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Ada store gives artists space to show, sell work

Ada store gives artists space to show, sell work

ADA — For shoppers looking for a unique gift for a special person, the Artist Boutique on Main in Ada is a gold mine. The store, located at 117 S.…

Activities in June

Hardin County is heating up in June with lots of activities. Before your calendar fills up, be sure to include some of these great events in your plans. Hardin County…

Center opening

Center opening

Jolene Joseph (center, left) and Janis Sunderhaus cut the ribbon for the opening of the Kenton Community Health Center Wednesday as an overflow crowd of staff and supporters looks on…

Ribbon-cutting set for new health center site

The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance will conduct a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Kenton Community Health Center, 111 West Espy St., Kenton, on Wednesday, June 4 at noon. The ceremony…

Walton elected to board

Walton elected to board

FOREST — Douglas E. Walton has been elected to the Board of Directors of Community First Bank, N.A., a subsidiary of Community First Banc-shares, Inc. of Forest, Kenton and Upper…

Orthopedic doctor joins HMH

Orthopedic doctor joins HMH

OhioHealth Hardin Memorial Hospital and OhioHealth Marion Area Physicians (MAP formerly known as Smith Clinic) announce the orthopedic services of Aaron M. Fritz, DO FACOG are now available at the…

Stockholders elect Community First Bancshares board

FOREST — Community First Bancshares, Inc., the holding company of Community First Bank, N.A. of  Forest, Kenton, and Upper Sandusky, held its’ annual stockholders meeting April 16 at the Forest…

City planners OK zoning change for new business

Plans continued to move forward for a new business to be located in Kenton at an abandoned gas station. Tina Wireman plans to open a linen laundry at the old…

Heritage complex to open in June

The new fuel station at Heritage Cooperative should be operational in June, according to a report to the Ag Council at its monthly breakfast Friday in Kenton. The weather has…

International Paper gets state tax credit for expansion plan

International Paper has been awarded a 60-percent, eight-year tax credit as a result of the company’s planned expansion project in Kenton. The Ohio Tax Credit Authority on Monday approved the…