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Prescription Drug Take Back Day Next Week in Union County

Written by on 17 October 2018

A prescription drug take back day is scheduled for next week in Union County.   The Union County Sheriff’s Office, located at 221 West 5th Street in Marysville will be the location to drop off unused, expired and unwanted prescription medications.   It will be held Saturday October 27 from 10am to 2pm, and the […]

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Honda Accord 9th Fastest Selling Used Car in Nation

Written by on 17 October 2018

The Honda Accord, made in Marysville, was the ninth-fastest-selling used car in the nation.   The Accord sat on the lot an average of 35.5 days, according to an iSeeCars. com study.   The Toyota Prius C was the fastest-selling used car in the country with an average of 29.6 days on the market, with […]

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Eight Receive Awards at 2018 Alumni Association Breakfast

Written by on 17 October 2018

During Homecoming and Family Weekend 2018, the University of Findlay’s Alumni Association recognized eight alumni, faculty and staff members who exemplify the values, ethics and mission of the University. They included: John R. Haley ‘81 John R. “J.R.” Haley was named a Distinguished Alumnus. Haley ’81 retired from Marathon in 2017 after more than 36 […]

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Rushsylvania Woman Loses Appeal on Murder Charge

Written by on 16 October 2018

A Logan County woman, who is serving a sentence of 15 years to life in prison has lost an appeal.   According to the document filed in the Ohio Third District Court of Appeals, the court overruled five assignment of errors, including one that claimed there was insufficient evidence to convict her, and affirmed the […]

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Kenton Man Injured in Weekend Crash on SR 309

Written by on 16 October 2018

A Kenton man was injured in a two vehicle crash that occurred back over the weekend on State Route 309 near County Road 145.   According to information from the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, Larry Ludwig was driving a pickup truck west on 309 in the wrong lane of travel. Martha England, of Kenton, who […]

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Red Cross Providing Assistance to Hurricane Victims

Written by on 16 October 2018

Six days after Hurricane Michael slammed into the southeast, thousands of people are living in dire conditions. The American Red Cross is with them, helping people in Florida, Georgia and Alabama as they struggle to get back on their feet. More than 1,500 people remain in Red Cross shelters throughout the southeast. As thousands begin […]

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Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle in Lima

Written by on 16 October 2018

A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in Lima this past Sunday night.   According to a release from the Lima Post of the Ohio State Patrol, 64 year old Donald E. Harrod was walking on Flanders Road and was struck by a westbound semi being operated by 64 year old Danny Stevens, of Lima. […]

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Man Arrested Following Domestic Disturbance in Union County

Written by on 16 October 2018

A Richwood man was arrested following a domestic argument in Union County.   According to the media release from the Union County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to the 25,000 block of State Route 4 to investigate a fight between a man and woman this past Sunday night.   After further investigation, 21 year old […]

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Item Stolen from Tool Shed in Kenton

Written by on 16 October 2018

A breaking and entering was reported to Kenton police on Monday.   According to the report, officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Kohler Street to investigate the incident.   It was discovered that an air compressor was stolen from a tool shed on the property.   The incident is under investigation.

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