Carl and Peggy Caudill recently celebrated their 50th anniversary.
Theresa (Elchert) and William Allen of Forest are celebrating their 25th anniversary. The couple were married Dec. 24, 1989 in Dunkirk by the Rev. Vern LaSala.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krummrey of Ada are celebrating 72 years of marriage.
Virgil and Violet (Casper) Good of rural Dola are celebrating their 70th anniversary.
Polly (Howard) and John David Stevens of Lima are celebrating their 50th anniversary.
Ezra and Roberta Allen Moore of Lima are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
George and Billie Harp of Kenton are celebrating their 60th anniversary. The couple were married Nov. 6, 1954. They are the parents of six children, Harold, Alan, Ala, David, Nancy and Angie. They also have 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
Betty (Seymour) and Billy McNamee of Kenton are celebrating their 60th anniversary.
Gene and Evelyn Haudenschield recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house at Henry’s Restaurant and a family dinner following.
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ADA — After three years of refuse service from Republic Services, beginning in December, Ada residents will have a new provider for their refuse pick-up.
During the regular Ada Village Council meeting on Tuesday, members voted 3-1 (Terry Keiser dissenting) to award the village’s refuse service bid to Wright Refuse, deemed the “lowest and best bid.”
This week the Community Health Advisory Committee will begin its survey of Hardin County residents as part of a community health assessment process.
The committee is working closely with the Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio and researchers at the University of Toledo to conduct the survey.
Administrators outlined efforts to improve instruction of students at Kenton City Schools during the school board meeting Monday night.
Jodi Cole, curriculum coordinator, said teachers and administrators are working to improve core instruction with a goal of having 80 percent of all students being successful without intervention.