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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…

Business needs assessed in MV

Business needs assessed in MV

MOUNT VICTORY — The Mount Victory business survey meeting was held at the Plaza Inn on April 15. It was coordinated by Mount Victory Community Improvement Corp to assess the…

Superior FCU planned in Kenton

Superior FCU planned in Kenton

Site work for the construction of a Superior Federal Credit Union location in Kenton is underway in front of the Walmart store off East Columbus Street. Kurt Neeper, vice president…

Liberty National Bank offers savings lesson to Espy students

Employees of Liberty National Bank gave a savings lesson to 75 first grade students of Espy Elementary in Kenton as part of the American Bankers Association Education Foundation’s Teach Children…

Kenton business receives state entrepreneur award

A local business was honored at a state convention in Columbus on Tuesday. Pleasant Precision Inc. of Kenton was nominated by the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance for the…

Selling Alger building

Selling Alger building

A former classroom at the Alger school was filled with spectators Saturday morning as two bidders faced off to purchase the building during an auction. The Upper Scioto Valley Board…

Buxton joins Gidge’s Hair Studio

Buxton joins Gidge’s Hair Studio

Jessica Buxton, formerly of Panache’/2 Dye 4 has relocated to Gidge’s Hair Studio, at 114 N. Detroit St. Kenton. Buxton specializes in acrylic nails, manicures, pedicures, haircuts, color, perms, waxing…

Sheriff’s department, businesses to make prom special for area girls

In her regular visits to the area high schools, Deputy Chrissy Jones realized some of the teenage girls might not have the financial means to buy a formal dress for…

New agents welcomed

New agents welcomed

The Dana Baker Agency of Mount Victory has announced two new agents have joined the office. Stacey Stacklin of Mount Victory and Beth Verbeek of West Mansfield are now accepting…