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Republican Women to honor first responders with program

Republican Women to honor first responders with program

The attacks on the World Trade Center impacted most Americans dramatically on Sept. 11, 2001, but for most residents of Hardin County the attack on New York was a distant…

Swing Choir Show to take stage tonight

Swing Choir Show to take stage tonight

There will be plenty of music and dancing in the Hardin County Fair grandstand this evening during the high school Swing Choir Show, which begins at 7 p.m. Following the…

Ada streets open but work remains

ADA — With the construction on Lima Avenue and Klingler Road in Ada nearing its end, both streets are now open for public use. But despite the roads being open,…

Fair royalty to be crowned tonight

Fair royalty to be crowned tonight

The crowning of the Hardin County Fair King and Queen will highlight tonight’s activities at the fair. Selection of the royalty will begin at 7 p.m. at the grandstand, followed…

Insurance firm owner uses love of selling in coaching duties

Insurance firm owner uses love of selling in coaching duties

Keith Kissling takes his love of sales from his office at FLR Insurancenter in Kenton and applies it to his role as head coach of the boys and girls tennis…

Fair board prepares for their big week

The Hardin County Agricultural Society met Saturday at the fair office with 16 board members and several guests present. Phil Lowe, Hardin County Tractor Pullers, informed the fair board that…

Program aims to help people with diabetes

Program aims to help people with diabetes

The Dining With Diabetes program is in its sixth year of educating those dealing with the disease how better to regulate their daily routine. Staff from the OSU Extension Office,…

Crash injures Forest teen

Crash injures Forest teen

FOREST — A Forest teenager was critically injured in a single-vehicle crash Thursday evening in Jackson Township. Laura Renteria, 18, was driving westbound on CR 53 when she lost control…

Raises, health insurance changes part of new pact with HN teachers

DOLA — Hardin Northern teachers will get 1.5 percent raises this year and the 2014-2015 school year as well as higher pay for additional education. The three-year contract with the…

Ridgemont sets community meeting on building project

RIDGEWAY — The design phases of Ridgemont’s new preK-12 school are moving along smoothly, according to Ridgemont Superintendent Emmy Davis. During her OFCC (Ohio Facilities Construction Commission) report to the…