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Kenton woman feels support of community in her battle with cancer

Kenton woman feels support of community in her battle with cancer

For most of her life Patty Inman lived life in high gear. “I never walked anywhere, I always ran,” she said. “I thought I had to be fast-paced to get…

No injuries reported

No injuries reported

Deputies responded to a crash at U.S. 68 and Fairground Road at about 11:30 a.m. Thursday morning. According to the report, Jeffrey Humphries, 13509 Co. Rd. 155, Kenton, was driving…

Corn bath

Corn bath

Hardin County’s Beef Princess Cassie Deckling (left) and Beef Queen Demi Snider allow Goo Crew’s Gabe Purcell and Thaiyer Nelson to experience the “feel” of the corn in the feeding…

Cleaning up

Cleaning up

A worker cleans up a large limb off a tree that fell about 50 feet to the ground at Espy School, ripping up a fence on the outer playground, during…

Making the beat

Making the beat

Hakan Kaya leads a group of children in a drum circle at the Hardin Northern Community Center in Dunkirk Tuesday afternoon. The children learned how to play different beats, perform…

Grandstand work

Grandstand work

Hardin Northern grad returns to share book with students

Hardin Northern grad returns to share book with students

While growing up outside of Dunkirk, Courtney Morris loved to draw and write short stories and music. And while studying Art Education at Bluffton University, where he met fellow illustrator…

Working beside granddad impacts assistant engineer

Working beside granddad impacts assistant engineer

Years of working for his grandfather’s construction company helped Hardin County Deputy Engineer Luke Underwood realize the line of work he’d be interested in pursuing. Growing up between Alger and…

KHS grad trying to make right choices on and off the field

KHS grad trying to make right choices on and off the field

Life is all about making choices. Billy Cozad – a member of the Kenton football team that made three straight appearances in the state championship game – didn’t make the…

Austrian student’s father likes daughter’s new Midwest accent

Austrian student’s father likes daughter’s new Midwest accent

Brian Heath and his sister, Sue, always thought it would be great to have a teenager in their Kenton home. With the help of local EF Foundation Coordinator Barb Wyndham,…