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Kenton youth turns his ailment into chance to help other children

Kenton youth turns his ailment into chance to help other children

In most soccer games, Matthew Temple finds himself the smallest kid on the field. Kidney ailments have kept him much smaller than the other U-12s in the contest. But when…

20 complete Citizens Sheriff’s Academy

20 complete Citizens Sheriff’s Academy

The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office completed its 7th Citizens Sheriff’s Academy on June 3 with 20 participants. The academy is designed to provide a working knowledge and background of the…

Sheriff’s sergeant enjoys variety of activity in law enforcement

Sheriff’s sergeant enjoys variety of activity in law enforcement

As a part-time rookie for the Alger Police Department in 1998, Scott Holbrook’s first call was for a domestic disturbance. “Unfortunately, (the Alger Police Department) training program wasn’t very good…

Ada program offers companionship to elderly, jobs to area young people

Ada program offers companionship to elderly, jobs to area young people

ADA — A new program in Ada is employing young people to provide companionship for the elderly members of the community. Hometown Helpers is being sponsored by the Community Health…

Township clean-up

Township clean-up

The Jumbo Jr. Farmers 4-H club cleaned McDonald Township on May 31. Those participating were Landon Bartlett, Meredith Bischoff, Wyatt Bischoff, Jake Bushong, Collin Dyer, Drew Hoppe, Will Hoppe, Noah…

Street work in Ada

Street work in Ada

A crew member works on cutting out a piece of the road at the construction site at the intersection of Main Street and Lima Avenue in Ada Thursday morning. The…

Driver walks away from crash with train

Driver walks away from crash with train

DUNKIRK — A semi truck driver walked away from a fiery crash with a train Wednesday afternoon north of Dunkirk. According to a report from the Findlay Post of the…

Center opening

Center opening

Jolene Joseph (center, left) and Janis Sunderhaus cut the ribbon for the opening of the Kenton Community Health Center Wednesday as an overflow crowd of staff and supporters looks on…

Science Spots

Science Spots

Kira Ray attempts to make a pyramid of wooden balls at one of the many “Science Spots” at the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library Wednesday afternoon. Connor Dye focuses…

Dry summer in Forest

Dry summer in Forest

Village swimming pool unlikely to open this year; mayor says future in doubt FOREST — There are no swimmers, waders or divers splashing and playing in the Forest swimming pool…