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Knoll looks to extend record-setting year

  MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale’s Seth Knoll has had a record-setting spring as a pole vaulter for the Riverdale track team, setting a school mark of 14 feet, 6 inches…

Ram relays ready for regionals

Ram relays ready for regionals

  McGUFFEY — When the four members of the Upper Scioto Valley 400- and 800-meter relay teams head to the track for Division III regional competition in Findlay today, they…

Police and Sheriff Reports: May 28, 2014

Kenton police An officer was dispatched to 903 Steiner Ave. in reference to the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Upon arrival, the victim, Robert Nickles, advised his vehicle was…

Susan Ann “Butch” Henley

Susan Ann “Butch” Henley

Age, 81 Susan Ann “Butch” Sheldon Henley, formerly of Dunkirk, died May 21, 2014. Born to Russell Holmes Sheldon and Marion J. Sherrick Sheldon, November 25, 1932 in Dunkirk, Ohio,…

Family Fun Day and Car Show returns to aid tumor foundation

Family Fun Day and Car Show returns to aid tumor foundation

Sunday will mark the fifth annual Family Fun Day and Car Show, which has gained a reputation annually as an enjoyable day for the family to go and raise money…

Benjamin Logan to graduate 134 students on Friday night

Benjamin Logan to graduate 134 students on Friday night

BELLEFONTAINE — One hundred thirty-four Benjamin Logan seniors will receive their diplomas at the 44th annual graduation ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday in the high school gymnasium. Addressing this year’s…

Health board USV needs to get own school nurse, delays Forest pool opening

The Upper Scioto Valley School District will be hiring its own school nurse next year and the Forest Swimming Pool will delay its opening this spring following action by the…

Ada seeks renewal of pool income tax

ADA — At a special meeting Tuesday, the Ada Village Council moved one step closer to placing a .15 percent income tax levy renewal on the November ballot. The purpose…

Kenton water, sewer rates covering costs

Kenton City Council received positive news about the city’s changes in water and sewer rates. Through the first few months of the year, the Finance Committee reports that the changes…

Laundromat owners get more time repairs

The Kenton-Hardin Health Board gave a Kenton business 30 days last month to address concerns with a leaking roof. That time has expired and after attending Tuesday’s board meeting, Jan…