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Amish countryside highlight of annual Buggy Ride

Amish countryside highlight of annual Buggy Ride

Hardin Leadership II is hosting its seventh annual Buggy Ride Bike Tour on Saturday, beginning and ending at McCullough Industries, 13047 CR 175, Kenton. The route, broken down into 5,…

Four resign from NOC board, but center still operating

There were only five board members attending Tuesday evening’s Neighborhood Opportunity Center board of trustees meeting. Four resignations from the board within a week have thinned out the group, which…

State auditor places Pattersn in fiscal emergency

Deficit fund balances, past due accounts payables and treasury deficits prompted Auditor of State Dave Yost on Tuesday to place the Village of Patterson in a state of fiscal emergency.…

Kenton council approves “Letson triangle” annexation

Kenton City Council approved the annexation of what has become known as the “Letson triangle” at its meeting Monday night to pave the way for city sewer service to the…

New levy has big impact on Ada School forecast

With the Ada community’s approval of a seven-year, .75 percent income tax increase, Ada School Treasurer Christy Beaschler’s words to the board were of cautious optimism. “We’re not out of…

Donations help pay for KPD’s new police dog

A few weeks after retiring its last police dog, the Kenton Police Department will be acquiring a new one this week. Chief John Vermillion said the dog, a German Shepherd,…

R’mont grad dies in kayaking accident

A former Hardin County resident died Saturday as a result of a kayaking accident on the Sandusky River near Upper Sandusky. Milton “Bill” Craig, 58, of Marion, was pronounced dead…

Kenton man gets 7 1/2 years in prison for drug offenses

A Kenton man was sent to prison for more than seven years after being convicted of drug-related charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor…

Charges dismissed in NOC theft case

Theft charges against a former worker at the Neighborhood Opportunity Center in Kenton were dismissed Wednesday just hours before she was scheduled to enter a change of plea. Judy Scott…

Ada voters approve school income tax levy

ADA — As Tuesday’s election grew nearer, Ada Superintendent Dr. Suzanne Darmer was feeling good about the prospects for the district’s .75 percent income tax levy, she said this morning.…