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Many school board, council incumbents retained

It was a pretty good night for incumbents in Tuesday’s General Election as a majority of those already holding office were returned to their seat. School Boards In Kenton, incumbents…

Disappointing returns

Disappointing returns

Upper Scioto Valley Superintendent Dennis Recker tallies the returns for his district’s levy Tuesday evening at the Hardin County Courthouse with board member Nancy Osborn (left) and levy committee chairman…

Variety of issues, candidates on Tuesday’s election ballot

There are several contested races and issues to be decided Tuesday at the polls in Hardin County. Voting will be from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Precincts and locations are…

Wren vies for Kenton council seat

Wren vies for Kenton council seat

Pegg Wren is a candidate for council-at-large on Kenton City Council. After the original article appeared in the Times listing the other three candidates – Brian Hattery, Patti Risner and…

Precincts, locations set

Voting hours will be 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Election Day. Precincts and locations are as follows: Kenton 1 – Community Building, Fairgrounds Kenton 2 – Arts and…

Mental health levy on Tuesday’s ballot

The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board is asking for support from voters in Hardin, Allen and Auglaize counties at the polls in Tuesday’s general election. It is seeking approval…

Grove Cemetary seeks tax increase

A tax increase to benefit Grove Cemetery is on the ballot in Kenton and three townships in Tuesday’s election. Voters in the city as well as Buck, Goshen and Pleasant…

Two vie for Kenton treasurer’s post

Two vie for Kenton treasurer’s post

Two candidates – Terri Downey and Donald “Mitch” Mitchell” – are vying for the position of Kenton city treasurer in Tuesday’s election. They were asked to complete a questionnaire about…

Five compete for three openings on Kenton school board

Five compete for three openings on Kenton school board

Five candidates are vying for three, four-year terms on the Kenton Board of Education in the Nov. 5 election. They are Russell Blue, David Haushalter, Jason Howe, Mark McCullough and…

Support Osborne for trustee

To the editor: Dear Marion Township voters, In just a few weeks, on November 5, you will have an opportunity to vote for Paul Osborne as a Marion Township Trustee.…

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