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Large crowd gathers for Harvest & Herb Fest in Ada

Large crowd gathers for Harvest & Herb Fest in Ada

A large crowd filled the streets of Ada to search for crafts, enjoy festival food and hear music from area bands during the 28th annual festival. Times photos by Dan…

Comforting kids

Comforting kids

The Kenton Moose Family Center purchased four dozen Tommy Moose dolls which were distributed to area fire and law enforcement agencies. The toys are meant to be a source of…

Making progress

Making progress

Workers build walls in the common area of the Kenton Elementary School project on Thursday afternoon, as a group of school and community leaders check on the construction progress. The…

R’mont unveils two-story design for school

R’mont unveils two-story design for school

RIDGEWAY — Three goals were developed to keep in mind when designing the new preK-12 school at Ridgemont, and the school leaders felt they’ve accomplished those goals. A public meeting…

Crafts, music and food to be featured at annual Ada fest

Crafts, music and food to be featured at annual Ada fest

ADA — The streets of Ada will be filled this weekend with shoppers looking for crafts, bargains, good music and festival food when the 28th annual Harvest and Herb Festival…

Jackson Township purchases new heavy rescue vehicle

Jackson Township purchases new heavy rescue vehicle

FOREST — Jackson Township recently took delivery of a 2013 heavy rescue vehicle on behalf of the Forest Fire Department with the Jackson-Forest Ambulance District. The new vehicle consists of…

HN homecoming court

HN homecoming court

Hardin Northern will celebrate homecoming this weekend. The homecoming court features (from left, front) kindergartners Ella Croy, Trenton Heacock and Lainey Thomas; and high school members, front to back, freshmen…

KCS welcomes new teachers, staff

KCS welcomes new teachers, staff

Kenton City Schools has nearly 30 new employees for the 2013-2014 school year. They were introduced during the monthly school board meeting Monday night. There are 21 new teachers, along…

Strong work ethic, education key to students’ success, says HN’s Wilson

Strong work ethic, education key to students’ success, says HN’s Wilson

DOLA — As director of student services at Hardin Northern, Andy Wilson tries to stress to his students the importance of a good work ethic and learning lessons through adversity.…

Football drop

Football drop

Volunteers look to see which of the 1,000 balls dropped from a bucket truck landed in the football helmet at the fourth annual United Way of Hardin County Football Drop…