editor: As a resident of the proposed Scioto Ridge Wind Farm, I want to call this project by what it really is – an Industrial Wind Complex. As…

Hunsicker, Wright lead nine area players on all-district teams

Hunsicker, Wright lead nine area players on all-district teams

COLUMBUS — Upper Scioto Valley senior Dylan Hunsicker was selected to the All-Northwest District Division IV second team, which was released by the Associated Press on Thursday. Hunsicker averaged 14.9…

ONU women open tournament tonight

ONU women open tournament tonight

GREENCASTLE, Ind. — Ohio Northern opens the NCAA Division III women’s basketball national tournament tonight against Transylvania (Ky.) on the campus of DePauw University. This is Ohio Northern’s second consecutive…

Riverdale has five named All-NCC

Riverdale received plenty of mention on the 2013-14 All North Central Conference girls basketball teams as five Lady Falcons received recognition. Senior Jordyn Wright and freshman Sydney Holderman were both…

Polar Bear baseball wins pair of games

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Dan Belliveau and Nick Guitar each had three hit games as the Ohio Northern baseball team picked up wins over Widener (Pa.) and Olivet (Mich.) on…

ONU men edge Clark in tennis, 5-4

ORLANDO, Fla. — Senior Do Thai and sophomore John Mostowy each won twice to lead the Ohio Northern men’s tennis team to a 5-4 win over Clark (Mass.) on Wednesday.…

Craig L. Burk

age 79, Kenton Services for Craig L. Burk were today at the Price Funeral Home in Kenton by the Rev. Scott Johnson. Burial was to follow in Grove Cemetery, Kenton.…

Police Reports: March 7, 2014

Kenton police Christy Crissinger, Marion, was driving west on E. Letson Street, while Damon G. Simon, Walbridge, was traveling north on S. Main Street. Crissinger did not come to a…

Providing educational information helps Homemakers to continue

Providing educational information helps Homemakers to continue

Their numbers are down, but members of the Hardin County Homemakers believe the educational information provided through their clubs is just as important as always. Marking their 65th anniversary this…