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Items stolen from grave

To the editor: I went to my sister’s grave today (6/23/2013), Peggy Ann Owings, in Dunkirk to put batteries in the butterfly lights I put on my sister’s stone, a…

Youth mini-triathlon planned

Four years ago, Kriss Brien started to compete in triathlons. Her two oldest kids, Preston, 10 and Maddix, 7, saw her doing this and became interested in swimming, biking and…

Second farm champions

Second farm champions

The Second Farm Indians display their championship trophies after defeating the Cardinals 8-7 on Saturday in the finals of the season-ending tournament.  The Indians led 6-3 after three innings. The…

Shannon Renea Gill

Shannon Renea Gill

age 48, Lakeview formerly of Kenton Services for Shannon Renea Gill will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Schindewolf Stevens Stout Funeral Home in Kenton by Randy Manns and Pastor…

Police Reports: June 25, 2013

Kenton police The following individuals were cited for driving on a closed road: Bogdan Pemkalsky, Parma; Michael D. Beekman, St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada; Richard A. Harrman, Sweetwater, Tenn.; Michael B.…

Grade-level pods taking shape at new Kenton school

Grade-level pods taking shape at new Kenton school

The new Kenton Elementary School is starting to take shape on the city’s north side. The single prime contractor, Mosser Construction of Fremont, is moving pod to pod on construction…

Kenton eyes faster action on tall grass and weeds

Kenton City Council, at its meeting Monday night, decided to move quickly on changes to the city’s nuisance legislation in an effort to more speedily address tall grass and weed…

R’dale foundation in place; administrative steps approved

MOUNT BLANCHARD — After months of planning and waiting, the Riverdale Education Foundation can finally begin collecting donations. The foundation was created as a way for people to donate money…

USV board OKs pacts with teachers and classified staff

McGUFFEY — The Upper Scioto Valley Board of Education and its two bargaining units came to agreements on Monday night. The USV Teachers Association and the board reached a two-year…

USV proceeds with less costly roof repair plan

McGUFFEY — The Upper Scioto Valley Board of Education was unable to get a permanent improvement levy passed in May to pay for a new roof on its school building.…