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Center director thought he had authority to take food; case continued

Byrd “B.J.” Hall was set to plead guilty to a first degree petty theft charge Monday in Hardin County Common Pleas Court after reaching a plea agreement. But confusion arose…

Dunkirk wants to take back alley overrun with garbage

DUNKIRK — The east side of Pioneer Street in Dunkirk has become a mess and has claimed one of the village’s alleys. Dunkirk Superintendent Paul Cramer told council at its…

Alger: Now’s the time to clean up town

ALGER — The Alger Village Council is thinking spring. And with spring it means it time to think cleanup. The council passed third reading of an ordinance clarifying the village’s…

Theft suspect

Theft suspect

The Kenton Police Department is looking for information on a suspect involved in a theft that occurred at Ace Hardware in Kenton last week. People who recognize the suspect are…

Hospice social worker, counselor enjoys helping families

Hospice social worker, counselor enjoys helping families

Hardin County Hospice social worker and bereavement counselor Aspinwall Aspinwall enjoys helping her patients’ families navigate through and solve problems and issues they may face. What are typically two separate…

Hardin Co. Players to present ‘Odd Couple…Female Version’

Hardin Co. Players to present ‘Odd Couple…Female Version’

The Hardin County Players will present a twist on a well-know play. Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple … Female Version” will be staged by the local theatrical group next weekend…

HN to stage ‘Into the Woods Jr.’

HN to stage ‘Into the Woods Jr.’

DOLA — Hardin Northern School will be presenting “Into the Woods Junior” from Friday, April 5 to Sunday, April 7. The April 5 and 6 shows will be at 7:30…

Last Ridgeway class wants special case for school bell

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgeway High School class of 1963 is starting a fund to create a special display case for the former Grassy Point school bell. Jim Hill and Paul…

Ada hires football coach

Ada hires football coach

ADA — Ada officially has its new football coach. The Ada Board of Education, during a special meeting on Wednesday night, approved Bob Olwin as the school’s head football coach.…

Kenton announces cleanup plans

Kenton’s annual spring cleanup is planned April 15-18 in front of the livestock buildings at the Hardin County Fairgrounds, announced Safety Service Director Jim Hites. Again this year the city…