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Letson project on hold until spring

The Letson Avenue sewer project will be delayed until spring, Kenton Law Director John Schwemer told City Council at its meeting Monday night. Originally the hope was to get the…

Kentonite who heads 250-member church didn’t want to be pastor

Kentonite who heads 250-member church didn’t want to be pastor

While Jason Manns may be a man of many hats, but it’s his role of pastor that never gets put to the side. Manns has been pastor of New Hope…

Recovery Court set to open in November

Recovery Court set to open in November

Mimi Zarzar is finishing her first week in her new job as administrator of the Hardin County Recovery Court, but she finds herself in a professional position she knows well.…

Kenton’s residential water/sewer users will see $5-$10 rate hike

Most Kenton residential water and sewer customers will be paying an estimated $5 to $10 more per month next year based on rate changes to be presented to City Council…

Riverdale asks voters to renew income tax levy

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale School District will be seeking a three-year renewal of its one percent income tax levy in the Nov. 5 election. The renewal, according to Riverdale…

Two Kenton men sent to prison

A Kenton man was sent to prison for four years after being convicted of charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office,…

United Way pledges at 37%

United Way pledges at 37%

The United Way of Hardin County announced it has received pledges of $79,729.56. That is 37 percent of the campaign’s $210,000 goal, it was reported Thursday at the organization’s weekly…

MV set to receive $500,000 grant

The village of Mount Victory will receive a grant to improve the village water system. The grant is from the Community Development Block Grant, Residential Public Infrastructure Program. The village…

Dunkirk council race draws six candidates for four seats

DUNKIRK — Six candidates are vying for four, four-year terms on the Dunkirk Village Council in the Nov. 5 election. They are Josh Cramer, Judy Crowe, William Gunther, Bob Hayes,…

Health board: Patience with Amish is over

The Kenton-Hardin Health Board on Tuesday night told two Amishmen their patience is spent waiting on them to address sewer and water concerns. Acceptable progress on the sewage system must…