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One person was killed in a crash to start the weekend in Marion County. According to a release from the Marion Post of the Ohio State Patrol, Marsha E. Hartman, 62 of Galion, lost control of her vehicle while driving west on State Route 309. The car went off the right side of the road […]

The deadline to file Nominating Petitions for the 2021 General Election is August 4 at 4:00 p.m.   According to a release, petitions can be picked up at the Hardin County Board of Elections office for Members of the Board of Township Trustees, School Board Members and Village Offices, including Council Members, Members of Boards of […]

COLUMBUS – The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be joining forces with other members of the 6-State Trooper Project to focus on Move Over enforcement. The initiative began on Sunday, July 18 at 12:01 a.m. and will continue through Saturday, July 24 at 11:59 p.m. The high-visibility enforcement will include the Indiana State Police, Kentucky […]

Several construction projects are anticipated to affect highways in Hardin County this week. State Route 37 between the village of Forest and the Hancock County line may have temporary traffic impacts for finish work following a resurfacing project. State Route 53 between the village of Forest and the city of Kenton may have temporary traffic […]

During an OVI checkpoint Saturday night in Allen County, 251 vehicles drove through and were checked.  According to a release, none of the vehicles that came through the checkpoint were diverted for further investigation.  Following the checkpoint officers and troopers worked a saturation patrol in and around the city of Lima and Allen County. No […]

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine reminded Ohio business owners that grants are available through the Ohio Department of Development to help small and medium-sized businesses recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. A total of $310 million is being offered across four grant programs to help new businesses that opened in 2020, food and beverage […]

Hardin Northern fall athletes in grades 7 – 12 are reminded that they must have a valid physical and completed paperwork on file in the athletic office prior to the start of practice.   The physical packet and a school forms packet both need to be completed.   The forms can be picked up outside the athletic […]

The Ridgemont School District is looking to fill several positions for the new school year. Ridgemont is now hiring a Kindergarten through 12 grade intervention specialist, transportation supervisor and band and choir teacher for grades 3 through 12. Full job descriptions and application instructions for these positions can be found at or

The 2nd Annual Upper Scioto Valley Student Needs Outing has been scheduled for August 7. It will be held at Colonial Golfers Club. The cost is $60 for one player and $240 for a team of four. A meal will be provided along with two drink tickets. The event raises money for the Student Needs […]

The Hancock County Battle of the Badges blood drive will be on August 9th at the Findlay Elks Club located at 900 West Melrose.   The blood drive will be from noon until 6 and when you donate you can pick which organization you would like to support between the Sheriff’s Office, Findlay Police Department, Findlay […]

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