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Kentonite gets 60 days for thefts

A Kenton man was sentenced to 60 days in jail after being convicted of theft charges in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records…

Crash near Roundhead claims life of Ada woman

ROUNDHEAD — An Ada woman was killed in a three-vehicle accident on Ohio 117 north of Roundhead Wednesday afternoon. The victim was identified as Jennifer Shepherd, 46, according to information…

Lakeview motorcyclist injured after hitting dog

ROUNDHEAD — A Lakeview woman was injured when her motorcycle struck a dog near Roundhead Wednesday evening. According to information from the Findlay Post of the Ohio State Highway reports…

Gene Autry Days is history

Hardin County’s version of Gene Autry Days is riding off into the sunset. After marking its 20th anniversary in June the event is being discontinued, according to a joint announcement…

JFS aims to work more with families in child abuse cases

JFS aims to work more with families in child abuse cases

Hardin County Job and Family Services is hoping to reduce the stigma of investigations in child abuse cases by cooperating more with impacted families. Sonia Tillman, the Differentiated Response Coordinator…

R’way waits on Mt. Victory for sewer data

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgeway council unfortunately finds itself in a familiar dilemma – waiting for data from Mount Victory. Ridgeway’s centralized sewer system sends its collected waste to the neighboring…

Retired Dunkirk fire chief gets Distinguished Service Award

Retired Dunkirk fire chief gets Distinguished Service Award

SHARONVILLE — Retired Chief James B. Steele of the Northern Hardin County Fire District, Dunkirk, was awarded the Distinguished Service Award from the Ohio Fire Chief’s Association at its 2013…

Sisters keep busy with volunteer work in Forest

Sisters keep busy with volunteer work in Forest

FOREST — Sisters Kathy Cain and Karen Moore are always getting each other involved in different volunteer work around the Forest community. Cain is the oldest sibling, six years Moore’s…

Blue skies bring crowds for festival

Blue skies bring crowds for festival

The Immaculate Conception Church held its summer festival in Kenton Sunday afternoon.…

Ada Farmers and Merchants Picnic

Ada Farmers and Merchants Picnic

The 100th annual Farmers and Merchants Picnic was held Saturday in Ada.…