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Ada grocery worker eyes state Bag-Off title

Ada grocery worker eyes state Bag-Off title

ADA — Haylie Morris is in training for a state title. Her competition won’t be on the track, field or the swimming pool. It will be at the end of…

Area organizations saluted for business achievement

Area organizations saluted for business achievement

MARION — Two Hardin County organizations were among four recently recognized by Alber Enterprise Center (AEC) at The Ohio State University at Marion’s Guthery Community Room for their remarkable achievement…

Former Marine to become Veterans Service Officer

Former Marine to become Veterans Service Officer

Keeping track of veterans records will not be a new experience for the man who will be the county’s new Veterans Service Officer. When Steve Gossard was a member of…

Supporting court

Supporting court

The Rev. Scott Johnson (left) and Kay Rush present checks in support of the Hardin County Recovery Court to Judge Scott Barrett. The $500 check from Johnson for the program…

Ice cream in the blood of family that operates Dairy Queen

Ice cream in the blood of family that operates Dairy Queen

As a third generation family owner of Yankee’s Dairy Queen in Kenton, David Yankee said his family has ice cream in their blood. Yankee’s family connection with the Dairy Queen…

Hardin Democrats told voters need to push for ‘One Ohio’

Hardin Democrats told voters need to push for ‘One Ohio’

“One Ohio.” That is what the Democratic leader in the Ohio House of Representatives Tracy Maxwell Heard told Hardin County Democrats voters they need to be pushing state government for…

Lightning sparks Kenton blaze

Lightning sparks Kenton blaze

A Kenton residence was struck by lightning and caught fire during a thunderstorm Saturday afternoon. Firefighters from the Kenton Fire Department said the lightning strike and resulting fire occurred at…

Mud in their eyes

Mud in their eyes

The romp in the mud was an excellent reason to get dirty and cool off after the annual tug-of-war contest at the Abundant Life Assembly of God Church’s summer camp…

Scrubbing behind the ears

Scrubbing behind the ears

Prior to two performances by the Carson and Barnes Circus Friday at the fairgrounds, a trainer gives one of the circus’s two elephants a bath. A crowd of visitors watched…

Stuffing the bus

Stuffing the bus

Matt Manns of the Huntington National Bank in Kenton and Mary Ann Prater of Helping Hands Outreach prepare one of the 12 collection busses found at businesses throughout the county.…

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