This is a response to the letter written by Emery Kahler (Oct. 17).
To all Hardin County residents,
With "Election Day" coming soon I wanted to encourage every resident of Hardin County, that is eligible to vote, to do so.
I would like to ask all of the voters of the Riverdale School District to please vote for the renewal levy for the Forest Jackson Public Library on November 4.
As a fan of Kenton Senior High athletics for many years and as an alumni of KHS, I want to say how proud I am of most of the athletic programs that we have at the high school.
I have lived and worked in Hardin County my whole life (except when I was in college).
For the last 26 years I have been deeply enmeshed with Hardin County Hospice, both by choice and God's guidance.
At least once a year, I try to say thank you to everyone who has supported Love In the Name of Christ either individually or as a member of a church body that chooses to partner with us.
The Forest-Jackson Public Library is the heartbeat of the village.
To the editor:
Reading Ms. Bowers editorial (9-11-14) with interest I am sure each attendee received a different message from Mr Reese.
To the editor:
I am really concerned with how people was treated at the fair this year.
To the editor: I see in a recent edition of the Times that the city is considering not replacing the damaged stop light at the corner of S. Main and Ohio Streets. The principal reason, it seems, is the savings of $20,000 even thought that light probably does some good in slowing down the obnoxious truck traffic on South Main …
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A group of local veterans climbed on a pair of commercial buses last weekend to participate in a trip they will not soon forget.
The bus trip was the second for the Logan County Vets to DC organization.
McGUFFEY — Area veterans have three special places to park for the football games at Upper Scioto Valley.
The brightly painted spots are red, white and blue with stars and a big USA featured on the spaces.
From the time Barbara Maxson arrived as the fiscal officer of the Hardin County Job and Family Services in 2011, she found a friend.
Just down the hallway was Terri Hites-Suter, supervisor of the department’s income maintenance program.