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KCS unveils draft of plan for busing extra 600 city children

Parents of students attending Kenton City Schools are getting their initial look at a plan for how the district aims to bus an additional 600 students to and from school…

Hail storm damaged crops in southeast part of county

The condition of crops in the Hardin County area hasn’t changed much in the past 30 days, according to reports from area farmers at the monthly Ag Council meeting on…

Kenton Top 20 tries theatrical theme under co-directors

Kenton Top 20 tries theatrical theme under co-directors

In their first year together as co-directors of Kenton High School’s Top 20 show choir, John Hines and Todd Daquino are going with a more theatrical theme for this season’s…

Hardin County Airport gets funds for runway work

The Hardin County Airport in Kenton has been awarded $568,629 by the U.S. Department of Transportation to rehabilitate a runway. Awarding of the project was announced by U.S. Sen. Sherrod…

Mt. Victory project prompts Ohio 31 detour

Ohio 31 in the village of Mt. Victory will close Monday, Aug. 4 for approximately three weeks for waterline installation, according to the weekly construction update from the Ohio Department…

Kenton man convicted of three drug charges

A Kenton man was found guilty of drug charges recently in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Rex Dale Shark, 130…

Ada grocery worker eyes state Bag-Off title

Ada grocery worker eyes state Bag-Off title

ADA — Haylie Morris is in training for a state title. Her competition won’t be on the track, field or the swimming pool. It will be at the end of…

One man in custody for break-in at barn

MOUNT VICTORY — One man is in custody today following a report of a breaking and entering Tuesday afternoon near Mount Victory. Jesse Lee Miller was taken into custody on…

Area organizations saluted for business achievement

Area organizations saluted for business achievement

MARION — Two Hardin County organizations were among four recently recognized by Alber Enterprise Center (AEC) at The Ohio State University at Marion’s Guthery Community Room for their remarkable achievement…

Former Marine to become Veterans Service Officer

Former Marine to become Veterans Service Officer

Keeping track of veterans records will not be a new experience for the man who will be the county’s new Veterans Service Officer. When Steve Gossard was a member of…