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Warning siren in Dunkirk

Warning siren in Dunkirk

The village of Dunkirk got a new early warning system Friday morning. It replaces a siren which was installed in the 1960s, said street superintendent Paul Cramer. The village set…

KMS Dimensions prepares for new show choir season

KMS Dimensions prepares for new show choir season

The 2013-14 Kenton Middle School Dimensions’ show for this year is titled “Music Makes the World Go Round.” The show choir, which completed its week-long camp on Friday, is under…

Splash park takes shape

Splash park takes shape

Workers pour the concrete for the new splash park, part of the playground renovation at Murray Park in Kenton. The splash park is expected to be open next week, according…

Sells gets 12 years in prison for ‘terror inflicted on community’

Sells gets 12 years in prison for ‘terror inflicted on community’

Aaron Sells had a limited formal education. He takes medication for mental illnesses and is a follower, not the “ringleader” of a burglary ring, as the public thinks. At least…

Stearns, committee honored at Autry celebration

Stearns, committee honored at Autry celebration

The late Glen Stearns was honored Thursday during a ceremony at a  celebration commemorating the 75th anniversary of Gene Autry’s visit to the Kenton. During the celebration at the Gene…

Findlay OHP opens subpost in Kenton

Findlay OHP opens subpost in Kenton

The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be increasing its visibility in Hardin County. Findlay Post Commander Lt. Matthew Meredith announced Wednesday the patrol will open a subpost in the BKP…

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,…