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Goal of $15,000 set for Fourth of July gathering

Goal of $15,000 set for Fourth of July gathering

The Independence Day Celebration Committee hopes to raise $15,000 for the annual celebration. “We have been able to raise funds at this level the last several years and we are…

KMS teacher shared love of music with students

KMS teacher shared love of music with students

During her 27 years of teaching in the Kenton City Schools, Julie Strous has shared her love of music with students in every level, yet it is the middle school…

Kenton man sent to prison 10 years for drug-related charges

A Kenton man was sentenced to 10 years in prison after being convicted of drug-related charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s…

Sixth Citizens Sheriff’s Academy completed

Sixth Citizens Sheriff’s Academy completed

The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office is announcing the completion of its 6th Citizens Sheriff’s Academy. Sheriff Keith Everhart said the academy aims to provide a working knowledge and background of…

Sheriff: More treatment for users key to reducing drug problem

Sheriff: More treatment for users key to reducing drug problem

With the war on drugs continuing in Hardin County, Sheriff Keith Everhart said getting more treatment for the users is the best way to try to eradicate the problem. At…

Lima hospital names Ada-Liberty EMS its Agency of the Year

Lima hospital names Ada-Liberty EMS its Agency of the Year

ADA — The Ada-Liberty EMS has been named the Lima Memorial Emergency Center’s Agency of the Year. Chief Tom Miller said the recognition was based on patient care and medical…

Six Benjamin Logan students share valedictorian honors

Six Benjamin Logan students share valedictorian honors

BELLEFONTAINE — One hundred sixty-three Benjamin Logan seniors will receive their diplomas at the 43rd annual graduation ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday in the high school gymnasium. Addressing this year’s…

Ridgemont solid financially, but feeling cuts from state

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont saw big gains in property tax and income tax collections, along with reductions in state aid, during fiscal year 2013. Treasurer Fred Reinemeyer noted the information in…

Prosecutor argues youth charged in arson death should be tried as adult

In determining if the case against a teenager charged with the arson death of his stepfather should remain in the juvenile or adult justice system, the judge needs to consider…

Kenton High School to graduate 129 students Saturday

Kenton High School to graduate 129 students Saturday

The Kenton High School graduation ceremony is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Robinson Field with 129 students to receive their diploma. In the event of possible inclement weather, a…