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Treasurer’s job keeps Ribley in school setting

Treasurer’s job keeps Ribley in school setting

MOUNT BLANCHARD — It’s been a long time since Jodie Ribley graduated from Upper Scioto Valley High School, but she has never left the school setting. Ribley, an Alger native…

Lamb and Wool Queen

Lamb and Wool Queen

Justine Haudenschield (left) was crowned Hardin County Lamb and Wool Queen at the annual lamb banquet Saturday night in Kenton. She is the daughter of Teresa and Charles Haudenschield. With…

McCluer reflects on 24 years of farm changes

McCluer reflects on 24 years of farm changes

Friday marked the last time Gene McCluer will lead the discussion at the monthly Ag Council breakfast. The retiring educator from the Hardin County OSU Extension Office took the time…

KHS FFA member advances to state speaking contest

KHS FFA member advances to state speaking contest

The Ohio Hi-Point Kenton FFA Chapter will be represented in the State FFA Public Speaking Contest. Kenton High School junior Sarah Heilman placed first in District 6, in Extemporaneous Speaking,…

After tough start, Falcons rebound in consolation bracket at DIII state meet

After tough start, Falcons rebound in consolation bracket at DIII state meet

COLUMBUS — Thursday looked like an ill-fated day for Riverdale. Kolten Martin (113) was sent to the consolation bracket of the Division III state tournament first, Mitchel Matheny (120) followed…

Ada’s offense goes cold against Minster

Ada’s offense goes cold against Minster

ST. MARYS — From a defensive standpoint, Ada had Minster right where it wanted midway through the third quarter of their district girls basketball semifinal contest at St. Marys on…

Leipsic’s size too much for Lady Falcons

Leipsic’s size too much for Lady Falcons

FINDLAY — The Riverdale Lady Falcons held the lead for the first two quarters, but the second half belonged to Amber Gerdeman and Leipsic as the Lady Vikings surged ahead…

BL’s Harmon 1-1 on first day of DII state wrestling

COLUMBUS — It was a rough first day for two Ben Logan wrestlers in Division II competition at the state wrestling tournament. Both Beau Harmon at 285 pounds and Beau…

Umberger honored as Citizen of the Year

Umberger honored as Citizen of the Year

ADA — During most any special event in Hardin County you will find Norma Umberger attending. Thursday evening’s annual Chamber and Business Alliance banquet at the Ohio Northern University was…

Fitzgerald new Alliance leader

Jacqualine Fitzgerald has been named director of the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance. Fitzgerald was a board member of the Alliance in 2011 and has served on numerous committees…