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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…

Business grooms and boards dogs

Business grooms and boards dogs

FOREST — Peg’s Kennel & Klips, 14958 CR 10, Forest, offers dog owners a clean and happy K-9. Located three miles east off U.S. 68, Peg Thames, with the help…

Barrett, Christopher named to county judicial openings

Barrett, Christopher named to county judicial openings

Scott Barrett was named to fill the vacancy on the Hardin County Common Pleas Court bench and Steve Christopher has been appointed to be judge of the juvenile/probate division of…

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…

Recycling road materials to save Ada $43K on project

ADA — By using recycled materials for an upcoming streets project, Ada will be saving itself $43,000. The village council, at Tuesday night’s regular meeting, approved a resolution accepting the…

Police: Ada man went to bar, left infant at home

ADA — The Ada Police Department has arrested a man who left his infant child home while he went to the local bar. According to a press release from the…