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Ben Logan students honored for pictures about engineering

Ben Logan students honored for pictures about engineering

­ BELLEFONTAINE — Three Benjamin Logan Elementary second graders have been recognized for their pictures about what engineering means to them in a contest sponsored by the Ohio Society of…

Kentonite needs surgery in California to treat rare breathing disorder

Kentonite needs surgery in California to treat rare breathing disorder

For several years, Ken Long has fought a rare disease which leaves him fatigued and fighting for his breath. The Kenton man has taken medication to fight what doctors have…

Skate park, archery range, disc golf among ideas for Wharton Park

Proposed improvements to Wharton Park were outlined at the Kenton Parks and Recreation Board meeting Tuesday afternoon. Becky Potts, the city’s economic development contractor, was asked to put together a…

Ada High’s Winterguard wins state championship

Ada High’s Winterguard wins state championship

  ADA — The Ada High School Winterguard won the Ohio Indoor Performance Association state championship in the Scholastic A division on Saturday at Wapakoneta. The Ada Winterguard performs a…

Kenton, YMCA reach pool operations accord

Kenton City Council gave an initial reading to a new management and operations agreement for the Hardin County Family YMCA to run the city swimming pool for the 2013 season.…

Police put Espy on lockdown

Students at Espy Elementary School in Kenton were under a lockdown for a short time just prior to dismissal Monday afternoon when a suspicious subject believed to have a firearm…

Cost of operating sewer system in McGuffey is creating fiscal burden

McGUFFEY — The costs of operating a sewer plant in McGuffey has become a fiscal burden to the village. Clerk Sandi McKinley told council Monday overtime and electric costs are…

Strength in fiscal world helps leader of county’s Job and Family Services

Strength in fiscal world helps leader of county’s Job and Family Services

The sunrises over rural Hardin County makes Barb Maxson’s daily trip from Wapakoneta to Kenton worth the while. Each day, Maxson, director and fiscal officer of Hardin County Job and…

Exchange student plan to assist Harco program

Exchange student plan to assist Harco program

Area foreign exchange students will     sponsor a dinner next weekend to raise  money for Harco Industries and share the cultures of their home countries with the community. The idea developed…

Bailey tells Farm Bureau Amish uncooperative with local health board

The Amish issue involving the Kenton-Hardin Health Department was the reverberating topic at the Hardin County Farm Bureau policy development breakfast and meeting Friday morning. The Farm Bureau heard from…