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R’mont to stage ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’

R’mont to stage ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont High School will be transformed in time this weekend when the students present the musical “Thoroughly Modern Millie.” The production takes place in the 1920s and features…

Swimming Lions

Swimming Lions

The popular Scioto Sharks synchronized swimming team will make a return appearance in Kenton at “Lionpalooza 2013,” presented by the Kenton Lions Club. Show times are 8 p.m. today and…

Artists contribute

Artists contribute

Kenton City Schools Nurse Brenda Jennings (fourth from left) accepts a check from art students from Ohio Northern University on behalf of the district’s Back Pack Project. The ONU chapter…

Human body lesson

Human body lesson

Kenton Westview Preschoolers Cameron Howe (right) and Cale Harnishfield study various foods in their diet during activities with COSI on Wheels this morning. The students visited 10 stations with the…

Espy talent

Espy talent

Dancing to  “Gangnam Style” are fourth graders (from left) Jordan Hewitt, Darian Brown, Jayden Smith and Brayden Marquis at the second annual Espy Elementary Talent Show. It was held Tuesday…

Receiving award

Receiving award

Mary Pat Riker of the Ohio Public Images presents an award to Kenton Times staff writer/photographer Dan Robinson during the annual meeting of the Ohio Superintendents County Boards of Developmental…

Hardin Community School leaders seek help to continue program’s success

Hardin Community School leaders seek help to continue program’s success

The Hardin Community School shared its successes with a large crowd of businesses, political and education leaders Monday afternoon, but the organizers of the program are also hoping those leaders…

Medicaid expansion public’s top concern at Sprague session

Medicaid expansion public’s top concern at Sprague session

State Rep. Robert Sprague held a town hall meeting to discuss Governor John Kasich’s proposed state operating budget on Monday night at the Kenton Middle School. A proposed expansion of…

Newly-appointed judges speak at GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner

Newly-appointed judges speak at GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner

Two men who are to be sworn in as judges in Hardin County later this month were introduced at the local GOP’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner in Kenton Sunday evening.…

Black shares love of art with children

Black shares love of art with children

Jan Black always wanted to be an art teacher. As the assistant teacher in the preschool program at the First United Methodist Church in Kenton, she gets the opportunity to…