MONDAY, JAN. 8
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
Peacock Water staff members Dan Needham and Jeremy Schreck have successfully completed the professional service seminar at Kinetico’s Service Academy, the training arm of Kinetico Incorporated, Newbury.
District Director of the Farm Service Agency (FSA), Terry Nicholson (second from left), presents Richard Kritzler with a certificate of appreciation for his nine years of service on the FSA Hardin County Committee (COC).
Roger Crowe will lead the Hardin County Commissioners in 2018.
He was elected chairman during the commissioners’ reorganizational meeting on Thursday.
MOUNT VICTORY — Ridgemont Local Schools will be holding a public meeting on the proposed 2018-2019 school calendar on Jan. 11 at 4:45 p.m. in the conference room at the school. The board reorganizational meeting will begin at 5 p.m., followed by the regular meeting and a board work session.
SATURDAY, JAN. 6
Taylor Creek Township trustees – 8 a.m., township hall; reorganizational meeting
The Pleasant Township Board of Trustees will hold its annual reorganizational meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday in the conference room of the Kenton Municipal Building. The regular meeting of the trustees will follow.
MOUNT VICTORY — A meeting of the Mount Victory Village Council’s finance committee is slated for 7 a.m. Sunday at the village offices.
THURSDAY, JAN. 4
McGuffey Board of Public Affairs – 4:30 p.m., village building
The Hardin County Republican Central and Executive Committees will meet on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the party headquarters, 304 W. Franklin St., Kenton.
The committees will have the opportunity to hear from House of Representative candidates Cheryl Buckland and Jon Cross.
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Last fall, Blaze Keim was playing in his Kenton yard, getting mud in his long, blond hair and feeling like a kid.
Those opportunities have been rare in his short life.
UPPER SANDUSKY — For most of her life, Tesla Billenstein has loved music.
“Music is my backbone,” she said. “I don’t go a day without listening to music.”
As Billenstein sang along with her favorite recording artists, she envisioned herself sharing her music with the public.
Few high school graduates are prouder of their diploma than Julie Sparks.
The Kenton resident’s quest to earn the honor began 16 years ago after she walked out of the doors at Kenton High School, claiming she was bullied by the students and staff.