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Melvin L. Long, Sr.

Services for Melvin L. Long Sr. will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Price Funeral Home in Mount Victory by Pastor Max Jackson. Burial will be in Hale Cemetery. Friends…

Janice A. Moore

Services for Janice A. Moore will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 8 at the Indian Lake Community Church by Rev. Jim Ellington. Burial will be in Huntsville Cemetery. Friends…

Payne Chapel traces its roots to 1871

Payne Chapel traces its roots to 1871

Since its founding, Payne Chapel has been a spiritual home for members of the congregation and a beacon for the Hardin County church community. Its roots go back to days…

Kenton panel counters leachate proposal

The offer and counter-offer negotiations between Kenton and Hardin County concerning the city’s charge for treatment of leachate from the old county landfill continued late Friday afternoon. During a meeting…

Young scientists show projects at Ben Logan

Young scientists show projects at Ben Logan

BELLEFONTAINE — The packets were sent home months in advance, the Scientific Method was reviewed, the experiments were conducted, and despite the weather, Thursday, February 20 was the day many…

Students in the News: February 28, 2014

BOWLING GREEN — Several area students have been named to the fall semester dean’s list at Bowling Green State University. To be honored, students must achieve a grade point average…

Ada’s Windle splits pair of matches in first day at state

Ada’s Windle splits pair of matches in first day at state

COLUMBUS — Ada junior Austin Windle survived Day 1 of the state wrestling meet at the Schottenstein Center. Windle lost his opening match by technical fall to Jordan Hendrix of…

Poor shooting dooms Lady Bulldogs

Poor shooting dooms Lady Bulldogs

WAPAKONETA — It’s difficult to win any basketball game for a team that shoots 16.7 percent from the field, let alone a district semifinal. Ada struggled from the field Thursday…

Early deficit too much for Rams to overcome

Early deficit too much for Rams to overcome

WAPAKONETA — Minster grabbed the upperhand early against Upper Scioto Valley on Thursday night. And the Lady Rams were unable make up the deficit rest of the game as the…

Falcons Matheny gets call at State

COLUMBUS — The stars aligned for Riverdale’s Mitchel Matheny (138 pounds) on Thursday, thrown into the fray of state wrestling on hours’ notice when Genoa’s Max Reeder was disqualified due…