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Findlay Police continue to investigate a Saturday-morning incident. Reports state officers were called to the intersection of Park and First Streets around 1:30 Saturday morning on suspicion of gunshots in the area.  Initial searches of the area and interviews with nearby residents did not produce any victims or suspects. Anyone with information on this incident […]

Today is the last day for the Ada School District to use hybrid learning.  Beginning Tuesday, January 19, all students will return to on campus learning.  School officials said that they are excited to see all of their students together on campus.  Students are reminded about the school’s safety protocols, which include wearing masks, social […]

The main lobby of Stambaugh Hall on the campus of Ohio Northern University in Ada is the new COVID-19 testing location during spring semester 2021.  As part of the Safe Return to Campus, undergraduate, MSA and pharmacy students submitted their screening tests on Jan. 11, and law students will be doing so on Jan. 19.  […]

The West Ohio Food Bank is planning a food distribution event for Hardin County residents on Monday January 18. It is being planned for 1-3pm Monday at the parking lot off Klingler Road at Ohio Northern University in Ada. However, they are in desperate need of volunteers. Anyone in the Hardin County area who would […]

Three Lima residents are facing drug related charges after an investigation conducted by the West Central Ohio Crime Task Force. According to a release, the investigation was launched after they received complaints from residents and a business. A narcotics transaction was viewed by investigators, which they say required immediate action to intervene.  During the course […]

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services will be issuing 1.7 million 1099-G tax forms throughout the month of January pursuant to federal law that requires reporting of unemployment benefits.  There will be a number of Ohioans who receive a 1099-G tax form in the mail stating that they received unemployment benefits in 2020 […]

A professor at Ohio Dominican University is currently engaged in research to better document owls wintering in Central Ohio. Blake Mathys said that the main parts of the project is soliciting sighting reports from the public. The Union County resident said he thinks there are a lot of people seeing owls and he would like […]

The Forest-Jackson Public Library is inviting participants to find their inner Elsa and create an ice masterpiece. You can pick up a kit with instructions at the library in Forest anytime during the month of January. If you would like to share the finished project, you can send a picture to the Forest-Jackson Public Library […]

(Washington, D.C., January 15, 2021) – U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will provide additional assistance through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), expanding eligibility for some agricultural producers and commodities as well as updating payments to accurately compensate some producers who already applied for the program. Producers […]

January 12, 2021- (Kenton, OH)- In conjunction with Ohio’s statewide efforts to distribute COVID-19 vaccines to Ohioans in Phase 1B starting the week of January 19, Kenton Hardin Health Department and Hardin County EMA are partnering to lead the vaccination efforts. The combined knowledge and decades of training will allow these agencies to continue to […]

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