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Ada family preparing to be missionaries in Mexico

Ada family preparing to be missionaries in Mexico

ADA — Ten years ago, David and Kelly Fetrow moved from their home in Kansas to Ada in order to be closer to their families in southern Michigan. Now they…

Kenton may have money in budget for street repaving

Kenton’s city administration presented its case for an additional appropriation of $125,000 to repave sections of seven city streets. Members of City Council’s finance committee offered their concerns about needing…

‘More teeth’ put in Alger high weed ordinance

ALGER — Before it approves an ordinance which could potentially send property owners with high weeds to jail, the Alger council will turn to help from the county commissioners. Alger…

Mount Victory man takes on new role as mayor of the village

Mount Victory man takes on new role as mayor of the village

MOUNT VICTORY — It has always been Mount Victory Mayor Mike Trout’s opinion that the residents are what truly make up a community. It is for that reason that he…

Rotary Club gives Kenton signs a facelift

Rotary Club gives Kenton signs a facelift

Signs welcoming visitors to the City of Kenton have had a facelift. As part of a two-year project by the Kenton Rotary Club, the six Welcome to Kenton triangular frames…

Fun Festivities for the Fourth

Fun Festivities for the Fourth

Hardin County celebrated the nation’s birthday Friday with a variety of activities under perfect weather conditions. Colorful explosions of fireworks lit up the night sky at the Hardin County Fairgrounds…

Weather looks good for Fourth of July fireworks

Weather looks good for Fourth of July fireworks

There are many people anxious about the weather as the Fourth of July approaches, but no one more than Mike Comstock of Kenton. The licensed pyrotechnics expert is happy about…

Crops vary from ‘super’ to ‘nothing’ because of rain

Crops vary from ‘super’ to ‘nothing’ because of rain

Hit or miss. That was the word on how crops are faring through the first two months of the growing season during a meeting this morning of the Hardin County…

R’mont gets OSU grant to study water filtration, stream biology

R’mont gets OSU grant to study water filtration, stream biology

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont students in grades four through seven were treated to a hands-on project studying water filtration and stream biology at a stream southeast of the school on Tuesday.…

Ada wind turbine sound could be nuisance issue, says legal counsel

ADA — Village resident Jeff Sheldon was present at the Ada council meeting Tuesday to register his concerns regarding the noise from the wind turbine at Ada High School. An…