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Soldiers show appreciation for packages

Soldiers show appreciation for packages

The local chapter of the Blue Star Mothers were presented with a special recognition by some of the service members they serve. For several years, the women have sent packages…

Organizers hope to raise $5,000 Sunday at Cruise-in for a Cure

Organizers hope to raise $5,000 Sunday at Cruise-in for a Cure

The fourth annual Cruise-in For A Cure family fun day and car show will begin at noon Sunday at the Simon Kenton School in Kenton. The event is sponsored by…

Riverdale retirees almost didn’t become teachers

Riverdale retirees almost didn’t become teachers

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Three retiring Riverdale teachers have a combined 110 years of experience in the classroom, but before they started their professional careers they had other employment ideas. Charlotte…

Working together

Working together

Members of the Amish community joined together Wednesday to raise a barn for Joni Hershberger at his farm in Dudley Township. The carpenters made quick work of the project with…

Fundraising part of plan to go digital at Kenton theaters

Fundraising part of plan to go digital at Kenton theaters

The time of film reels at the Hi-Road Drive-In and Kenton Theatre soon will be a thing of the past. As more movie studios make the transition away from reels…

Turtle time

Turtle time

The all-weather pavilion at Gormley Park in Forest was filled with children and their parents on Tuesday afternoon who came to see the animals of the Turtle Lady. Nancy Lockard…

Ready to attack

Ready to attack

Hardin County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Carl (far left) instructs Riley, his K-9 unit, where to attack during a demonstration for the Hardin Northern Public Library’s summer reading program in Dunkirk…

Job-a-bago

Job-a-bago

Ron Meade (left) and Mike Cook prepare the Job-a-bago trailer for the job seekers at the Jacob Parrott Safety Center in Kenton Tuesday morning. Several people took advantage of the…

Fund-raising goal of $60,000 established for preschool park

Fund-raising goal of $60,000 established for preschool park

Plans for a park for preschoolers on the site of the former county jail in Kenton were outlined at Monday’s City Council session. Spearheading the project is David Dakin, youth…

KCS elementary music teacher will miss being with young people every day

KCS elementary music teacher will miss being with young people every day

The first year Deb McEntee spent teaching music at Kenton City Schools was tough, but rewarding enough that she stuck around for another 34 years before retiring this spring. The…