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Proud Quilter

Proud Quilter

Mildred Reed of Kenton shows off one of her three quilts Friday morning at the Nimble Thimbles Quilt Club’s annual quilt show at the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library.…

Pop tab drive latest effort of Riverdale grad to support Ronald McDonald House

Pop tab drive latest effort of Riverdale grad to support Ronald McDonald House

FOREST — From a very early age, the Ronald McDonald House in Toledo has had a special place in the heart of Jessica Pahl. “My mom and dad stayed there…

Kenton internet cafes raided, closed as part of multi-agency probe

Kenton internet cafes raided, closed as part of multi-agency probe

The doors were closed Thursday on two Kenton businesses following a raid on internet cafes in a five-county area. The Sweepstakes Cafe at 977 E. Columbus St. and the Internet…

Female archer shows boys how it’s done, qualifies for state fair

Female archer shows boys how it’s done, qualifies for state fair

Keeley Meeks has been breaking the mold since joining the 4-H club Buckeye Shooters two years ago. In just her second year with the club, the 11-year-old Kenton girl qualified…

Hoping to hook a fish

Hoping to hook a fish

From left, Gwen and Tate Dyal wait patiently for a a fish to bite on their line during an a fishing excursion to Boy Scout Lake with their grandfather Jim…

Brotherly competition

Brotherly competition

Brothers Zach (left) and Josh Hart race to be the first to fill up their bucket with water during the summer reading wrap-up party at Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District…

Ault has worked her way up the corporate ladder at Kenton plant

Ault has worked her way up the corporate ladder at Kenton plant

Sharon Ault has had to work her way up the ladder to get to where she is now as production scheduler at International Paper in Kenton. With 11 years at…

$3,100 for cupcakes! Girls turn club into fundraiser for church

$3,100 for cupcakes! Girls turn club into fundraiser for church

DUNKIRK — A few months ago, three young girls started a club dedicated to cupcakes. The Cupcake Club started out as a way for sisters, Kaitlyn, 15, and Karoline Pees,…

Hensel Ready Mix marks 50th year in operation

Hensel Ready Mix marks 50th year in operation

Fifty years ago, Clarence Hensel had no plans to become a businessman. In fact, he said, Hensel Ready Mix started in July of 1963 almost as an accident, but as…

Ada First United Methodist unveils plans for new church

Ada First United Methodist unveils plans for new church

ADA — First United Methodist Church in Ada has voted to move forward with construction of its new church building at the corner of Main Street and West Highland Avenue…