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Activities set for Immaculate Conception Summer Festival

Activities set for Immaculate Conception Summer Festival

A Kenton festival that can trace it origins back more than 100 years returns this weekend. The Immaculate Conception Church Summer Festival will run 5:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday and 2:30-9:30 p.m.…

United Way sets $210,000 goal at campaign kickoff

United Way sets $210,000 goal at campaign kickoff

The United Way of Hardin County has set this year’s campaign goal at $210,000. The goal was announced at the organization’s annual kickoff breakfast which took place this morning at…

Latta learns how fed funds benefit county

Latta learns how fed funds benefit county

U.S. Representative Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, was given a personal tour of Hardin County Monday and discussed projects and concerns with the county’s elected officials. Latta said such visits keep…

Fight against cancer

Fight against cancer

Mike Styer, 220 E. Columbus St., Kenton, poses with some of the bikes he is selling to raise money for Relay for Life. Styer, who accepts donated bikes from people,…

Ralston takes on responsibility for family farm at young age

Ralston takes on responsibility for family farm at young age

Taking care of the family farm is something Paul Ralston always knew he wanted to do, just not at such a young age. Ralston grew up on a farm in…

Top 20 prepares for new season

Top 20 prepares for new season

In her final year before retirement, Kenton High School’s Top 20 Director Sue Buroker wants this year’s show to be reminiscent of her beginnings with the show choir. Members of…

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…