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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…

Kenton bridge repair, Ohio 81 work slated

Two road projects in Hardin County set to begin April 15 will require traffic detours, announced the Ohio Department of Transportation. In Kenton, U.S. 68 (South Detroit Street) over the…

R’mont, HN FFAs make top 10 list of state chapters

When the state FFA organization announces the top chapters in Ohio, it has become expected to see Ridgemont and Hardin Northern on the list. There are no surprises this year.…

KHs again named School of Promise

For the second consecutive year, Kenton High School was named a School of Promise by the Ohio Department of Education. There were 163 schools in the state which earned the…

Alger man sentenced to prison

An Alger man was sentenced to two years in prison after being convicted of a weapons charge in the Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor…