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Stearns, committee honored at Autry celebration

Stearns, committee honored at Autry celebration

The late Glen Stearns was honored Thursday during a ceremony at a  celebration commemorating the 75th anniversary of Gene Autry’s visit to the Kenton. During the celebration at the Gene…

Ada man placed on electronically monitored house arrest for assaults

An Ada man was sentenced to 60 days on electronically monitored house arrest instead of 20 days in jail after he was found guilty of two counts of assault in…

Mount Victory council pushes back utility decision for another month

MOUNT VICTORY — Members of the Mount Victory Village Council will have another month to consider an ordinance assessing minimum service charges for water and sewer services. The ordinance states…

Water leak uncovers other issues in Forest

FOREST — A water leak unearthed other problems with the system recently in Forest. Village Administrator Bob Bristoll told council Thursday what should have been a routine repair resulted in…

Findlay OHP opens subpost in Kenton

Findlay OHP opens subpost in Kenton

The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be increasing its visibility in Hardin County. Findlay Post Commander Lt. Matthew Meredith announced Wednesday the patrol will open a subpost in the BKP…

Activities set for Immaculate Conception Summer Festival

Activities set for Immaculate Conception Summer Festival

A Kenton festival that can trace it origins back more than 100 years returns this weekend. The Immaculate Conception Church Summer Festival will run 5:30-9:30 p.m. Saturday and 2:30-9:30 p.m.…

Ada learns of ‘Picnic in the Park’ success

ADA — The Restore Community Center in Ada kicked off its Picnic in the Park program for school-age children earlier this summer and it has turned out to be a…

Latta learns how fed funds benefit county

Latta learns how fed funds benefit county

U.S. Representative Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, was given a personal tour of Hardin County Monday and discussed projects and concerns with the county’s elected officials. Latta said such visits keep…

Family’s donation will help library’s low-vision patrons continue to read

Family’s donation will help library’s low-vision patrons continue to read

Thanks to the Whitaker family’s donation, vision-impaired patrons of the Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library in Kenton will be able to continue to enjoy reading their favorite material. Kenton…

Dunkirk tornado siren to be installed

DUNKIRK — Dunkirk should soon have a working tornado siren again. Village Superintendent Paul Cramer told council during its regular meeting Monday night, that on Wednesday a hole will be…