TUESDAY, NOV. 4
Ada council – 6:30 p.m., council chambers
A ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house was conducted Saturday at the new Hardin County Dog Kennels in Kenton.
Jennifer M. Musson has been promoted to Vice President of Branch Operations – Main Office at Quest Federal Credit Union.
Dan King, Jeremy Schreck and Tom Keiffer, members of the staff at Peacock Water, have successfully completed the professional service seminar at Kineti-co’s Service Academy, the training arm of Kinetico Inc., New-bury, Ohio.
SATURDAY, NOV. 1
Hardin County Board of Elections – 10 a.m., board office, courthouse; special meeting to distribute poll worker supplies and discuss anything else that comes before the board.
SATURDAY, NOV. 1
Hardin County Board of Elections – 10 a.m., board office, courthouse; special meeting to distribute poll worker supplies and discuss items that come before the board.
TUESDAY, OCT. 28
Kenton-Hardin Health Department Board – 7 p.m., health department
MONDAY, OCT. 27
Kenton City Council – 7 p.m., chambers
The Lima Memorial Kenton Medical Center opened for business earlier this week. The family practice offers lab services, ten exam rooms and a radiology department.
Chantel Cornell joined Hardin County Hospice in April of this year as the chaplain and bereavement coordinator.
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The polar bears, Eskimos and winter scenes which made Fred Machetanz an internationally recognized artist are commonly identified in his work.
But the Kenton native created a special painting for his secretary, which until recently could only have been viewed in her Kenton home.
MOUNT VICTORY — The Ridgemont Board of Education is considering implementing a random and mandatory drug testing program for athletes and drivers beginning with the 2017-2018 school year.
Kyle Prueter of Great Lakes Biomedical outlined the program at the board’s monthly meeting on Thursday.
Over the past two weeks, the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office and the Kenton Police Department have received several reports of counterfeit $20 bills circulating.
This past weekend the sheriff’s office received a report of a red Mitsubishi occupied by two males and one female in the area attempting to purchase Amish goods with the counterfeit $20 bills.
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