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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…

HN teacher still enjoys job in his 48th year

HN teacher still enjoys job in his 48th year

DOLA — In his 42nd year of teaching math and science at Hardin Northern, Ken Fish is instructing grandchildren of students he had in years past, all in the very…

Fair board increases admission

The Hardin County Agricultural Society met Saturday at the fair office with 18 board members and several guests present. Mike Kleman moved to approve the minutes, seconded by Mark Garmon,…

Payne Chapel traces its roots to 1871

Payne Chapel traces its roots to 1871

Since its founding, Payne Chapel has been a spiritual home for members of the congregation and a beacon for the Hardin County church community. Its roots go back to days…

Kenton panel counters leachate proposal

The offer and counter-offer negotiations between Kenton and Hardin County concerning the city’s charge for treatment of leachate from the old county landfill continued late Friday afternoon. During a meeting…

Alliance recognizes trio for community contributions

Alliance recognizes trio for community contributions

Martin, Brim’s, Aktion Club honored ADA — Eight years ago, Donna Martin saw a need to help young people who were getting little assistance at home with their homework. Her…

Mt. Victory, Ridgemont water/sewer talks at stalemate

MOUNT VICTORY — Talks between the village of Mount Victory and Ridgemont Schools for a water/sewer hook-up proposal are at a stalemate. Mount Victory Mayor Laura Williams informed council that…

New bids for county dog shelter come in under revised estimate

Hardin County finally received some good news on plans for a new dog shelter. All four bids came in under the engineer’s estimate when opened Thursday morning by the county…

Growing valuation of Ridgemont district leads to reduced millages

RIDGEWAY — Ridgemont School District taxpayers are getting a little break on their taxes thanks to the growing valuation of the district. The school board approved an annual resolution accepting…