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Several Hardin Northern staff members are alumni of the school. The alumni staff members who were graduates of Hardin Northern were recognized during this Homecoming week. They are in picture above: Front Row-Left to RightShanda Dye, Bob Dysert, Jeff Price, Mike Crist, Nathan Ruhlen, Natasha Ayers, Darlene Wilson 2nd Row-Left to RightBrian Webb, Garrett Eikenbary, […]

Hardin County – During the month of August, Extension volunteer rainfall reporters received an average of 4.32 inches of rain. The most rain for this month, 6.47 inches fell in Cessna Township as measured by Madelyn Lowery. The least rain reported during the month, 3.03 inches was reported in Liberty Township by Phil Epley, followed […]

The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance announced a ribbon cutting ceremony for Wings Support & Recovery at 111 East Columbus Street in Kenton. The ribbon cutting will be held on Tuesday, October 4 at 10:00 am. Wings Support & Recovery will also be having a grand opening celebration beginning at 10:00 am.  Light refreshments […]

Motorcyclists are reminded that riding a motorcycle after drinking alcohol is an extremely dangerous line to cross.  The Ohio State Highway patrol said it only takes one drink to affect your ability to ride safely.  If you plan on drinking, also plan ahead to get yourself home safely.  The patrol encouraged motorcyclists to be smart […]

October, which begins this Saturday, is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Research shows that screening with mammography can detect breast cancer early when it is most treatable. If you’re a woman over 40, schedule your annual mammogram today. Women of any age who are at high risk should talk to their doctors about when to start […]

$2.5 million in H2Ohio grants will go to four local communities around Ohio to help improve drinking water quality and to repair or replace aging water and wastewater infrastructure. In our region, the Village of Nevada in Wyandot County, will receive $800,000. The funding will support the construction of a new 50,000-gallon water tower and […]

The Hardin Northern History Brigade will host its 5th Annual Living History Day Tuesday, October 4.  Living historians from around Ohio will demonstrate many aspects of past eras.  Everything from the Viking Era to the  War of 1812 to World War II will be covered.  Students will learn about Civil War cannons, the roles women […]

Upper Scioto Valley Middle and High School Fall Parent Teacher conferences are coming up soon. They will be held on Tuesday October 11th and Thursday October 13 from 3:30 to 7 each evening.   Parents should call the office to set up a conference time for your student.   They will need to know which teacher or […]

Patrol’s Sergeant Bennett promoted to Lieutenant at the Findlay and Piqua Districts Commercial Enforcement Sections Columbus – On September 25, Sergeant Kristina K. Bennett was promoted to the rank of lieutenant by Colonel Charles A. Jones, Patrol superintendent. Lieutenant Bennett will remain in her current assignment at the Findlay and Piqua Districts Commercial Enforcement Section. […]

Presale tickets for an event at Indian Lake will be sold today. Tickets are $15 if purchased this evening from 6:30 until 8:30 at Indian Head Roadhouse. A Taste of Indian Lake is scheduled for Saturday October 8 from 11am until 7pm. The cost is $20 on the day of the event. There will be […]

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