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Kathryne Rubright
Kathryne Rubright is an education reporter at The Courier. She graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2015, majoring in journalism and minoring in English. She worked as a reporter at The Commercial Review in Portland, Indiana before moving back to the area. Kathryne enjoys good coffee and bad puns.

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Stories by Kathryne

President praises Lima tank plant workers

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT Staff Writer LIMA -- President Donald Trump praised tank plant workers during a visit...

Conservation area planned

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT Staff Writer The Hancock Park District has a "neat opportunity" to turn 100 acres...

Two face weapons charges

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT Staff Writer Two Findlay men were indicted by a Hancock County grand jury this...

Hancock County traffic fatalities climbing

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT Staff Writer It's mid-March, and Hancock County has seen almost as many traffic fatalities...

L-B school chief: It’s the right time for construction

By KATHRYNE RUBRIGHT Staff Writer Liberty-Benton Superintendent Mark Kowalski highlighted the school district's achievements and reminded residents...