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Riverdale teacher suspended after incident with boy

Riverdale teacher suspended after incident with boy

Toledo News Now, Breaking News, Weather, Sports, Toledo MOUNT BLANCHARD — A Riverdale teacher has been suspended for the remainder of the school year after an investigation revealed she used…

Local leaders ask county for a share of casino revenue

When the State of Ohio first estimated the amount of revenue the new casinos would generate for Hardin County, the numbers were high. Organizations representing municipalities had turned their back…

Doing the small things

Doing the small things

Jim “Basketball” Jones pours some Gatorade into the mouth of Upper Scioto Valley Elementary student Bryce Wilcox during a presentation for Right to Read Week at the school on Tuesday.…

Hope against bullying

Hope against bullying

Espy Elementary students heard an anti-bullying message with the help of a horse during a program for classes on Tuesday. Sandra Tebbe with Project H.O.P.E. (Horses Opening People’s Eyes), an…

Ridgeway hopes to stop illegal dumping/littering at cemetery

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgeway Cemetery is in a remote location away from the village, surrounded by trees. “It is a nice cemetery and we want to keep it that way,”…

Attending FFA Convention

Attending FFA Convention

Kenton-OHP FFA members that attended the Ohio FFA Convention on May 1-2 in Columbus were from (from left, front) Peyton Brooks, Konner Alban, Calynn Morris, Carrie Morris, Robin Fesal, Haylie…

Bike rodeo

Bike rodeo

Ada Kiwanis Club member Charles Van Dyne demonstrates a bike helmet that was given to all youngsters in attendace at Saturday’s Bike Rodeo in Ada, hosted by the Ada Police…

Students in the News: May 13, 2014

DAYTON — Two Ada residents were among nearly 2,000 students who received degrees at the University of Dayton’s spring commencement on Sunday, May 4. Samantha Fell of Ada graduated Magna…

Honoring police

Honoring police

In honor of National Police Week which is celebrated May 11-17, Kenton Middle School National Junior Honor Society members delivered a thank you box of snacks to the Kenton  Police…

ONU prof on UW board

ONU prof on UW board

Matthew Phillips, a professor at Ohio Northern University in Ada, is a new board member with the United Way of Hardin County. He is an assistant professor of accounting in…