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The Kenton High School bowling teams opened their season with victories over Bath on Thursday at Hillcrest Lanes.… https://t.co/jkHsg2f0V12018/12/07
Ben Logan swimming standout Macy Arn (second from left) signed a national letter of intent on Tuesday to continue h… https://t.co/i1MUfVm5CL2018/12/05
Community First Bank reported receiving a counterfeit bill. The bill was turned over to the KPD.
A theft was reported from Walmart.
The Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation (OSPF) has been selected to receive a federal Mental Health Awareness Training (MHAT) grant award focused on providing mental health training and promoting awareness of mental health services to Ohio veterans, service members, and national guardsmen/women.
A Kenton man has been sent to prison for 35 months and labeled as a Tier I sexual offender after having sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl and providing her with drugs during a high school football game last summer.
According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey's office, Andrew James Allen Albert, 19, 135 Harding Ave., Kenton, met the girl at a Hardin Northern game and the pair entered the school without permission.