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Slimetime!

Slimetime!

Getting covered in slime are (from left, sitting) Elyse Rall, Halie Noakes, Caiden Schutz and Abby Mellott. The Forest-Jackson Public Library held it’s annual Slimetime book trivia contest as part…

Shelter started

Shelter started

Workers from Hume Supply Inc. pour concrete for the foundation of the new Hardin County dog shelter. Work on the construction of the project began this week and is expected…

Ohio begins work on Ohio 31

Ohio begins work on Ohio 31

The Ohio Department of Transportation began the repaving project of Ohio 31 on Tuesday. The patching of the existing surface is expected to take the rest of this week with…

Kenton couple earn award

Kenton couple earn award

Jerry and Helen Long have been awarded a residential beautification award for June by Keep Hardin County Beautiful. They reside on Township Road 215 in Goshen Township, east of Kenton.…

Sale of former Alger school completed

Sale of former Alger school completed

ALGER — It wasn’t as easy as it should have been, but on Monday afternoon Values For Less became the new owners of the former Alger school building. The company,…

Doors restored

Doors restored

Workers from Centennial Preservation Group returned the restored wooden doors to the west side of the Hardin County courthouse this morning. The restoring work will now be completed on the…

Looking doggone good

Looking doggone good

Lizzie is getting a beauty treatment from Jade Linn during Saturday’s Dog Daz of Summer celebration at the Bark Park in Kenton’s Wharton Park. Helping with the process is one…

Festival helpers

Festival helpers

Pictured are (from left) Ainslee Deringer, 5, Derek Courtad, 8, and Paige Courtad, 6, who helped their parents in the Tree Town Festival ticket booth Saturday. Tickets could be purchased for…

Fun in Forest

Fun in Forest

Tylynn Headington and Jackson Hankins were named the queen and king of this year’s Tree Town Festival Friday evening in Forest. The princess for this year’s festival is Carrington Vent…

Shelter donation

Shelter donation

David Faulkner (center) delivers supplies to the New Hope Ministry Park’s homeless shelter on behalf of the Kenton Elks Lodge. Accepting the donation are (right) Karissa and Jeff Spearman, managers…