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Kenton sisters have successful careers after earning GEDs

Kenton sisters have successful careers after earning GEDs

Thirty years ago, four sisters who grew up in Kenton agreed to earn their GED  diplomas together. It was a turning point in their lives. Since then, the women have…

Retiring HN teacher eyes coaching return

Retiring HN teacher eyes coaching return

DOLA — In 2009, Pete Brunow resigned as the head coach of the Hardin Northern football team. With a state championship prize in the trophy case, Brunow said walking away…

Commissioners to review grandstand bids

Three bids to repair the grandstands at the Hardin County Fairgrounds were received Thursday by the county commissioners. The lowest estimate to seal the floor of the seating area was…

Workers who lost jobs in Kenton learn of openings at Whirlpool

Workers who lost jobs in Kenton learn of openings at Whirlpool

Even as many of the 85 former workers from Plastic Systems were going to the Hardin County Job and Family Services offices in Kenton for assistance Monday, the agency was…

Retiring USV teachers will miss moment when students ‘get it’

Retiring USV teachers will miss moment when students ‘get it’

McGUFFEY — Three teachers, Charles Renner, Connie Dyer and Cindy Bridenbach, are retiring from Upper Scioto Valley this spring. While each of them is looking to different futures, they all…

Dunkirk woman sent to prison

A Dunkirk woman was sent to prison for 30 months as a result of two trespassing offenses. According to court records from Prosecutor Brad Bailey’s office, Heather Ann Klingler was…

R’mont FFA gets $10,000 grant to connect with local businesses

R’mont FFA gets $10,000 grant to connect with local businesses

RIDGEWAY — The Ridgemont FFA has received a $10,000 grant from The Ohio State University’s CARES program through OSU Extension which is expected to strengthen the connection between the chapter…

City eyes ways to control high grass and costs

In an effort to curb costs and cut back on the amount of time the process takes, Kenton City Council may soon be acting to crack down a little harder…

Wet clay stalls work on Ada street project

ADA — Wet clay beneath Lima Avenue in Ada is stunting the progress of the street project, Village Administrator Jim Meyer said at the Ada Village Council meeting Tuesday evening.…

KPD chief says scam targets elderly

The Kenton Police Department has received several phone calls within the past two days regarding attempts to scam elderly residents in the city and surrounding areas. Chief John Vermillion said…