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Lima man goes to prison for assault

A Lima man who struck a Hardin County deputy during a drug bust will spend nearly five years in prison. In May, officers were inside the Marathon station in Ada…

Committee plans courthouse celebration

A committee has been formed to plan activities to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Hardin County Courthouse in 2015. The committee, consisting of Commissioner Randy Rogers, Judge Scott Barrett,…

Kenton man sent to prison on drug charge

A Kenton man was sent to prison for two years after being convicted of a drug charge in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court…

Kenton teen hurt in crash

BELLEFONTAINE — Alyssa Becraft, 16, of Kenton, was transported by a Bellefontaine EMS squad to Mary Rutan Hospital for non-incapacitating injuries sustained in a crash Tuesday afternoon on Stockyard Road.…

Arlington family becomes partners in long-time Kenton funeral home

Arlington family becomes partners in long-time Kenton funeral home

A long-established Kenton business is getting a new name, but the quality of care to area families will not change, said the new owners. The Schindewolf Stevens Stout Funeral Home…

Proposal for new Kenton water/sewer rates delayed

More data is needed to calculate potential new water/sewer rates in Kenton. Julie Ward, with the Rural Community Assistance Program, presented her rate study to City Council’s Finance Committee on…

Dunkirk targets unlawful solicitation

DUNKIRK — The Dunkirk Village Council has begun the process of regulating improper solicitation within the village. Several council members have attested to having solicitors come by their homes at…

Alger water tower needs maintenance

ALGER — Alger’s water tower may have more years of service in it than was earlier thought. An inspection by Cory Smith, of Kessler Tank Co., resulted in a report…

Ada band director enjoys watching students learn, grow

Ada band director enjoys watching students learn, grow

ADA — As the band director for grades six through 12 at Ada High School, it’s Jonathan Lischak’s responsibility to make sure the students are always moving in the right…

Fair board turns attention to 2014

The Hardin County Agricultural Society met Saturday at the fair office with 15 board members and several guests present. Beth Routt asked the board if she could use the Community…