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Hi-Point honors students

BELLEFONTAINE — The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center recently announced the career center’s Superintendent’s List, Honor Roll and half-day Honor Roll for the fourth nine weeks. To be eligible for the…

Commissioner suggests county take lead with nuisance issue

A county commissioner is proposing Hardin County take an active role in assisting local communities with the issue of nuisance houses. Commissioner Brice Beaman said he is willing to take…

Ada store gives artists space to show, sell work

Ada store gives artists space to show, sell work

ADA — For shoppers looking for a unique gift for a special person, the Artist Boutique on Main in Ada is a gold mine. The store, located at 117 S.…

Kenton’s Bark Park comes to life

Kenton’s Bark Park comes to life

Creating park for dogs was the goal of 10-year-old Kenton’s dogs have a secure place to run, jump and play thanks to the vision of a previously shy 10-year-old. Maddi…

Bill for damaged merchandise debated by Forest council

FOREST — Who should pay for damages caused by a leaking water main was a subject for discussion at Thursday’s Forest council meeting. Jodi Rahn had contacted the village when…

Visually impaired woman’s job search is taking her from Kenton to Kansas

Visually impaired woman’s job search is taking her from Kenton to Kansas

Sandy Wilkinson moved to Kenton 5 1/2 years ago and developed many friendships. But one thing the visually impaired woman couldn’t find was a job. That search is finally over…

Lima man sent to jail on tampering charge

A Lima man was sentenced to 20 days in jail after being convicted of tampering with evidence charges in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from…

Kenton youth turns his ailment into chance to help other children

Kenton youth turns his ailment into chance to help other children

In most soccer games, Matthew Temple finds himself the smallest kid on the field. Kidney ailments have kept him much smaller than the other U-12s in the contest. But when…

Mayor wants Kenton to buy tornado siren

Kenton Mayor Randy Manns is recommending the city move forward with the purchase of a tornado siren for about $35,000. The matter is now in the hands of City Council’s…

Mayor seeks more funds for city streets

The city administration would like another $120,000 to spend on Kenton road improvements this year. Mayor Randy Manns presented a plan to City Council on Monday night which identifies sections…