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(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced today that he has signed five bills into law, including House Bill 215, also known as the “ Business Fairness Act.” “Ohio took the lead nationwide in working with businesses and industry leaders to help develop safe workplace guidelines and keep Ohioans working during the pandemic,” said Governor DeWine. […]

The College Credit Plus speech students at Hardin Northern completed competitive-level extemporaneous speeches this week in class.  Each student was given a speech topic with less than 24 hour notice and needed to create a memorized, seven minute speech with advanced research and proper citations.  The students were evaluated on their ability to construct an […]

The Hardin County Historical Museums is once again doing its letters to Santa program. Santa’s mailbox will be at the museum and will be taking letters until December 9. You can take your child to the museum from 1 until 4 Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and visit the writing center. The letters will be mailed […]

Ada FFA members had the opportunity to attend the Ohio FFA Leadership Night Tuesday. The event was hosted by Benjamin Logan FFA.  The students received hands-on learning about leadership from Ohio FFA State Officers.  It was a great learning experience for all who attended.

A juvenile was injured in a crash that occurred just after nine Tuesday night on State Route 4 in Crawford County. According to a release from the Marion Post of the Ohio State Patrol, the juvenile was driving north on 4 and attempted to pass a vehicle being operated by 23 year old Samantha Burchett, […]

There will be a meeting for Kenton High School seniors & parents on Tuesday December 14. The meeting will start at 6:30 that evening in the high school cafeteria.  The Kenton High School Counselors will present information on Kenton High School’s local scholarship program.   This will include information about the Dollars for Scholarships, the Kenton […]

The Winter Fantasy of Lights gets started this evening in Upper Sandusky. Harrison Smith Park, just east of downtown Upper Sandusky, has been transformed into a light show for the month of December. Suggested Donations are: Cars – $5.00 Commercial Vans – $15.00 Tour Buses – $50.00 The hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday 6-10pm […]

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted and Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Director Matt Damschroder Tuesday announced that Ohio is the first state to implement two technology tools from Connect Our Kids. The tools will help children services professionals connect Ohio’s 3,100 foster youth with their forever family. They were joined by partners […]

COLUMBUS – Ohio Department of Insurance director Judith L. French urges people to winterize their property and secure adequate insurance now to minimize potentially costly repairs later due to Ohio’s harsh winter weather. “It’s time for Ohioans to review their insurance policies and evaluate their financial protection needs for winter,” French said. “I encourage anyone […]

The City of Wapakoneta is holding a vehicle auction starting at 3 this Friday afternoon. It will be held at the Wapakoneta Administration Building. Bid will be accepted for the items until Friday December 3rd at 2:59 p.m.  Items are sold “as is” condition. The vehicles can be viewed at the Public Works Building located […]

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