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Access to school to cost KCS $1 million

Access to school to cost KCS $1 million

It will cost a projected $1 million to create new access to the Kenton Elementary School and have it ready in time for opening of the school The board has…

Riverdale plan expects to save electrical costs for the district

MOUNT BLANCHARD — The Riverdale Board of Education heard from Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative representatives at Monday’s regular meeting regarding a plan to help lower electric costs for the district. For…

Old floor gets new life in facelift of Veteran’s Hall

Old floor gets new life in facelift of Veteran’s Hall

In recent years, Veteran’s Hall in the Hardin County Courthouse has seen some changes. Last year, the dingy room was improved when Maintenance Supervisor Richard Lawson and his crew installed…

Limiting prescription painkillers key to ending drug addiction: Sprague

Hardin County used to be singled out in the region for its drug problem. That is no longer the case. State Rep. Robert Sprague said drug addiction is “becoming a…

R’mont board learns new school timeline on schedule

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgemont School District is one step closer to seeing ground broken on its new preK-12 building. The Ridgemont school board passed a resolution approving the design development…

Kentonite gets 22 months in prison

A Kenton man is being sent to prison for 22 months after being convicted of breaking and entering and vandalism charges in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas…

Family fun day set Saturday for woman recovering from cancer

Family fun day set Saturday for woman recovering from cancer

SYCAMORE — The Hardin County family of a Kenton couple is sponsoring a family fun day Saturday for their daughter who is recovering from a rare form of cancer. Lacie…

Rally against drug addiction

Rally against drug addiction

Jawna Ferrell Hoffman is declaring war on drug abuse in Hardin County with a rally Saturday afternoon at the courthouse. This war is personal, she said. She has already lost…

HN district remains on solid financial ground

DOLA — The Hardin Northern school district remains on solid financial ground. In the district’s five-year forecast, Treasurer Wes Potter told the board Wednesday night that 2013 has been a…

Cancer Walk in Ada raises $10,000 for Not By Choice

Cancer Walk in Ada raises $10,000 for Not By Choice

ADA — The Ada Midget Football team raised more than $10,000 Sunday at its first Cancer Walk at War Memorial Stadium in Ada. All proceeds were donated to Not By…