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Two Extension agronomy programs set for Feb. 11

Area farmers will have two opportunities to attend Extension agronomy programs on Feb. 11. Dr. Matt Roberts, OSU Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, will present a program on…

Lamb and wool queen, scholarship forms available

The Hardin County Sheep Improvement Association is looking for 2014 Lamb and Wool Queen contestants and scholarship applicants. Eligible queen candidates must be age 15 through 20 as of Jan.…

Red Cross blood drive at First Baptist surpasses goal

The First Baptist Church hosted its first American Red Cross Kenton Community Blood Drive on Monday, Jan. 27, surpassing the goal by collecting 56 productive units. Those receiving gallon donor…

Mom, daughter to speak at Lima Aglow

Mom, daughter to speak at Lima Aglow

The Lima Chapter of Aglow International will be holding its monthly meeting on Thursday, Feb. 13 from 9:30 a.m. to noon at WTLW TV 44, 1844 Baty Road, Lima. Guest…

Guest speakers to share testimony at St. John’s

Guest speakers to share testimony at St. John’s

Guest speakers Bob and Diana Simmermon of LaRue will present the message, “Join the Mission – A Story of Hope” at both the 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. worship services Sunday…

Big fourth quarter lifts Riverdale to win

Big fourth quarter lifts Riverdale to win

BUCYRUS — Jimmy Fox scored 29 points and Riverdale could not miss in a 31-point fourth quarter to pull away for a 76-61 win at Wynford in the North Central…

USV struggles offensively in 47-33 loss

USV struggles offensively in 47-33 loss

McGUFFEY — Five days ago, the Upper Scioto Valley girls basketball team was flying high, winning six straight games and earning the top seed in their sectional. Five days later,…

Ada goes on 24-0 run, gets easy win

Ada goes on 24-0 run, gets easy win

ADA — The first 10 minutes of Thursday’s girls basketball game against Lincolnview wasn’t Ada’s best showing of the season. The Bulldogs committed 11 turnovers and scored eight points to…

Fourth quarter costs Polar Bears in loss

VAN BUREN — Van Buren had a big fourth quarter to hold off Hardin Northern 53-46 in a Blanchard Valley Conference girls basketball game Thursday night. Trailing 16-8 after one…

Police Reports: February 7, 2014

Kenton police Richard Bruce Boyer, 223 1/2 Park Ave., was arrested on a warrant from the Bellefontaine Police Department. A juvenile was arrested on a warrant. A water line break…