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KCS board will allow .5% income tax to expire

Taxpayers received a welcome surprise from the Kenton Board of Education on Monday night. The board, because of its current strong financial position, will not ask voters to renew a…

Report: R’dale staff heard teacher yelling at student

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Documents released by Riverdale Local Schools are shedding more light on a recent incident after a teacher was caught on camera aggressively grabbing a kindergarten student. Documents…

Riverdale board says it is taking proper legal steps in incident

Riverdale board says it is taking proper legal steps in incident

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Riverdale School Board President John Livingston said at Monday night’s regular meeting that the board is taking the proper legal steps regarding last week’s events surrounding a…

Upper Scioto Vallery report marks fiscal turnaround

McGUFFEY — The financial recovery of the Upper Scioto Valley Schools is right on target, according to the five-year forecast presented by the district treasurer. The report by Treasurer Stacy…

KCS OKs road plan, considers another

The Kenton Board of Education approved plans for the extension of roads to serve the new Kenton Elementary School at its meeting Monday night. Called the Morningside Drive extension project,…

Being taped

Being taped

Students Morgan Kohl (left) and Kylie Krohmer add to the duct tape being used to hold Kenton Middle School Principal Kirk Cameron to the wall of the cafeteria Monday. The…

Winning the sack race

Winning the sack race

Northwood Elementary third graders compete in a potato sack race during field event activities on Monday afternoon at the Kenton school. Activities are winding down at area schools, with some…

Green thumbs

Green thumbs

Doris Lowe and Brenda Hanna plant some colorful flowers in pots to be distributed around the municipal building in Kenton for the summer. A corp of volunteer workers spruced up…

Kenton board pays tribute to eight retiring employees

The Kenton Board of Education paid tribute to eight district retirees at its meeting Monday night. Saluted were Mike Mauk, athletic director and football coach (31 years at Kenton, 35…

Members of Ada Troop 124 get awards at Court of Honor

Members of Ada Troop 124 get awards at Court of Honor

Monday evening, May 12, the boys from Troop 124 met at the Ada Park for its Court of Honor. The Scouts planned a meal of walking tacos to be shared…