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Issue II funds to be available this year for Kenton street repaving

Kenton, which thought it would have to wait until 2015 to resurface parts of 12 city streets using state Issue II funds, now appears likely to have the $500,000 in…

Kenton to buy, raze blighted properties

Instead of waiting for others to clean up three blighted properties in the city, Kenton is tackling the problem head-on. City Council on Monday night suspended the three-reading rule and…

Riverdale teacher resigns

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale Board of Education accepted the resignation of kindergarten teacher Barbara Williams during its regular meeting Monday night. Williams was suspended near the end of the…

Ice cream in the blood of family that operates Dairy Queen

Ice cream in the blood of family that operates Dairy Queen

As a third generation family owner of Yankee’s Dairy Queen in Kenton, David Yankee said his family has ice cream in their blood. Yankee’s family connection with the Dairy Queen…

Hardin Democrats told voters need to push for ‘One Ohio’

Hardin Democrats told voters need to push for ‘One Ohio’

“One Ohio.” That is what the Democratic leader in the Ohio House of Representatives Tracy Maxwell Heard told Hardin County Democrats voters they need to be pushing state government for…

Lightning sparks Kenton blaze

Lightning sparks Kenton blaze

A Kenton residence was struck by lightning and caught fire during a thunderstorm Saturday afternoon. Firefighters from the Kenton Fire Department said the lightning strike and resulting fire occurred at…

Ada prepares for student return

ADA — The Ada School Board of Education received an update on preparations being made to the school grounds for the upcoming school year. Mike Lenhart, head of maintenance and…

Hospice Poker Runs Saturday

Hospice Poker Runs Saturday

The friends of the Hardin County Hospice will host the fifth annual Poker Run for Hardin County Hospice on Saturday. The run will be held at a new location this…

R’mont board hires teachers

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgemont board of education took care of a number of personnel issues, including hiring several new teachers, during its regular meeting on Thursday afternoon. Hired to one…

Rhinehart to celebrate 175 years of dedication and determination

Rhinehart to celebrate 175 years of dedication and determination

MOUNT VICTORY — It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to keep a church functioning for 175 years and those are two qualities the members of Rhinehart United…

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