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Newly-appointed judges speak at GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner

Newly-appointed judges speak at GOP’s Lincoln Day Dinner

Two men who are to be sworn in as judges in Hardin County later this month were introduced at the local GOP’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner in Kenton Sunday evening.…

Black shares love of art with children

Black shares love of art with children

Jan Black always wanted to be an art teacher. As the assistant teacher in the preschool program at the First United Methodist Church in Kenton, she gets the opportunity to…

Tree of knowledge taking shape at Ada Public Library

Tree of knowledge taking shape at Ada Public Library

ADA — A new tree of knowledge is blooming just outside the director’s office window at the Ada Public Library. It is located in the section of the library which…

County finalizes plans for new dog shelter

The new Hardin County Dog Shelter will be constructed just to the west of the current building on Jones Road in Kenton, with the old shelter to be demolished upon…

Dunkirk drug dealer gets more prison time

A convicted drug dealer from Dunkirk had more time added to his prison term Thursday morning during a hearing in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. Robert Bowermaster, 54, of 391…

Man caught with heroin

The Hardin County Task Force observed a drug transaction on Cherry Street near Franklin Street in Kenton Tuesday which resulted in a man being found with 161 hits of heroin.…

Kenton High School to present ‘The Music Man’

Kenton High School to present ‘The Music Man’

“The Music Man” will be presented by the Kenton High School Vocal Music Department this weekend at the Kenton Middle School auditorium. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and…

Brown offers plan to cut federal deficit, lower prescription drug costs

Brown offers plan to cut federal deficit, lower prescription drug costs

U.S Senator Sherrod Brown held a conference call with members of the media Wednesday afternoon to outline a plan he says would reduce the federal deficit while lowering prescription drug…

Alger clerks may be off the hook to repay overpayments

ALGER — The state attorney general’s office said Alger Fiscal Officer Ramona Mahoney and Board of Public Affair Clerk Chris Donnal are the ones responsible for mistakenly overpaying council members…

Treasurer’s job keeps Ribley in school setting

Treasurer’s job keeps Ribley in school setting

MOUNT BLANCHARD — It’s been a long time since Jodie Ribley graduated from Upper Scioto Valley High School, but she has never left the school setting. Ribley, an Alger native…