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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…

KCS seeks $2M state grant for computers, broadband

Kenton City Schools is partnering with the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance to seek a multi-million dollar state grant to improve computer access in the school and broadband access…

Ada School finances improve

ADA — The Ada School district is projected to be in the black financially until at least fiscal year 2018. When Treasurer Christy Beaschler provided her bi-annual five-year financial forecast…

KCS gets positive financial outlook

Projected technology expenses may force Kenton City Schools to dip into its carryover fund to balance the books for fiscal year 2014. That’s the only downside in the district’s five-year…

Too late to cooperate on Alger nuisances

ALGER — Following a series of letters sent by the village, many residents ignored requests to address nuisances on their properties, said Councilwoman Linda Dienstberger. But as those same residents…

Four competing for two unexpired terms at HN

Four competing for two unexpired terms at HN

DOLA — Four candidates are vying for two unexpired terms on the Hardin Northern Board of Education in the Nov. 5 election. They are Charles Amweg, Jaide McBride, Chris Rodabaugh…