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Plenty of fun activities planned for Forest festival

FOREST — The 2013 Tree Town Festival is set for July 12, 13 and 14 in Gormley Park, Forest. It is sponsored by the Forest Volunteer Fire Department and Emergency…

Austrian student’s father likes daughter’s new Midwest accent

Austrian student’s father likes daughter’s new Midwest accent

Brian Heath and his sister, Sue, always thought it would be great to have a teenager in their Kenton home. With the help of local EF Foundation Coordinator Barb Wyndham,…

2013 Freedom Celebration

2013 Freedom Celebration

Despite rainy conditions, many activities continued for the 2013 Freedom Celebration, including the annual fireworks display.  …

State budget gives increases to Ada, Kenton school districts

Two Hardin County Schools are expected to see their state funding increase over the next two fiscal years, while another will see a minimal gain. Three others, however, will get…

Children, parents advised about safety on the Internet

Children, parents advised about safety on the Internet

DUNKIRK — Parents need to be careful about who their kids are talking to on the computer. Children need to be just as diligent in protecting themselves when it comes…

Fort Jennings man suffers fractures in courthouse jump after sentence

A Fort Jennings man suffered serious injuries trying to escape justice on Tuesday afternoon. Carl Hartford had just been sentenced to 50 months in prison on multiple drug-related charges by…

Alger water meter bid opened

There was only one bid for the first phase of the remote water meter project for the village of Alger on Tuesday morning. Mark Doll, director of Hardin County Regional…

Ada mayor wants council to discuss 2nd Amendment

ADA — David Retterer, Mayor of Ada, is concerned about the number of issues surrounding the Second Amendment, the right to keep and bear arms, and believes it necessary as…

Alger officials want oversized vehicles to use different route

ALGER — Noting the problem continues to increase, the Alger Village Council continues to look at ways to combat the problem of oversized vehicles in the town. Members said these…

Alger woman claims she’s a victim of discrimination in village cleanup effort

ALGER — The Alger Village Council recently sent out letters to 26 residents telling them they had to clean their property of junk cars, trash and high weeds and grass.…