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County health assessment could lead to more funding

County health assessment could lead to more funding

This fall, Hardin County will be taking a “selfie.” The snapshot gives area agencies a self portrait of programs offered and hopefully highlights any imperfections needing attention. The Ohio Department…

Cemetery board creates ‘firestorm’ over lot rules

People upset with the removal of decorations from graves at Grove Cemetery had their day before the cemetery board on Tuesday afternoon. “I knew we were going to start a…

Nursing home, assisted living coming to Ada

ADA — Vancrest Health Care Centers of Van Wert is looking to annex an 18.5-acre property on the north end of Ada into the village where it plans to construct…

Co-valedictorians to lead Ada High School Class of 2014

Co-valedictorians to lead Ada High School Class of 2014

ADA — Ada High School will honor its graduates of the Class of 2014 at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 25 in the high school gymnasium. Annabel Pinkney and Matthew Wilcox…

KMS flower project

KMS flower project

Kenton Middle School National Honor Society Flower Committee members (from left, front) Keller Stout, Afton Brown, Jenna Gibson, Haley Hunt, Aerin Cummins, Paige Osborn; (back) David Heilman and Chase Fleece…

Lineup finalized for Memorial Day Parade in Kenton

Memorial Day is a day to pay tribute to all who have served our great country honorably and to show our appreciation for the sacrifices they have made. Consider where…

Academic award

Academic award

Belle Center resident Brooke J. Snyder of Township Road 119, accepts an Academic Recognition Award from Jim Reynolds, president of Wilmington College in Wilmington, Ohio. The presentation took place at…

Mistakes cost Polar Bears in de facto BVC title contest

Mistakes cost Polar Bears in de facto BVC title contest

DUNKIRK — In last year’s softball district final, Hardin Northern committed seven first-inning errors in a 9-8 loss. The Polar Bears take on top seed New Riegel today in the…

Former OSU quarterback shares message of God in Kenton

Former OSU quarterback shares message of God in Kenton

Stanley Jackson was known throughout the state of Ohio as a quarterback for the Ohio State football team in the mid 1990s, helping guide the Buckeyes to the 1996 Rose…

Falcons defeat Bluffton

BLUFFTON — Riverdale scored the first four runs and held on for a 4-2 non-conference softball victory over Bluffton on Monday. Taylor Farmer had four hits, including a double, and…