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Lakeview man critically injured in crash

ADA — A Lakeview man was critically injured Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle crash near Ada. Ralph J. Red, 25, was transported by LifeFlight helicopter to St. Rita’s Medical Center…

Ada bid accepted

ADA — At a special meeting Tuesday night, the Ada Village Council accepted a bid of $44,742.60 from Bluffton Paving to pave alleys within the village. According to Village Administrator…

Accident reported near Ada

ADA — An two-vehicle accident was reported early this morning at the intersection of Ohio 235 and County Road 60, south of Ada. One person was transported by LifeFlight for…

Ridgeway pleased with new sidewalks

RIDGEWAY — The village of Ridgeway has several new sidewalks this summer thanks to a Community Development Block Grant. Mayor Kevin Howland reported to council the        grant covered all the…

Red flag raised about city’s spending

Kenton City Council is getting ready to work on the city’s budget for 2014 with a warning from its Finance Committee chairman. Councilman Brian Hattery told City Council on Monday…

Two sent to prison in burglary, theft cases

A Kenton man was sent to prison for 17 months after being convicted of burglary charges. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Bradi Neil Hennison, 980 Meadow…

Youth rewarded with record grand sales and premiums at fair sale

It was another record-setting day Saturday for the Junior Fair Livestock Sale at the Hardin County Fair. Grand sales of all animals – which includes premiums paid to the youth…

Estimated county fair attendance tops 66,000

More than 66,000 people attended the Hardin County Fair, which concluded its six-day run on Sunday. According to figures from Nancy Motter, fair secretary/treasurer, the estimated weekly attendance was 66,696,…

Hardin County YMCA to offer classes by the month

When Hardin County Family YMCA participants return to classes after the fair, they will notice a change in how the classes are operated. No longer will the Y offer programs…

Weekend full of activities at the fair

There’s plenty to do at the Hardin County Fair this weekend which wraps up its six-day run Sunday night. People can join in or watch the bidding on animals at…