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Hardin County Hospice plans party to mark first 25 years

Hardin County Hospice plans party to mark first 25 years

This weekend Hardin County Hospice will celebrate its 25th year with a party in honor of the families it has served and in recognition of the community that supports it.…

Mexican mom who was an exchange student sends son to live with Ohio family

Mexican mom who was an exchange student sends son to live with Ohio family

ROUNDHEAD — When Adriana Ortiz Armendariz was 16, she spent one year as an exchange student in Hardin County with the Skip and Sandy Shepherd family at their McDonald Township…

Cooling off

Cooling off

Brandon Feltner and Donna Heilman enjoy the cool water cascading from the umbrella at the Kenton City Swimming Pool Thursday afternoon. The pool had a large crowd of patrons soaring…

Joyful noises

Joyful noises

Area students have spent part of the summer vacation at the Beech Grove Schoolhouse at the Hardin County Museum as part of the Wonderful Wednesday program. This week’s program was…

Pie for library leader

Pie for library leader

Ada Public Library Director Amanda Bennett takes a pie in the face from a youngster at the library’s pool party at the Ada Swimming Pool on Wednesday. The names of…

Kenton man kills ex-girlfriend, takes own life

Kenton man kills ex-girlfriend, takes own life

Teresa (Botchlett) Nelson’s voice was calm as she called Hardin County 9-1-1 Tuesday morning. Her ex-boyfriend, Justin Manns of Kenton, was at her front door, she told the dispatcher and…

Diggin’ for fossils

Diggin’ for fossils

Dr. T-Rex talks to children at the Hardin Northern Public Library about a dinosaur fossil, dug up with the help of the imaginations of Cody Thiel, 4 (left) and Meredith…

Deputies investigate

Deputies investigate

Deputies were called to a house on County Road 195 near Ohio 67 east of Kenton this morning in what Sheriff Keith Everhart said is potentially a homicide/suicide situation. No…

Helping Hands ready to help with back-to-school supplies

Helping Hands ready to help with back-to-school supplies

Students in need of back-to-school supplies will find assistance at the annual Helping Hands Back To School program. Director Deanna Wages said the organization is accepting applications now from parents…

Fun in the sun at Kids Day

Fun in the sun at Kids Day

A large crowd was brought out by perfect weather and a variety of free things to do during the second annual Kids Day in downtown Kenton. Times photos/Dan Robinson…