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Providing educational information helps Homemakers to continue

Providing educational information helps Homemakers to continue

Their numbers are down, but members of the Hardin County Homemakers believe the educational information provided through their clubs is just as important as always. Marking their 65th anniversary this…

Mt. Victory, R’mont reach utilities accord for new school

MOUNT VICTORY — The Village of Mount Victory and Ridgemont Board of Education reached a water and sewer service agreement for the new preK-12 school at Thursday night’s council meeting.…

Weather spotters ready to report on area storms

Weather spotters ready to report on area storms

The National Weather Service (NWS) now has another 40 sets of eyes to keep it abreast of serve weather conditions in Hardin County. About 40 area residents were trained as…

Kentonite gets community control for three convictions

A Kenton man was placed on community control after being convicted of charges in a case heard in Hardin County Common Pleas Court. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad…

35 warrants served in drug roundup

The Hardin County Crime Task Force conducted its third drug roundup Wednesday. As of noon, 35 of about 40 warrants had been served throughout the county. According to records from…

Hardin ESC merging with Shelby, Logan

The Shelby, Logan and Hardin County Educational Service Centers (ESCs) are merging and creating The Midwest Regional Educational Service Center. The merger, approved at a meeting Tuesday, will take effect…

Kenton’s Blanchard House gets high marks in survey

Kenton’s Blanchard House this week earned a spot in the top 25 for Ohio residential care facilities with a score of 97.83 in the 2013 Long-Term Care Resident Satisfaction Survey.…

Water meters detect likely leaks in Alger

ALGER — For several years village officials in Alger have thought the amount of water they were treating for customers in the village was too high. But since residents paid…

Fee’s money laundering case moves to Common Pleas Court

Barbara “Bobbie” Fee waived her right to a preliminary hearing in Hardin County Municipal Court on Monday and her case was turned over to Common Pleas Court. Fee, a longtime…

Hardin Northern wants to improve softball field at Dunkirk’s park

DUNKIRK — Hardin Northern Superintendent Doug Roberts relayed some concerns with Dunkirk’s softball field at Monday night’s regular council meeting. Roberts informed council that some parents of Hardin Northern softball…