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Earl B. Harps

Earl B. Harps

age 92, Ada formerly of Shawnee, Ohio and Denham Springs, La. Services for Earl B. Harps will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Hanson-Neely Funeral Home, Ada by Pastor Jeff…

Police Reports: May 23, 2014

Kenton police Ike Frazier, 122 N. Market St., arrived on-station to report an assault that occurred at his residence. He was transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital by BKP where he…

After 48 years, Ada resident makes her last football at Wilson

After 48 years, Ada resident makes her last football at Wilson

ADA — For the past 48 years, Jane Helser has made footballs. “Jane is THE Wilson employee,” said Wilson Ada Plant Manager Dan Riegle. “Everyone knows Jane. Everyone likes Jane…

Decorating graves

Decorating graves

Veteran Ron Black places an American flag beside one of the markers in Veteran’s Circle at Grove Cemetery in Kenton on Thursday afternoon. The local Veterans Services with the help…

Kenton High School graduation slated Saturday night

Kenton High School graduation slated Saturday night

Kenton High School graduation ceremonies are set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Robinson Field. The Class of 2014 features 22 students receiving special academic recognition. Eighteen students will be graduating…

Talent on display

Talent on display

Clinton Kitchen, left, and Alex Stephens perform the Jason Mraz song I’m Yours during the Kenton Middle School talent show on Thursday morning.…

R’mont board recognizes success of FFA chapter

RIDGEWAY — The continuing statewide success of the Ridgemont FFA was recognized by the school board at its meeting Thursday evening. The board adopted a resolution in honor of the…

Annual poppy drive set Saturday in Belle Center

Annual poppy drive set Saturday in Belle Center

BELLE CENTER — Hannah Johnson has been selected as Poppy Queen for the 2014 poppy drive for the Willard Stout American Legion Auxiliary Post 266 in Belle Center The American…

Benjamin Logan FFA earns honors at state convention

Benjamin Logan FFA earns honors at state convention

On May 1-2, the Benjamin Logan FFA Chapter went to FFA State Convention in Columbus. While there FFA members can go around the state fairgrounds and visit the small expo…

BL student to attend Girls State

BL student to attend Girls State

Benjamin Logan High School junior Tayler Rose will be among the 900 girls participation in the 68th annual session of Buckeye Girls State at the University of Mount Union. The…