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A new friend

A new friend

Adra Wozniak pets one of the ducks at the Riverdale FFA petting zoo at Gormley Park in Forest on Tuesday afternoon. Other animals displayed by the FFA members were rabbits,…

Kenton Iron Products plans to repair fire-damaged building

Kenton Iron Products plans to repair fire-damaged building

Employees of Kenton Iron Products were in clean-up mode this morning after a after fire roared through the company’s Vine Street facility late Friday night. In addition to no one…

Church secretary saw many changes during 18 years

Church secretary saw many changes during 18 years

During her 18 years as secretary at First United Methodist Church in Kenton, Judi Candler observed many changes. Candler, whose last day on the job was Thursday, has seen four…

Fire at Kenton Iron Products

Fire at Kenton Iron Products

A Kenton firefighter pours water on flames shooting out of Kenton Iron Products on Vine Street in Kenton on Friday night. All available local firefighters were called in to battle…

Friendly competition

Friendly competition

Local firefighters and law enforcement officials competed to see who could bring in more blood during the Guns ‘n Hoses bloodmobile at the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office on Friday afternoon.…

Tax credits to help couple bring city building back to life

Tax credits to help couple bring city building back to life

State and federal tax credits will help a Kenton couple rehabilitate a downtown building to become the new home of their store. Brad and Laura Wingfield, owners of the Merriman…

WKTN celebrating 50th anniversary

WKTN celebrating 50th anniversary

WKTN listeners will be treated to a variety of music spanning half a century on Friday. The Kenton radio station (95.3 on the FM dial) will be celebrating its 50th…

Dino excavation

Dino excavation

Alger Public Library summer reading program participants (from left) Ashton Cowen, Joseph Slone and James Oliver clean up their dinosaur “fossils” with paleontologist brushes Tuesday afternoon. “Dig Into Reading” is…

Found it!

Found it!

Andrew Woodruff (right) finds a geo rock, one of the needed items in a scavenger hunt Tuesday afternoon at Gormley Park in Forest. Joining Woodruff in the search was Zach…

Grade-level pods taking shape at new Kenton school

Grade-level pods taking shape at new Kenton school

The new Kenton Elementary School is starting to take shape on the city’s north side. The single prime contractor, Mosser Construction of Fremont, is moving pod to pod on construction…