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Hardin sheriff to chair state panel

Hardin sheriff to chair state panel

Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart has been appointed chairman of the statewide Uniform and Car Marking Commission (UCMC). The UCMC is a stand-alone commission appointed by Gov. John Kasich to…

Amish, health officials work to resolve water, sewer issues

Following a meeting between the three Amish families impacted by recent legal action, the Kenton-Hardin Health Department and the Ohio Department of Health, the three groups seem to be working…

Judge ‘moving forward’ on state drug court program

Hardin County Common Pleas Judge Scott N. Barrett told county commissioners Tuesday he is “aggressively moving forward” with plans to participate in a state drug court program. Hardin is the…

Alger woman gets community control

An Alger woman was placed on community control for two years after being found guilty of theft charges in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor…

Few candidates as deadline nears

Only a few candidates have filed so far for the positions available in November’s general election in Hardin County. Candidates have until 4 p.m. on Aug. 7 to return their…

Kenton Elementary on schedule despite weather

Kenton Elementary on schedule despite weather

Progress continues to be made on construction of the new Kenton Elementary School, despite work stoppages caused by heavy rain earlier this month and last week’s 90-degree temperatures. Dan Shockey,…

Riverdale looks to save money with lighting changes

MOUNT BLANCHARD — Ray Robinson of HEAT presented an energy savings plan to the Riverdale Board of Education for its consideration during Monday evening’s regular meeting. HEAT has worked with…

Hardin County Hospice plans party to mark first 25 years

Hardin County Hospice plans party to mark first 25 years

This weekend Hardin County Hospice will celebrate its 25th year with a party in honor of the families it has served and in recognition of the community that supports it.…

Mexican mom who was an exchange student sends son to live with Ohio family

Mexican mom who was an exchange student sends son to live with Ohio family

ROUNDHEAD — When Adriana Ortiz Armendariz was 16, she spent one year as an exchange student in Hardin County with the Skip and Sandy Shepherd family at their McDonald Township…

Ada still unsure of state funds for district

ADA — With House Bill 59 comes the change in formula for determining state funding to schools, from the Bridge Formula in fiscal year 2013 to per pupil basic aid…