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Health board upholds order to evict Amish over sewer, water

Health board upholds order to evict Amish over sewer, water

There was a clash of cultures Tuesday when a large number of Amish residents attended a hearing at the Kenton-Hardin Health Department. An Amish farmer asked the board for mercy…

NHS inductees

NHS inductees

Kenton High School students were inducted into the Simon Kenton Chapter of the National Honor Society during a ceremony Tuesday evening in the school cafeteria. They are (from left, front…

Spring snowman

Spring snowman

Even though the calendar said it was spring, Kylie Sheets, 11, had plenty of snow to work with to make a snowman at her home in Kenton. Area schools not…

Proud mom

Proud mom

New Hardin County Common Pleas Court Judge Scott N. Barrett thanks his mother, Elinor N. Barrett, shortly after being sworn in Monday morning. She held the family Bible for her…

Beef royalty

Beef royalty

The 2013 Hardin County Beef Banquet was held Saturday evening where Demi Snider (second from left) was re-crowned 2013 beef queen and Cassie Deckling (third from left) was crowned 2013…

Heroic story of Civil War veteran Jacob Parrott retold

Heroic story of Civil War veteran Jacob Parrott retold

The name Jacob Parrott is easily found in Kenton. There is a street named in his honor, as is the county’s safety center. Signs inform visitors to the county the…

New judge

New judge

Steven Christopher was sworn in as Hardin County’s new probate/juvenile court judge Friday afternoon. Administering the oath of office was Hardin County Recorder Brenda Rainsburg while Noah and Sarah Christopher…

Summit Co. contractor submits low bid to build new Kenton elementary

Summit Co. contractor submits low bid to build new Kenton elementary

A Summit County contractor is the apparent low bidder to serve as the single prime contractor for the Kenton preK-6 elementary school project. Dunlop and Johnston Inc. of Valley City…

Students create child abuse prevention posters

Students create child abuse prevention posters

Area student artists were honored by the Hardin County Job and Family Services Thursday afternoon in the third annual Child Abuse Prevention Poster Contest. The contest is sponsored by JFS,…

Teenagers of the Month honored

Teenagers of the Month honored

Twelve students from Hardin County high schools were honored Wednesday by the Kenton Elks Lodge at Teenagers of the Month. Nominees are judged on the basis of character, leadership, service,…