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Kenton pastor leaving pulpit for full-time sheriff’s office job

Kenton pastor leaving pulpit for full-time sheriff’s office job

Throughout his life, doors of opportunities have opened up for Dennis Burns and he has leaned on his faith as he went through each of them. After 28 years of…

Poster winners

Poster winners

The winners of the fourth annual Child Abuse Prevention Poster Contest were announced Thursday at the kudoStudio in Kenton. The winning artists in the high school portion of the contest…

Vacant house fire

Vacant house fire

Kenton Fire Department firefighters responded to a report of fire at this vacant house at 315 S. Wayne St., Kenton at 11:12 p.m. Thursday. According to the report, smoke was…

New friends

New friends

Ernestine Howley meets the Kenton Police Department’s new K-9 officer, Ares, during a program Thursday evening at Blanchard Place Senior Living. The event was to celebrate the change in name…

Hardin County in lower third of study rating longevity and healthier lives

Hardin County in lower third of study rating longevity and healthier lives

Most Ohioans can expect to live longer and healthier lives than the residents of Hardin County based on a report released Wednesday from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the…

Spring plowing

Spring plowing

An Amish farmer leads eight work horses through the stubble of a corn field near Wolf Creek in southern Hardin County. The long winter is expected to give way this…

Youth Leadership class of 2014

Youth Leadership class of 2014

The Hardin County Youth Leadership class of 2014 graduated at a luncheon Tuesday at the Ohio Northern University. The sophomores from Ada, Hardin Northern, Kenton, Ridgemont, Riverdale and Upper Scioto…

NHS inductees

NHS inductees

Twenty-eight Kenton High School students were inducted into the Simon Kenton Chapter of the National Honor Society on Tuesday evening at the school. They are (from left, first row) Suzanna…

Espy’s talent on display

Espy’s talent on display

The quartet of (from left) Nevaeha Murpshy, Kayleiana Cooper, Brianna Tillman and Simone Mustin perform as the “Call Me Maybe Girls” during the annual Espy’s Got Talent night at Kenton…

‘Bubba’ gets new life thanks to efforts of Humane Society

‘Bubba’ gets new life thanks to efforts of Humane Society

Until a few weeks ago, the future didn’t hold much hope for a young dog taken to the Hardin County Dog Shelter. The 10-month-old stray was malnourished and depressed when…