Top Header Ad
Featured
  • What really happened to Tim Hurt?

    On October 30, 1987, the body of a Kenton man was found mangled and discarded on Ohio 31, just about one ...

    On October 30, 1987, the body of a Kenton man was found mangled and discarded on Ohio 31, just about one mile south of Mount Victory. The young man was later identified as Tim Hurt, 23, of 39 Grape St ...

    Read more
  • Waterworks Park upgrades, paving, demolitions, signs part of Kenton grant bid

    Improvements to Kenton’s Waterworks Park top the list of projects for a proposed $300,000 Neighborhood Re ...

    Improvements to Kenton’s Waterworks Park top the list of projects for a proposed $300,000 Neighborhood Revitalization Grant. The grant application was approved Thursday by the Hardin County Commission ...

    Read more
  • ‘Tours’ offered

    A boat being attacked by a land shark caught the eyes of many passing motorists on Ohio 309 west of Kento ...

    A boat being attacked by a land shark caught the eyes of many passing motorists on Ohio 309 west of Kenton on Thursday. ...

    Read more
  • Flooded road

    Some 20 Hardin County roads remained closed this morning as floodwaters have swamped areas of the county, ...

    Some 20 Hardin County roads remained closed this morning as floodwaters have swamped areas of the county, including Dudley Township Road 146 along the Scioto River. The situation has improved from Wed ...

    Read more
  • Busy day for Humane Society

    The Hardin County Humane Society will be very busy Saturday at its building, located at 13510 U.S. 68, so ...

    The Hardin County Humane Society will be very busy Saturday at its building, located at 13510 U.S. 68, south of Kenton. The organization starts with its Pet Food Pantry from 8 to 10 a.m. ...

    Read more
  • South Wayne Lake

    The intersection of Espy and Wayne streets in Kenton has a history of flooding, but the recent storms tra ...

    The intersection of Espy and Wayne streets in Kenton has a history of flooding, but the recent storms transformed the intersection into a small lake on Tuesday. ...

    Read more
  • The Bell returns

    Assistant manager Jessica Allford creates a tostada at the Kenton Taco Bell on East Columbus Street, whic ...

    Assistant manager Jessica Allford creates a tostada at the Kenton Taco Bell on East Columbus Street, which reopened this morning. The old Taco Bell store was razed in February and replaced with the ne ...

    Read more
  • Wind tunnel

    Children attending the Forest-Jackson Public Library summer reading program on Tuesday morning got to tes ...

    Children attending the Forest-Jackson Public Library summer reading program on Tuesday morning got to test out their own paper airplanes in a “wind tunnel” at the Gormley Park shelterhouse. ...

    Read more
  • Cooling off

    A group of boys finds relief from the summer heat at the Splash Pad at Murray Park in Kenton. The tempera ...

    A group of boys finds relief from the summer heat at the Splash Pad at Murray Park in Kenton. The temperatures remained in the 80s again Monday and were expected to remain there throughout the coming ...

    Read more
  • A visit from Batman

    Batman, portrayed by State Sen. Cliff Hite, visited the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library o ...

    Batman, portrayed by State Sen. Cliff Hite, visited the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library on Monday. The Caped Crusader read a book to the children attending the library’s weekly summer ...

    Read more