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Griffith continues family tradition with Powell Seeds

Griffith continues family tradition with Powell Seeds

ADA — Ted Griffith of Ada is the fourth generation in his family to help run Powell Seeds in Ada. Griffith has been partial owner of Powell Seeds with his…

Tree City USA awards program in Kenton

Tree City USA awards program in Kenton

The City of Kenton was recognized as a Tree City USA in the Northwest Ohio awards ceremony co-hosted Wednesday by the City of Kenton, the Village of Mount Victory and…

Feeding friends, helping neighbors

Feeding friends, helping neighbors

On the first Saturday of each month, Hardin County has breakfast in Alger complete with sausage gravy, biscuits and baked apples. The meal has become a tradition for several families…

Women remember stray who was inspiration for shelter project

Women remember stray who was inspiration for shelter project

A stray dog was the inspiration that sparked some Kenton neighbors to join together to improve conditions for all pets in Hardin County. Scruffy was a stray on the northern…

Slot machines seized in raid at Lady Luck

Slot machines seized in raid at Lady Luck

The owner of a Kenton business is incarcerated and facing possible charges of money laundering and illegal gambling following a raid on his establishment Thursday afternoon. According to Kenton Police…

YMCA auction items

YMCA auction items

Cassie Zimmerman (left) and Beth Hull of the Hardin County Family YMCA stand with some of the items to be auctioned during the Y’s annual radio day auction Saturday from…

Family-owned dairy gets national award

Family-owned dairy gets national award

RIDGEWAY — Small family-owned dairies are getting to be a rarity. But a Ridgeway dairy has been operating at the same location for 60 years through five generations and is…

Distraught mother

Distraught mother

State troopers attempt to separate Angela Kimmel from Kenton High School senior Matt Bahr after she was told her daughter, Maggie, had been killed in an accident in which he…

All in blue

All in blue

Members of the Hardin County Job and Family Services staff wore blue clothing to work on Wednesday in recognition of Child Abuse Awareness Month. Later this month, pinwheels will be…

Online learning takes off through KCS’ KOLA

Online learning takes off through KCS’ KOLA

Most students in high school and middle school wake up every morning, go to school where they learn from teachers from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and then get on…