Kenton City Council’s Special Projects Committee will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 1 in the conference room at the Kenton Municipal Building to discuss grass ordinances.
TUESDAY, MAY 23
Kenton-Hardin Health Department Board – 7 p.m., health department
FOREST — Community First Bancshares, Inc., the holding company of Community First Bank, N.A. of Forest, Kenton and Upper Sandusky, held the annual stockholders meeting April 18 at the VFW Social Room in Forest.
There were 66 stockholders present.
Each year, the Midwest Regional Educational Service Center works closely with community businesses in providing services throughout the school year.
The Work Transition Program, supervised by Beth Burgbacher, job specialist, becomes partners with these community businesses as a job training site.
MONDAY, MAY 22
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
ALGER — There will be an Alger Park Committee meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 23 at the park’s Community Building.
THURSDAY, MAY 18
Ada Board of Education – 6 p.m., board office
TUESDAY, MAY 16
Ada council – 6:30 p.m., council chambers
MONDAY, MAY 15
Kenton Board of Education – 7 p.m., Kenton Elementary School; location changed for student presentations
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An Amish family is being given a month to move out of a barn or have site and soil evaluations conducted at his Dudley Township home.
The Kenton-Hardin Health Board on Tuesday night agreed to give Mervyn Petersheim until June 27 to conduct the tests after Petersheim failed to have the tests done or meet with the board to air his concerns.
The Mary Lou Johnson-Hardin County District Library in Kenton will be kicking off its summer reading program on June 5, with six weeks full of activities for children of all ages.
Each week of the summer reading program will feature its own theme and related activities.
As the opioid problems in Hardin County continue, a program to make medication to counter opioid overdoses more available to the public was approved Tuesday by the Kenton-Hardin Health Board.
For about two years, many local first responders have carried Naloxone to block the effects of opioids in an emergency situation.
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