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Agricultural Drone Use is topic of Feb. 22 breakfast

HARDIN COUNTY__The 2024 Conservation Tillage Club breakfast program series will conclude on Thursday, February 22 at the Plaza Inn Restaurant, 491 S. Main, Mt. Victory, Ohio. 

  • 7:30 a.m. with a complimentary buffet breakfast
  • 8:00 a.m. Drone use in agriculture program

Henry County OSU Extension Educator Alan Leininger will provide the program. Drones are becoming more common in agriculture than just for scouting crops for insects, weeds, and disease. More recently, they are increasingly being used for seeding cover crops and pesticide applications in fields throughout Ohio. What types of drones are available and what are the legal and licensing requirements to use these new tools on the farm will be questions answered by Leininger.

Land transfers for January 2024 in the Ada Schools district

The following eight land transfers took place in the Ada Exempted Village School District in January 2024 as reported on the website of the Hardin County, Ohio auditor Michael T. Bacon  and Hancock County, Ohio auditor Charity Rauschenberg.

New shop opens March 1: A&A Apparel & More

A&A Apparel & More has announced its grand opening on Friday, March 1 within Buckeye East Coffee Shop, 123 E Buckeye Ave.

Items for sale will include custom t-shirts, tumblers, home decor and window decals.

Currently A&A has a private Facebook group to announce items for sale.


Richardson and Temple promoted at Quest Federal Credit Union

KENTON__Quest Federal Credit Union has announced the promotions of Kayla Richardson and Jordan Temple.

Spongy moth treatments scheduled by ODA include Hardin County

The Ohio Department of Agriculture will be aerial spraying to stop the spread of the spongy moth–an invasive species that destroys trees and shrubs.

Hardin Leadership Class of 2024 planned

HARDIN COUNTY__Participants for the thirty-first annual Hardin Leadership class, a program designed for the development of informed and effective community leaders, are being recruited now until March 1.