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Hites enjoys trying to solve concerns of Kenton residents

Hites enjoys trying to solve concerns of Kenton residents

Serving as Kenton’s safety service director has inspired Jim Hites to be a “community-active” person, even long after he’s finished working. As the safety service director, it’s Hites’ responsibility to…

Three injured

Three injured

Three individuals were transported to area hospitals after the car in which they were driving was struck by a semi-truck Saturday afternoon, south of Kenton. According to the report from…

Healthy Lifestyle Coalition works to get parents, children moving

Healthy Lifestyle Coalition works to get parents, children moving

In 2010, the Ohio Department of Health reported Hardin County’s third-graders were leading the state the body mass index, which measures obesity. In response to the report, people from throughout…

Program helps young children get off to good start in life

Program helps young children get off to good start in life

Looking after the needs of Hardin County’s youngest residents is the daily responsibility of the Help Me Grow Program. The program begins caring for the babies even before birth, said…

Ridgemont to stage ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

Ridgemont to stage ‘Little Shop of Horrors’

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont High School will present the musical “Little Shop of Horrors” this weekend at the school gym. The production is set for 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Tickets…

Big change

Big change

The winter that won’t die continued to hang on today after a taste of spring spoiled residents of the county Tuesday. After the temperature rose to 64 degrees, it took…

Work continues

Workers had good weather Tuesday to move earth at the new Heritage Cooperative fuel station off South Main Street (Ohio 31) in Kenton. The station will offer the public a…

Ridgemont students to offer job search skills and technology training

Ridgemont students to offer job search skills and technology training

RIDGEWAY — A group of Ridgemont High School FFA and gifted English students is offering the public free help with résumés, job searching and technology training. The first training class,…

CMA leader takes pride in youth ministries

CMA leader takes pride in youth ministries

Steve Hess, minister at Christian Missionary Alliance Church in Kenton, takes pride in his church’s youth ministries. Hess, now in his 15th year as minister at CMA, said the youth…

Rescue classes

Rescue classes

Dave Torsell of the Ohio Fire Academy assists Jamie Norris of the Rushcreek Fire Department as firefighters and EMTs look on. Norris volunteered to be placed in a grain bin…