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Program helps kids get nutritious lunch in summer

Program helps kids get nutritious lunch in summer

When the school year ends in most districts, that’s the end of those type of lunches for kids until classes resume in the fall. But for the seventh consecutive year,…

Medical equipment goal of Rotary project

Medical equipment goal of Rotary project

UPPER SANDUSKY — A northwest Ohio Rotary Club project made its way into Upper Sandusky on Wednesday for a pit stop during an approximately 360-mile bicycle ride to raise funds…

Sparks resumes enjoyment of law as county investigator

Sparks resumes enjoyment of law as county investigator

Dave Sparks said he first got the law enforcement bug while in high school. The Ridgemont High School graduate eventually turned that into a 28-year career with the Ohio State…

Dunkirk Festival fun

Dunkirk Festival fun

A variety of vehicles with their hoods up invited festival-goers to check them out at the car show at the event. The comfortable day drew a nice crowd to enjoy…

Hardin County gardens featured in publications

Hardin County gardens featured in publications

The country living books of Judy Condon are recognized by her fans throughout the nation. Her latest publications feature the creativity of four Hardin County gardeners and designers. The former…

Improvements will make fireworks show safer for workers

Improvements will make fireworks show safer for workers

FOREST — Visitors to the Fourth of July fireworks show at the Hardin County Fairgrounds won’t notice improvements made for this year’s display, but those firing the show appreciate the…

Mural touch up

Mural touch up

Marilyn Reed, of Marilyn’s Artistry, touches up the Gene Autry mural at Gene Autry Park in Kenton. The paint had faded since it was created in 2004 by Keith Kasenbalg…

Story time

Story time

State Rep. Robert Sprague, R-Findlay, shares the story of “Beetle McGrady” during the Summer Reading Program at the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library in Kenton on Wednesday morning. Sprague…

HN eyes scholarship foundation

HN eyes scholarship foundation

DOLA — For many years, the Hardin Northern community has supported its graduating seniors with scholarships. The Hardin Northern Community Scholarship Fund, through which the collected money is divided equally…

Change to passing game leads to success

Change to passing game leads to success

Imagine showing up to Robinson Field on a Friday night in the fall to watch Kenton play football. The Wildcats run the football almost exclusively and lose, week after week.…