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Making kites

Making kites

Jonah  (left) Jacob and Abby Diller construct kites during the Hardin Northern Public Library’s Summer Reading Program on Tuesday afternoon. The project was part of a discussion on flight during…

Off to the races

Off to the races

Ruth Ann Osborne, 12, encourages her worm “Chad” to head toward the finish line Monday night during the Worm Races held at the Alger Public Library. The activity was part…

Diversification helps Pleasant Precision to grow

Diversification helps Pleasant Precision to grow

Seven years ago, most tool making companies were facing a difficult future. Pleasant Precision Inc. could have been one of them, but it diversified its operations and now is enjoying…

Kenton chiropractor enjoys helping patients

Kenton chiropractor enjoys helping patients

With his office located just one house down from his childhood home on East Carrol Street in Kenton, chiropractor Michael Broseke enjoys getting to know his patients, or as he…

Family Fun Day

Family Fun Day

Kids find themselves going in a circle as they ride on the “train” at the Family Fun Day at Simon Kenton Schools. This was the fourth year for the annual…

Having fun at VBS

Having fun at VBS

Displaying their talents with the hula hoop are Nevaeh Stewart, 9 (left) and Kiyah Howe, 5. It was among the fun activities Friday to close Kingdom Rock Vacation Bible School…

Final salute

Final salute

Members of Amvets Post 1994 Honor Guard in Kenton fire a final salute to worn flags being retired during a ceremony Friday afternoon. The post members dispose of the old…

Small Kenton congregation helps provide food to needy

Small Kenton congregation helps provide food to needy

The Kenton Full Gospel Church in has limited resources. It has 30 active members and little extra money, yet the congregation is determined to get food to those who need…

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…