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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.…

KMS Dimensions prepares for new show choir season

KMS Dimensions prepares for new show choir season

The 2013-14 Kenton Middle School Dimensions’ show for this year is titled “Music Makes the World Go Round.” The show choir, which completed its week-long camp on Friday, is under…

Sells gets 12 years in prison for ‘terror inflicted on community’

Sells gets 12 years in prison for ‘terror inflicted on community’

Aaron Sells had a limited formal education. He takes medication for mental illnesses and is a follower, not the “ringleader” of a burglary ring, as the public thinks. At least…

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…