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Ryan Schroeder, the Business Development Representative for Marathon Pipeline, said this week they are finishing up their commissioning efforts, "That is getting all the pipeline and stations liquid filled, and it gives the ability to and make sure that everything is safe, the integrity of the pipeline is there and get us fully operational at the end of the month."Commercial Development manager Jason Stechschulte talks about what completion of the project means for Marathon, "What this pipeline does is it now brings connectivity not only to Lima refinery, but also two refineries in Toledo, and there are only four refineries in Ohio, so all are now connected via the Marathon pipeline system."Schroeder concludes that they have been involved in the community during the process, "There was an event where some of the local community in the Kenton area came and actually provided breakfast to the crews that were working on the pipeline, and this was so appreciated that we returned the gesture and we did some donations to Table One, and we also held a charity golf event and was able to take the donations, the money from that charity and give it back to the community in a number of different ways." During comments, the council learned from Fire Chief Tim Clark that one of the city’s firefighters has taken a position with Columbus Fire, leaving the department one person short for staffing.

Chief Clark said that the list of applicants is nearly depleted.

Charges are pending on both adults, so their names are not being released at this time.

The children were removed from the residence and placed with other family members.

“The experience I got at the salon was amazing and there was always something new and interesting happening,” said O’Conner.

“It was an unpaid internship that I was able to get 165 total hours which eventually led to a job opportunity with the same company.” The school board and staff have been putting a lot of focus on creating more connections in the community to create paid and unpaid internship opportunities for students who are looking to get experience in their field.

“I discovered that there were so many opportunities available to engineers at a place like Honda and they are always doing something different and learning new, more efficient processes to get the job done.” There were 60 main campus students and 450 satellite program students who worked in either a paid or unpaid internship this previous academic year and the district is only looking to increase that number in years to come.

High School Director, Tonya Ramey presented data and requested a new grading scale that would move OHP to a 10-point grading scale from the existing 93-100 scale.

“Ohio Hi-Point students are at a strong disadvantage for scholarships when compared to schools who are operating on a 10-point scale,” said Ramey.

Brian Claybaugh was hired as a 7th-12th grade Social Studies/Government Teacher.

Daniel Mc Culloch was hired as a 4th-12th Band and Choir Teacher.

“I discovered that there were so many opportunities available to engineers at a place like Honda and they are always doing something different and learning new, more efficient processes to get the job done.” There were 60 main campus students and 450 satellite program students who worked in either a paid or unpaid internship this previous academic year and the district is only looking to increase that number in years to come.

High School Director, Tonya Ramey presented data and requested a new grading scale that would move OHP to a 10-point grading scale from the existing 93-100 scale.

“Ohio Hi-Point students are at a strong disadvantage for scholarships when compared to schools who are operating on a 10-point scale,” said Ramey.

Brian Claybaugh was hired as a 7th-12th grade Social Studies/Government Teacher.

Daniel Mc Culloch was hired as a 4th-12th Band and Choir Teacher.

The Hardin County Crime Task Force assisted by the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office, Kenton Police Department, BKP Ambulance, Hardin County Children Services and the Hardin County Prosecutor's Office served a search warrant at 398 E Forest Rd, Kenton Ohio apartment 46 Thursday.