TUESDAY, JAN. 3
Ada council – 6:30 p.m., council chambers
The Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance announced the winners of the Buy Local First Holiday Contest, which ran from November 21 - December 15.
MONDAY, DEC. 19
Kenton Board of Education – 7 p.m., board of education office
Ron Zimmerly (left), President and CEO of Liberty National Bank, presents a check to Darlene Foreman, Executive Director of the United Way of Hardin County, in the amount of $6,541.25 for 2017 pledges. The employees’ pledges have increased overall by 10 percent from the previous year.
The Kenton Pizza Hut owners and management team invites the business and community members to join them for their grand reopening from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for 11:30 a.m.
TUESDAY, DEC. 13
Hardin County Airport Authority – 4:30 p.m., airport
Kenton, Ohio — Don’t be surprised if you see pixie dust twinkling around Shannon Allmon, who is an independent agent for Tons of Fun Travel, joins an elite group of travel industry professionals who have attained a special knowledge of the Disneyland® Resort, Walt Disney World® Resort, Disney Cruise Line® Adventures by Disney®, and Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa in Ko Olina, Hawaii.
ADA — The Ada Board of Education canceled a special meeting originally planned for Friday and reslated it for Wednesday at the school. The session is to be mostly in closed session with the purpose of discussing the employment and compensation of public employees. The meeting is to begin at 5:45 p.m.
SATURDAY, DEC. 3
Hardin County Agricultural Society (fair board) – 7:30 p.m., fair office, fairgrounds
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More than 100 Kenton High School students have been introduced to welding in the past two years. Reopening of the school’s welding lab is part of the advanced manufacturing curriculum offered through Ohio Hi-Point Career Center at KHS and the former Northwood building.
Sale of the former Hardin Central property is finally official. Kenton Board of Education President David Haushalter said closing on the sale was completed on Feb. 1. Cocca Development, Ltd., based in Boardman, Ohio, agreed to pay $550,000 for the 12-acre tract on East Columbus Street at Jacob Parrott Boulevard.
ALGER — Members of the Alger council said they were nearly scammed, but will use the experience to their advantage.
Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart met with council Monday night and discussed his investigation into Blue Line.
Two representatives of the company visited council earlier this month and offered to establish a police department at no charge to the village.
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