Ridgemont, Ada and Riverdale celebrated homecoming on Friday night.
Kenton Fire Department Capt. Bruce Donnelly rescues a cat after a fire at the home of Shella Holcomb, 722 W. North St. in Kenton on Friday night.
Nancy Elwood Fleming stands with the “Labor of Love” quilt that she made. The quilt displays the Elwood family military veterans.
ADA — With the scored tied 0-0 and 10 minutes left in its game against Ada, the Riverdale soccer team delved into its bag of tricks on Thursday night.
McGUFFEY — Hardin Northern remained unbeaten in Northwest Central Conference volleyball play, defeating Upper Scioto Valley 25-17, 25-10, 25-16 Thursday night.
LIMA — Mykaela Schriber helped salvage what was a disappointing day for the Kenton girls tennis team Thursday on Day 1 of the Western Buckeye League tournament.
Toledo Zoo employee Karen Farrell (left) holds out a chinchilla named Alfalfa for Zander Lehman of Marysville (center) so he can feel its fur during a program on mammals at the Forest-Jackson Public Library on Thursday night.
Riverdale High School will celebrate its homecoming tonight with the crowning of the queen and king prior to the football game against Cory-Rawson.
The Hardin County Board of Developmental Disabilities, Special Olympics and staff members held a dedication ceremony and ribbon cutting at Mathew’s Walkway on Wednesday.
The Hardin County Farm Bureau hosted over 60 people and 26 ATVs throughout this year’s 2nd Annual ATV Tour, held on Saturday, Sept. 24.
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ADA — Monday is looking to be a busy day for Jason Pinkney.
Sunny skies are predicted and the Ohio Northern University professor is not sure what sort of crowd to expect for the solar eclipse which is coming Monday afternoon.
BELLEFONTAINE — Earlier this year, Betty Bondi was selected to be the grand marshal of the Kenton Memorial Day Parade.
It was an honor Bondi said she didn’t expect and will never forget, but the recognition she was given by a group of women in Logan County on Thursday morning is the icing on the cake.
The Ada Board of Education selected a new president and appointed a new member at its regular meeting on Thursday.
Nancy Wood Allison was appointed to the vacant board seat, taking the place of Tara Griffith who resigned her seat at last month’s meeting.