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Benefit for family

Benefit for family

Bob Rowe is surrounded by his family at the Mount Victory Park, where the community will come together for a benefit dinner and auction Saturday evening. Rowe was seriously injured…

Wies retires after 25-year career at Kenton Fire Department

Wies retires after 25-year career at Kenton Fire Department

After 25 years on the job, firefighter Tom Wies is hanging up his helmet and boots at the Kenton Fire Department. Friday was Wies’ final day on the job, which…

Kicking heroin habit

Kicking heroin habit

Kenton mom: ‘Going to prison saved my life’ It was a battle for Destiny Bushong Lyons to get away from the influence of drugs and she has the scars to…

Fourth and fifth generations operate Sheldon Gas as it marks 100 years

Fourth and fifth generations operate Sheldon Gas as it marks 100 years

DUNKIRK — From the time he was a child, Sheldon Gas has been a connection between Richard Walden and his roots. With the company’s 100 years in business in the…

Kenton Top 20 tries theatrical theme under co-directors

Kenton Top 20 tries theatrical theme under co-directors

In their first year together as co-directors of Kenton High School’s Top 20 show choir, John Hines and Todd Daquino are going with a more theatrical theme for this season’s…

Residents told to open eyes to human trafficking problem

Residents told to open eyes to human trafficking problem

For most of us, the issue of human trafficking seems to be a remote problem. But during a program Wednesday evening in Kenton it became clear the problem is much…

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…