MONDAY, NOV. 14
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
Tammy S. Bryant, the senior branch office administrator of the Kenton Edward Jones office, recently received the firm’s 25-year Service Award.
Bryant works with Edward Jones financial advisor Marshall T. Wolowicz.
This article is a continuation, from my previous article, about accidents and deaths that occurred from 1855-1894.
The information is obtained from a 2014 Hardin County Genealogy Society publication of newspaper articles, compiled by Doris Blum, that were first published by the Kenton Times in 1955, by Tom Cooper.
THURSDAY, NOV. 10
Ada Board of Education – 6 p.m., board of education office
TUESDAY, NOV. 8
Hardin County Airport Authority – 4:30 p.m., airport
Route 68 Trailer Sales will be holding a grand reopening on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to celebrate moving into its new building at 504 Fontaine St., Kenton.
Kenton radio station WKTN has been sold to a local group, according to a report on the station this morning.
ADA -- The Oscar J. and Judith D. Mifsud Collaborative Learning Center on the first floor of the Heterick Memorial Library at Ohio Northern University was formally dedicated during a ceremony held Oct. 14.
Recent renovations to the first floor of Heterick library have created an open, comfortable, well-lit, media-rich, collaborative-learning space.
ADA -- Paul Nutter, associate professor of manufacturing technology and chair of the Department of Technological Studies at Ohio Northern University, received a Distinguished Service Award from the IEOM (Industrial Engineering and Operations Management) Society during its IEOM Detroit Conference in Southfield, Mich., in September.
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BOWLING GREEN — Rodney Rogers has always gone through life trying to make the most of opportunities. Doing so has taken him from his hometown of Kenton to places such Cleveland, Oregon in the Pacific Northwest, overseas to France and back to northwest Ohio.
Since 2011, Rogers has been serving as provost and senior vice president at Bowling Green State University where he is “making sure that we are delivering a world-class education for our undergraduate and graduate students.”
When two representatives from Blue Line Solutions attended the last Alger Village Council meeting on Feb. 6, they told members their proposal to start a police department in the village at no local cost sounded “too good to be true.”
It is, Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart said Friday.
Everhart said he first heard of the company’s proposal when he read about it in the Times.
When he was 17 years old, Kevin Ochs began taking heroin.
For the next 15 years, he sought help with his addiction in treatments throughout the nation.
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