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Nine thefts, most from vehicles, reported on county’s west side

For the second time in about a month, the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a series of thefts in the western part of the county. The sheriff’s department is…

Riverdale community shares in loss of popular second-grader

Riverdale community shares in loss of popular second-grader

The Riverdale community has long had a reputation for its caring and generous nature. That quality has been tested more than once in recent years by the death of a…

Afghan prosecutor says ONU, Ada training will help at home

Afghan prosecutor says ONU, Ada training will help at home

ADA — The members of the Ada Police Academy attended their final class Thursday evening. As they watched local response to a mock accident, one person stood out among the…

KHS student in shooting threat case has charged reduced, bond cut

The charges against a Kenton High School senior accused of threatening other students have been reduced and Derick Craig was released from incarceration following a hearing Thursday in Hardin County…

Ridgemont team to focus on improving reading scores

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont’s Building Leadership Team is focused on improving the reading of its students, according to middle and high school Principal Joe Becker. After recently attending a BLT meeting,…

BL student charged

BELLEFONTAINE — Kenneth Styne, 17, of Kenton, was charged with menacing Wednesday following an incident at Benjamin Logan High School. Deputies responded to the school about 11:30 a.m. in reference…

Craig charges reduced

Charges against Kenton Senior High School student Derick Craig were reduced from a second-degree felony to a first degree misdemeanor. Craig is charged with inducing panic, after he allegedly threatened…

Kenton man gets 69 months in prison

A Kenton man was sentenced to prison for 69 months after being convicted in three cases in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s…

Taylor resigns as leader of Council on Aging

Shirl Taylor has resigned as the executive director of the Hardin County Council on Aging. Her resignation took place at the board of trustees meeting Tuesday evening. Betty Bibler has…

Health board allows Amish to begin building sewer systems

Following months of negotiations, the two Amish farms ordered to install acceptable sewer and water systems at their new homes are close to making the changes ordered by the Kenton-Hardin…