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Kenton seeks grant to help younger students walk or bike to school

Kenton will be seeking a $330,570 grant to make improvements to make it easier for elementary and middle school students to walk or bicycle to school. City Council, at its…

Kenton officials weigh options to improve safety on tight curve

Since April of 2013, 10 vehicles unable to negotiate a curve on the city’s north side have ended up in the yard of a Kenton resident. Don Castle, 631 E.…

R’dale hears estimated costs of lighting project for soccer fields

MOUNT BLANCHARD — When high school soccer season rolls around this fall, there may be a different look at the night games for Riverdale Schools. The district is looking into…

BL students’ artwork part of state show

BL students’ artwork part of state show

BELLEFONTAINE — Two Benjamin Logan Middle School students had artwork accepted in the 2014 Ohio Art Education Association’s Youth Art Month Exhibition. The artwork of Anna Blake, grade 6, and…

Job interview winners

Job interview winners

Three Ridgemont FFA members (from left) Riley Drumm, Hailey Marton and Taylor Cronley all won the district in their job interview divisions! Taylor is in the top 10 in the…

Rams maintain comfortable lead in win over HN

Rams maintain comfortable lead in win over HN

Upper Scioto Valley defeated Hardin Northern 52-37 on Saturday to claim a Division IV sectional championship. And while Ram mentor Mike Risner was pleased that his team is moving on…

Bulldogs go on late 12-1 run to beat Waynesfield

Bulldogs go on late 12-1 run to beat Waynesfield

Trailing by six points with just over three minutes to play in a girls basketball tournament matchup against Waynesfield-Goshen on Saturday night, Ada’s season looked to be on the brink…

Falcons have three alternatives to state

Falcons have three alternatives to state

BOWLING GREEN — Early Saturday afternoon Riverdale had four wrestlers who were one win away from qualifying for the state tournament from the Division II district held at Bowling Green…

Ada’s Windle qualifies for state

TROY — For one local wrestler, the chase for a state title continues past the district meet. After splitting a pair of matches on Friday, Ada junior Austin Windle won…

Police Reports: February 24, 2014

Kenton police Friday Cain W.L. Haney, 306 Courtright St., was northbound on South Main Street at Franklin Street, stopped at a red light. Heidi R. Perkins, 16895 CR 86, Forest,…